Mattapan In The News

Mattapan in the News is where you can locate information about what is currently happening in Mattapan that is positively affecting the community, making Mattapan a place for all residents to be prideful of.

 

Mattapan Square in line for $500,000 upgrade! 

 

 

Mattapan United hosts community assembly around gentrification and what it means for the people and community of Mattapan!

Boston PD joins Vibrant Boston adn the Boston Public Health Commission in developing Youth Peer Leaders by hosting Teen Cafe events! 

Boston Children's Hospital works with the Mattapan Community!


School panel OK's Mattahunt Shutdown; activist scolds legislators

 

Walking the Neponset Greenway with thoughts of spring in mind

 

River Street condo proposal met with resistance at public meeting

 

Residents launch petition drive against Cote Village project


Demolition crew work to dismantle old police station on Morton Street making way for the reconstruction of the Morton Street Bridge. 

 

Charles Yancey 27th annual Book Fair held Saturday, July 6th.

 

Mattapan United contract lays out new initiatives for neighborhood

 

State Representative Linda Dorcena Forry wins state senate seat

 

Mattapan residents gather to discuss greenway project on Edgewater Drive. 

 

Mattapan residents gather together to discuss more green and open spaces in community.

 

Old Mattapan Library will be on the market soon for sale.

 

Mattapan Residents Raises Money For Project Bread.

 

Mattapan Square welcomes new coffee shop to the neighborhood.

 

Mattapan’s Mattahunt Wheelock Partnership Community Center will soon develop a college and career readiness program. 

 

Youth are given the opportunity to participate in this year's Mayor Youth's Council. 

 

Gov. Deval Patrick uses transportation projects in Dorchester and Mattapan to pitch tax-hike plans to lawmakers and members of the public.

 

DCR plans for Mattapan T stop trail house

 

What Mattapan United has done for the community thus far and its next steps

 

The AAUA recognizes Wheelock College for their work revitalizing the Mattahunt

 

Mattapan Square Main Streets and initiatives for Mattapan

 

Young boy from Mattapan who changes his life through the use of rap.

 

Boston Redevelopment Authority's Fairmount Indigo Planning Initiative.