Boston’s historic downtown made a big impression on Irish tourists Mike and Brenda O’Brien.
“Our first trip to your lovely city was a revelation to us. The clean & tidy city is so easy to navigate (afte... Read More
They’ve removed more than 3,500 graffiti tags and stickers, power-washed countless wads of gum from the sidewalks, returned $4,000 in lost paychecks and given thousands of directions to tourists.
The 30 “ambassa... Read More
In five months on the job, the Downtown Boston Business Improvement District says it has hauled away 32,000 pounds of trash and removed 1,500 graffiti sites. It has organized art displays, jazz performances, ca... Read More
Katie Maraqa loves her job and appreciates the people she works with. As she walked up Winter Street toward Boston Common on Tuesday morning, she paused to say hello to two co-workers cleaning the window of Jewelry Plus with Windex and a squeegee. Read the rest of the article from the Boston Globe.
Inside a cramped conference room on Arch Street, Steve Brookes plotted the rebirth of downtown Boston. Read the Rest of the Article from the BOSTON GLOBE by clicking HERE.