Edwards Opposed to New Hotel in North End

A proposed 134-room hotel in Boston’s North End is drawing objections from City Councilor Lydia Edwards, who says the 80,824-square-foot project would erase the neighborhood’s benefits from the removal of the elevated Central Artery.

Fair Housing Struggles Far from Over

Boston should add new enforcement clout to its fair housing policies as vulnerable populations contend with higher-than-ever roadblocks to keeping roofs over their heads, concludes a report culminating a three-year study of local conditions.

Sanders Weighs in on Suffolk Downs Affordability

As Super Tuesday and the Massachusetts Democratic presidential primary looms in his campaign’s windshield, candidate Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders took to twitter to say he “stands with” community groups seeking to halt plans to redevelop Suffolk Downs.