DORCHESTER – Jack Doherty and his team at College Hype has teamed up with famed radio host Greg Hill and his foundation to create shirts to support the recovery of AJ Quetta, a varsity hockey player for Bishop Feehan High School who was seriously injured during a game. On January 26, 2021, AJ crashed, head first, into the boards during his game against Pope Francis in Springfield. He was taken off the ice on a…

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QUINCY — Our friend Cody Huntington hit the streets in Quincy to photograph the peaceful protest following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, MN, and the subsequent demonstrations against police brutality and injustice against people of color. Here is Cody’s report: “The past week has been incredibly difficult for many, but today I found a small glimpse of hope for our future. Today, a candlelight vigil was held in my city of Quincy, MA,…

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SOUTH BOSTON — The crew at Doughboy Donuts is not fooling around when it comes to public health. The photo above is a sign on the front door. Wear a mask or go someplace else for your coffee. (On a side note, we’d do whatever they told us just to get one of those cinnamon raisin crullers. They are THAT good.) Photos by Bill Brett

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Boston Mayor Marty Walsh with Boston Globe Managing Director Linda Pizzuti Henry, and Henry Richard. PHOTO BY BILL BRETT FENWAY — More than 300 guests attended the kickoff party to support the Boston Marathon team running to raise money for the Martin Richard Foundation, named for the 8-year-old Dorchester resident who was the youngest person killed in the Boston Marathon bomb blasts in 2013. Martin’s father, Bill, reiterated that this is the last year the…

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