If you grew up in Southie, most likely you knew Miss Harriet. She was the friendly, fashionable and sassy preschool teacher down the L. Touching hundreds of families’ lives, Harriet Sylvestri was the face of the City of Boston funded preschool- "Tiny Tots." With style and grace,
When Donny Higgins was a boy, like many Southie kids, he spent hours down the Murphy Rink playing hockey or just enjoying public skating. During the summer months, when the rink was closed, Donny and his friends would play street hockey.
Sister Louise Kearns, SND and Sister Jean Sullivan, SND, have been improving our community by making it stronger, healthier and more vibrant, one family at a time. In 1974, the sisters founded Julie’s Family Learning Program to help women and children transform their lives
Pam Santorelli is a South Boston business pioneer. Opening her boutique Habit on East Broadway almost nine years ago, Pam had the insight to see that Southie was on the cusp of an influx of new residents - fashionable residents. "I always
Imagine running for an entire work day. For the full eight hours, you just run. Sounds crazy, right? Well, Rick Coyne is doing just that. On Saturday, March 7th he will run from the Cape Cod Canal to Fish Bones at Marina Bay in Quincy - 50
Building a strong foundation for the families of South Boston is a goal of the Family Engagement Program at the South Boston Neighborhood House. The two women behind this program are Sarah Ryan - social worker and director of family engagement and Cheryl Itri - director of early education and care