Kenny Uong, who traveled to the event by train early Saturday morning from Providence, Rhode Island, poses with his scooter in front of the large Roxbury sign at the intersection of Dudley Street and Blue Hill Avenue welcoming folks to the Open Streets event. “I really love Open Streets — it’s a really great way to explore the neighborhoods in a car-free way,” said Uong.


A man pushing a stroller along a narrow sidewalk on a bridge with an old stone masonry railing. Next to him is a wide asphalt highway lane where a large blue pickup truck is driving. In the distance is a brick-clad apartment tower peeking above leafy trees.

Safety Advocates Set Their Sights On Medford’s Mystic Mess

On Wednesday evening, street safety advocates from WalkMedford will host their State House delegation for a “Walk and Talk” event along the Mystic Valley Parkway to discuss ways to reclaim their riverfront parkland from the fields of asphalt that have paved over acres of the city’s riverfront. Organizers envision the walk as a companion event […]