Neighborhood Network News: 2/28/19

We begin tonight with local opposition to a fare increase on the M-B-T-A. According to the Boston Herald, there was opposition at a public meeting last night, and in a letter from top aides to Mayor Walsh.

Boston Police are asking for information about a suspect in what they say was the kidnapping of a twenty-three year-old woman. Jassy Correia was last seen early Sunday, after leaving a nightclub in downtown Boston in the company of a man.

Family members of a woman fatally struck by a car in West Roxbury are calling for traffic changes along Centre street. Marilyn Wentworth was killed while trying to cross the street on February fifth.

Interview with the Chancellor of UMass Dartmouth, Robert Johnson, and a UMass trustee, also executive director of The Parenting Journey, Imari Paris Jeffries.

Original Air Date: 
Feb 28, 2019