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A Spotlight on Opiods

Mayor Marty Walsh starts an initiative, Fighting Addiction in the Hub ("FAITH") to rally more support for steps to address the opioid cris. The report is on the forum hald November 13 at IBEW Hall in Dorchester.


Raise Eyed for Airport Workers

Service workers at Logan Airport get some help in their push for higher pay. A bill raising their minimum wage to $15 an hour has been filed by State Senator Sal DiDomenico and State Rep. Adrian Madaro. See report on the rally for the workers' campaign on November 12.



Boston Solidarity with Paris

Outside the French consulate in the Back Bay, people in Boston express condolences for those shaken by the terrorist attacks last night in Paris. A public gathering organized by the consulate has been scheduled for November 15, 12 noon, on Boston Common.


Gains for Women in City Council Vote

In a low-turnout election, Andrea Joy Campbell and Annissa Essaibi-George force out two longtime members of the Boston City Coucnil, Charles Yancey and Steve Murphy. See election day report

Mayor Bans Gun Replicas

Mayor Marty Walsh signs an ordinance passed by the City Council to ban gun replicas in Boston's public areas.


The signing, at 12th Baptist Church in Roxbury, follows the seizure of 153 replica guns by the Boston Police. See report on the signing, followed by an interview with one of the supporters of the ban, the associate pastor of Azusa Christian Community, Rev. Mark V. Scott.