Neighborhood Network News: 10/11/18

Our top story: an advisory group recommends new opportunities for Black students, workers, and business people. Community members appointed by Governor Baker called for giving high school students more pathways to college and careers, along with hiring of more Black teachers.

The Boston Globe reports a candidate for Suffolk County District was accused of making threats against his ex-wife and her father. The allegations were made in two thousand fourteen, when Johnna Powell sought a restraining order against Michael Maloney.

The City Council's reviewing plans to spend one hundred million dollars for parks and housing.
The money was given to the city by developers of the new high-rise complex at Winthrop Square.

Interview with Monica Cannon-Grant, Community Activist.

Original Air Date: 
Oct 11, 2018