ARCHIVED PRESS (2012-2019)



4/17/19 The Daily Free Press Nyah Jordan “City Council resolves to support Green New Deal

4/16/19 CommonWealth Carter Wilkie “Reforming capitalism to save it

4/15/19 Politico Stephanie Murray “NEAL’S Tax Day — MARATHON Monday — TRAHAN’s loophole — Boston’s OTHER housing crisis”

4/16/19 South Coast Today Chris Lisinski “Some still not satisfied after Baker ups home heating aid

4/12/19 WGBH Tina Martin “The Seaport District Is Growing, But It’s Missing Basic Services

4/12/19 Up to Boston Adrien Lynch “What’s the Situation for Airbnb in Boston?

4/12/19 North End Waterfront Sara Brown “Boston City Council Supports Green New Deal

4/11/19 Boston Magazine Ellen Gerst “Boston City Council Votes to Support Green New Deal”

4/10/19 Boston.com Christopher Gavin “‘The climate crisis is here now’: The Green New Deal gets Boston City Council support”

4/10/19 WGBH David S. Bernstein “2019 Boston City Council Race Sets Stage For 2021 Mayor’s Contest”

4/10/19 Boston Globe Matt Stout “In Baker-Rollins spat, how are the players faring?”

4/10/19 Boston Informer “‘The climate crisis is here now:’ The Green New Deal gets Boston City Council support

4/9/19 Jamaica Plain News David Ertischek “Matt O’Malley is Boston’s Environmental City Councilor

4/8/19 WGBH Saraya Wintersmith “Rollins: ‘What You’re Not Going To Do Is Disrespect This Office’”

4/13/19 Dorchester Reporter Ward 15 Dems to hear from council candidates

4/8/19 MassLive Jacqueline Tempera “Suffolk DA Rachael Rollins says attacks on her decline to prosecute policy are based in sexism at Dorchester rally

4/7/19 Sampan “Massachusetts Democrats host second annual Chinatown banquet

4/6/19 Universal Hub Adam Gaffin “Minority elected officials support DA Rollins

4/7/18 Boston Herald Taylor Pettaway “Hundreds rally in support of Rachael Rollins”

4/7/19 Bay State Banner Yawu Miller “Rollins, Baker administration spar over policy”

4/2/19 The Daily Free Press Joel Lau “City councilor files order regarding noise levels in Boston”

4/1/19 New York Times Danny Hakim, Roni Caryn Rabin and William K. Rashbaum “Lawsuits Lay Bare Sackler Family’s Role in Opioid Crisis”

3/20/19 Good Food Purchasing Program, Taylor Billings “Boston City Council Passes Landmark Food Justice Policy”

3/27/19 Karen Morales Bay State Banner “Council hears case for transfer tax”

3/26/19 Adrian Walker Boston Globe “Riding the 28 bus — the line that connects Boston’s neighborhoods. Or should”

3/25/19 Wicked Local Roslindale “City Council passes ‘Good Foods Purchasing’ program ordinance”  

3/25/19 Joel Lau The Daily Free Press  “City adopts ethical food purchasing standards”  

3/24/19 Mia Cathell The Daily Free Press “Proposed ordinance would give voter registration forms to tenants”  

3/24/19 Sara Brown North End Waterfront “Council Wants Landlords to Help New Residents Vote”  

3/21/19 Sampan “City Council passes Good Foods Purchasing Program Ordinance”  

3/21/19 Christopher Gavin Boston.com “Boston City Council rejects proposal to let public petition for hearings”  

3/20/19 Taylor Billings Good Food Purchasing “Boston City Council Passes Landmark Food Justice Policy”  

3/20/19 Adam Gaffin Universal Hub “Boston City Council decides it doesn’t want to deal with people with petitions”  

3/20/19 Christopher Gavin Boston.com “Boston City Council proposal: Landlords should provide leases (and voter registration, too)”

3/20/19 Andrea Germanos Common Dreams “Boston City Council Passes Groundbreaking Food Justice Ordinance”

3/20/19 Paris Martineau “Inside Airbnb’s guerilla war against local governments

3/19/19 Jon Chesto Boston Globe “Boston makes its move into electricity purchasing for its residents and businesses”  

3/18/19 Bruce Mohl CommonWealth Magazine “Is consensus emerging on what MBTA needs?”  

3/17/19 Steve LeBlanc Leominster Champion “On Beacon Hill, talk again turns to transportation revenue”  

3/15/19 The Lowell Sun “Editorial: Increased fares can’t be only solution to ‘T’ funding”

3/14/19 Yanxi Liu Spare Change News “MBTA raises fares despite public opposition”

3/14/19 Christopher Gavin Boston.com “Two Boston city councilors want to make the Route 28 Bus free. Here’s why.”

3/14/19 Sentinel and Enterprise “Increased fares can’t be only solution to ‘T’ funding”

3/13/19 Chris Lisinski Wicked Local Westford “Westford 495 MBTA Commuter riders will see a hike in pricing”

3/13/19 Chris Lisinski Wicked Local Littleton “Littleton/Route 495 MBTA Commuter riders will see a hike in pricing”

3/13/19 Christopher Gavin Boston.com “Boston’s Seaport doesn’t have a school, library, or police and fire stations. City councilors want to change that.”

3/13/19 Bloomberg “Baystate Business: College Admissions Scandal (Radio)”

3/11/19 Adam Gaffin Universal Hub “Subway, commuter-rail fares to go up, but bus rides will cost the same”

3/12/19 Sean Philip Cotter Boston Herald/Union Leader New Hampshire “MBTA approves rail, subway fare hikes; spares bus and discount programs”

3/11/13 Steve LeBlanc Milford Daily News “MBTA control board votes to hike fares”

3/13/19 Joyce Ferriabough Bolling Boston Herald “Grant to help City Council serve diverse community”

3/12/19 WCVB Wicked Local Arlington “MBTA Approves Fare Hikes”

3/13/19 Sean Philip Cotter Mass Transit “MA: T approves fare hike, spares bus and discount programs”

3/12/19 Chris Lisinski The Patriot Ledger “MBTA to increase train fares in July”

3/10/19 Cameron Sperance Widett Circle “Boston wants to cash in on the real estate centerpiece of its olympic blunder”

3/12/19 Steve LeBlanc Lowell Sun “MBTA hikes commuter rail, subway fares”

3/12/19 Michelle Williams Mass Live “MBTA votes to approve fare hike for T”

3/11/19 Sean Philip Cotter Boston Herald “T approves fare hike, spares bus and discount programs”

3/11/19 Boston 25 “MBTA control board votes to hike fares, but exempts bus fares”

3/11/19 Patch Jenna Fisher “MBTA Approves Fare Increase Proposal”

3/11/19 Sara Congi WCVB 5 “MBTA Fiscal and Management Control Board approves proposed fare hikes”

3/11/19 CommonWealth Bruce Mohl “Osgood details mayor’s transportation initiatives”

3/11/19 Mass Transit Sean Philip Cotter “MA: Pushback continues on proposed MBTA fare hike”

3/11/19 Sera Congi WCVB 5 “MBTA Fiscal and Management Control Board approves proposed fare hikes”

3/11/19 The Tufts Daily Noah Richter “Tisch College, Generation Citizen host discussion on youth empowerment in politics”

3/9/19 Lynn Journal “Proposed ‘T’ Hikes Meet With Outcry from Commuters, Elected Officials”

3/10/19 Boston Herald Sean Philip Cotter “Pushback continues on proposed MBTA fare hike”

3/8/19 WGBH Linda Polach “Mar. 8: Next Week at the BPL Studio”

3/8/19 Next City Sandra Larson “Boston City Councilors Eye Pension Fund Divestment, Reinvestment”

3/7/19 Dorchester Reporter Chris Lisinski “City councillors press for hearing on MBTA payments”

3/7/19 Dorchester Reporter Yukun Zhang “Michelle Wu’s latest campaign push: Fare-free MBTA”

3/7/19 The Boston Globe Robin Washington “If the T’s goal is efficiency, make fares free”

3/4/19 Boston University News Service Anastasia Lennon “Public expresses concerns about accessibility, environment at latest MBTA fare hearing”

3/4/19 The Heights Jack Miller “MBTA Hosts Public Hearing on Planned Fare Hike”

3/5/19 WCVB 5 Chris Lisinski “MBTA board member opposed to fare hike proposal, offers alternatives for raising revenue”

3/5/18 Boston Business Journal Chris Lisinski “MBTA board member says transit agency may be leaning too hard on riders”

3/5/19 North End Waterfront Amanda Stoll “Reader Poll: Should MBTA Prices Be Raised, Lowered, or Stay the Same?”

3/5/19 Sampan Valerie Sizhe Li “MBTA proposed fare hike faces backlash from commuters”

3/5/19 The Metrowest Daily News Chris Lisinski “T’ board member says MBTA may be leaning too hard on riders to fund public transit”

3/6/19 Boston.com Yawu Miller “Why is BPS transferring property to the city?”

3/6/19 Bay State Banner Karen Morales “Elected officials blast planned MBTA fare hikes”

3/6/19 Bay State Banner Trea Lavery “Councilors press city on investments”

3/6/19 East Boston Times Free Press John Lynds “Rep. Madaro, Boston Delegation, City Council Oppose MBTA Fare Hike”

3/3/19 Rockland Standard Chris Lisinski “MBTA fare hikes slammed at Boston Hearing”

2/28/19 Politico Stephanie Murray “Baker and Kissinger at MIT — Satanic Temple vs. City Council — Cohen hearing highlights”

2/28/19 Boston Magazine Spencer Buelle “AriZona Iced Tea and an Argument Against Raising MBTA Fares”

3/1/19 WGBH Bob Seay “Are Transit Fares Fair?”

3/2/19 Winthrop Transcript “Officials Happy with Federal Wetlands Protection”

3/1/19 Politico Stephanie Murray “Where WARREN stacks up — SPILKA leans on ROSENBERG aide — ARIZONA ICED ‘T’”

3/1/19 North End Waterfront Sara Brown “MBTA Riders Speak Out Against Price Hikes”

3/1/19 Dorchester Reporter Chris Lisinski “City councillors want hearing on withholding payments to MBTA”

3/1/19 Charlestown Bridge “For the Record”

3/1/19 The Daily Free Press Evelyn Bergman “MBTA hosts public meeting regarding fair hike”

3/3/19 The Boston Globe Max Reyes “Hearing raises questions about Boston investments”

2/28/19 Sampan “Boston City Councilor Michelle Wu delivers petition opposing MBTA fare increases”

2/28/19 Banker & Tradesman “MTBA Fare Hikes Slammed at Hearing

2/28/19 Boston Business Journal Kalina Newman “MBTA riders point to delays, overcrowding amid fare hike proposal”

2/27/19 WCVB 5 Chris Lisinski “Boston councilors want hearing on withholding payments to MBTA”

2/27/19 Boston.com By Arianna MacNeill “MBTA GM defends proposed fare hikes in Boston Globe opinion piece”

2/28/19 Boston Herald Sean Philip Cotter “T riders: Don’t hike fares”

2/27/19 The Milford Daily News Chris Lisinski “MBTA fare hikes slammed at hearing”

2/27/19 The Boston Globe Laura Crimaldi “Satanic Temple co-founder accuses Boston City Council of discrimination”

2/27/19 MassLive Jacqueline Tempera “MBTA riders to Massachusetts transportation officials: Fix ‘abysmal service’ before raising the cost to ride”

2/27/19 WCVB 5 Katie Thompson “Boston City Councilor Michelle Wu leading protest effort against proposed MBTA fare hikes”

2/27/19 Politico Stephanie Murray “WU takes on the MBTA — PRESSLEY ready to question COHEN — BAKER’s housing agenda”

2/26/19 Boston Herald Taylor Pettaway “Violence survivor to Councilor Wu: Stop talking and act”

2/26/19 The Boston Globe “Let voters decide on Boston City Council terms”

2/26/19 Boston Business Journal Kalina Newman “MBTA fares could go up in July and transit advocates aren’t happy”

2/25/19 Sampan “Boston City Councilor Michelle Wu calls for follow-up on community impacts of violence and trauma”

2/25/19 The Boston Globe Adam Vaccaro “With traffic so bad, is it really the time to raise T fares?”

4/3/19 Politico Stephanie Murray “The NEW MASSGOP — Wynn’s ‘COVER-UP’ culture — How to solve TRANSPORTATION troubles”

2/22/19 Jamaica Plain Gazette “Op-Ed My First Few Weeks as State Representative”

2/21/19 Boston Bulletin News Jeff Sullivan “Council calls for tax break transparency”

2/22/19 Charlestown Patriot-Bridge Seth Daniel “Edwards: Four-Year Term Will Drive Voter Turnout, Participation”

2/22/19 Sampan By Yiyan Zheng “Boston lion dance parade welcomes Year of Pig”

2/20/2019 KTBS 3 ABC MJ Lee “Elizabeth Warren is running for president as the wonky professor”

2/20/10 MassLive Jacqueline Tempera “Boston Mayor Marty Walsh: MBTA needs to explain why it’s raising fares before 6.3 percent hike”

2/21/19 Bay State Banner Trea Lavery “City councilors vote 11-2 to extend terms to four years”

2/21/19 The Daily Free Press Joel Lau “City Councilor Michelle Wu petitions against MBTA fare hike”

2/19/19 Local 10 “Elizabeth Warren running for president as the wonky professor”

2/9/19 ABC 10 News San Diego “Elizabeth Warren officially announces she is running for President”

2/14/19 Sampan Ivy Huang “Boston Councilor Wu celebrates Year of the Pig”

2/9/19 Fox 5 CNN Wire “Elizabeth Warren launches presidential campaign”

2/19/19 The Heights Colleen Martin “Petition Opposes MBTA Fare Increase”

2/18/19 North End Waterfront Sara Brown “Boston City Council Votes to Extend Term Limits to Four Years”

2/18/19 Jamaica Plain News David Ertischek “Councilor Wu Wants You to Sign Petition to Oppose MBTA Fare Hikes…And She Wants a Fare-Free T”

2/17/19 Boston Herald Brooks Sutherland “Marty Walsh: MBTA needs better service before rate hike”

2/16/19 MassLive Jacqueline Tempera “Boston City Councilor Michelle Wu petitions to stop MBTA fare hike”

2/15/19 The Boston Globe Jon Chesto “GE, Amazon HQ shifts could increase the scrutiny for public incentives”

2/14/19 North End Waterfront Sara Brown “Councilor Kim Janey Develops New Ordinance for Marijuana Industry”

2/14/19 Jamaica Plain News David Ertischek “Poll: Should Boston City Council Terms be Two or Four Years?”

2/14/19 The Daily Free Press Anders Larson “City Councilors push for Boston increased wetland protections”

2/14/19 The Daily Free Press “EDITORIAL: City Council reforms would make City government better”

2/14/19 The Boston Globe “New England news in brief”

2/13/19 The Boston Globe Milton Valencia “Boston City Council votes to extend terms to 4 years”

2/13/19 Boston Herald Brooks Sutherland “City Council votes to lengthen own terms”

2/13/19 WBUR Quincy Walters “Boston City Councilors Vote To Lengthen Their Terms From 2 Years To 4”

2/13/19 WGBH Isaiah Thompson “Boston Council Members Move To Extend Their Own Terms”

2/14/19 The Boston Globe Yvonne Abraham “To fix Greater Boston’s traffic woes, go big or stay home”

2/13/19 WRAL MJ Lee “Elizabeth Warren taps Roger Lau as campaign manager”

2/9/19  WPSD Local 6 “Elizabeth Warren kicks off presidential bid with challenge to super wealthy — and other Democrats”

2/13/19 Insurance News Net, Newswire“City Councilor Michelle Wu calls for corporate tax break transparency”

2/12/19 Boston Herald Brooks Sutherland “Boston mulls lengthening council terms to four years”

2/12/19 Boston Herald Brooks Sutherland “City Councilor Michelle Wu calls for corporate tax break transparency”

2/12/19 The Boston Globe Milton J Valencia “Boston city councilors look to extend term limits”

2/9/19 WSAZ 3, CNN Wire “Sen. Elizabeth Warren officially launches 2020 presidential campaign”

2/10/19 INsurance News Net, The Washington Wire “Off And Running: Warren Launches Presidential Bid In Lawrence”

2/7/19 Christian Science Monitor, Christa Case Bryant “Nevertheless, Elizabeth Warren comes out swinging”

2/11/19 Boston Agent Magazine, Andrew Morrell “Development restrictions proposed to protect Boston wetlands”

2/1/19 Massachusetts Daily Collegian Irina Costache “Elizabeth Warren announces bid for presidency”

2/10/19 Newburyport News Paul Tennant “Off and running: Warren launches presidential bid in Lawrence”

2/11/19 Boston Globe MIlton J Valencia “Officials seek more protections for city wetlands to counter effects of climate change”

2/9/19 MassLive Shannon Young “Elizabeth Warren officially joins 2020 presidential race, says she’s in the fight ‘all the way’”

2/9/19 The Denver Channel ABC 7, CNN wire “Elizabeth Warren officially announces she is running for President”

2/9/19 Fox 8 Cleveland, CNN Wire “Elizabeth Warren to kick off presidential campaign with her first big-name endorsement”

2/9/19 GoLocalProv “Elizabeth Warren Formally Announces for President”

2/9/19 WCPO 9 Cincinnati, CNN Wire “Elizabeth Warren officially announces she is running for President”

2/9/19 40 29 News, MJ Lee and Gregory Krieg “Sen. Elizabeth Warren officially kicks off 2020 presidential bid”

2/10/19 GoLocalWorcester “Elizabeth Warren Formally Announces for President”

2/10/19 Lowell Sun “Warren launches presidential run with call for change”

2/9/19 Boston Herald Lisa Kashinki “Elizabeth Warren makes it official, joins 2020 race”

2/9/19 WGBH Adam Reilly “She’s In: Warren Announces Presidential Bid In Lawrence”

2/9/19 Inquisitr Melissa Binns “Elizabeth Warren Officially Announces Presidential Run”

2/9/19 Liberty Voice Barbara Sobel “Elizabeth Warren Kicks Off Her Presidential Campaign From Massachusetts”

2/8/19 The Daily Free Press Haley Lerner “Baker, Walsh attend Chinatown tea ceremony”

2/7/19 Boson.com Christopher Gavin “A Boston city councilor has a plan to make sure the marijuana industry is fair for minority residents”

2/4/19 CommonWealth Bruce Mohl “Pollack prioritizes Red-Blue rail connector”

2/4/19 Wicked Local Chris Lisinski “State proposes linking MBTA’s Red and Blue lines”

2/6/19 The Heights, Colleen Martin “Equitable Marijuana Licensing Process Proposed by City Councilor”

2/6/19 Streetsblog USA, Blake Aued “Wednesday’s Headlines”

2/5/19 WBUR Chris Lisinski “The Red-Blue Line Rail Connector Is Back In Planning Stages”

2/4/19 Boston Herald Sean Philip Cotter “T gives boost to Red-Blue line connector”

2/7/19 Dorchester Reporter Jennifer Smith “A Vietnamese cultural district in Fields Corner? The mayor calls for a ‘task force’”

2/7/19 The Boston Globe, Letters “A win-win: fare-free T, reduced carbon footprint”

2/4/19 WBUR Irene Li “What The Boston Black Restaurant Challenge Brings To Our City”

2/6/19 Huntington News Isaac Stephens “Rise in T fare worries city activists, students mostly unfazed”

2/5/19 Boston Globe, Letters “Facing down a T fare increase”

2/4/19 The Patriot Ledger Chris Lisinski “State proposes linking MBTA’s Red and Blue lines”

2/4/19 Boston Business Journal Kalina Newman “Red-Blue line connector now on the MBTA’s front burner”

2/2/19 Boston Herald “Editorial: Michelle Wu’s idea of carbon-free is wallet expensive”

2/1/19 Politico Stephanie Murray “What will WELD do? – Making BEACON HILL more inclusive – PRESSLEY’S letter to Congress”

2/1/19 Curbed Boston Tom Acitelli “Should the T be Free?”

1/31/19 Boston.com Adrianna MacNeill “Boston City Councilor Michelle Wu: MBTA fares should be eliminated”

1/31/19 Boston Globe Michelle Wu “Forget fare hikes — make the T free”

1/28/19 Sampan “Councilors Wu and O’Malley refile local wetlands protection ordinance”

1/23/19 Boston 25 News Crystal Haynes “Local pastors leading community effort for those affected by shutdown”

1/25/19 Patch Jenna Fischer “Boston School Tries To Save Teacher Ahead Of Proposed Cuts”

2/18/19 NEREJ “Finegold Alexander Architects redesigns Boston City Hall council chamber”

1/16/19 Boston Herald Brooks Sutherland “Boston City Council shows early support for tax on high-end developers”

1/11/19 East Boston Times Free-Press John Lynds “Eastie’s the Harborkeepers Receives Barr Foundation Grant”

1/8/19 CommonWealth Bruce Mohl “Bostonians clinging to their cars”

1/7/19 Daily Hampshire Gazette Scott Merzbach “Comerford assembles legislative district team”

1/4/19 Boston 25 News Crystal Haynes “Boston city councilors gather to watch Ayanna Pressley’s swearing-in ceremony”

1/4/19 Politico Stephanie Murray “WARREN in Iowa — BAKER’S vision for second term — The new BOSTON INSIDERS”

1/3/19 Boston Globe Sabrina Schnur “Four Boston city councilors attend former colleague Ayanna Pressley’s swearing-in”

1/2/19 Boston Herald Meghan Ottolini “Expectations high for new Suffolk DA”

1/9/19 Dorchester Reporter Jennifer Smith “2018: Looking back offers a guide for what’s next”

1/1/19 WBUR Zeninjor Enwemeka “New Short-Term Rental Rules Take Effect In Boston”

12/30/18 CommonWealth Emily Norton and Dwaign Tyndal “Developing Widett Circle is short-sighted”

12/28/18 Bay State Banner Yawu Miller “Boston sees profound political changes in ’18”

12/27/18 Curbed Boston Alyssa Walker “How 7 Americans got around their cities in 2018”

12/26/18 WCVB 5 “Housing complex on fourth day without gas service”

12/21/18 WBUR Zeninjor Enwemeka “What To Know About The Mass. Bill To Regulate Airbnb”

12/21/18 Bay State Banner Yawu Miller “School Committee votes to close West Roxbury Education Complex”

12/21/18 WGBH Peter Kadzis and Adam Reilly “Massachusetts Politics In 2018: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly”

12/14/18 MassLive Jacqueline Tempera “Boston’s ban on single-use plastic bags begins Friday; here’s what you need to know”

12/14/18 Mission Hill Gazette Peter Shanley “Mission Hill native announces run for At-Large City Councilor seat”

12/13/18 Dorchester Reporter Jennifer Smith “At-large hopefuls join council incumbents in growing ’19 field”

12/11/18 Boston Herald Taylor Pettaway “Community demands answers in Pressley listening session”

12/10/18 Jamaica Plain News David Ertischek “What You Need to Know: Boston’s Plastic Bag Ordinance Goes Into Effect on Dec. 14.”

12/10/18 Boston Business Journal, Catherine Carlock “Brutalist-style Boston City Council chamber gets an upgrade”

12/9/18 The Daily Free Press, Jennifer Suryadjaja “Transportation expenses, lack of reliability cause difficulties for Boston students, study finds”

12/7/18 The Boston Herald, Brooks Sutherland “Boston seeks locally grown food for schools”

12/6/18 Teen Vogue, Christianna Silva “Ayanna Pressley Gave a Powerful Farewell Speech at Her Final Boston City Council Meeting Before She Heads to Congress”

12/7/18 East Boston Times-Free Press “City Councilor Michelle Wu Releases Report on Youth Transportation Challenges”

12/6/18 Roll Call, Emily Kopp “Ayanna Pressley’s ‘Squad’ Attends Tearful City Council Farewell”

12/5/18 WBUR, Quincy Walters “For Ayanna Pressley, ‘Destroyer Of Glass Ceilings,’ D.C. Is Just Another ‘Gentle Battle’”

12/5/18 MassLive, Jacqueline Tempera “Ayanna Pressley says goodbye to Boston City Council”

12/5/18 The Boston Globe, Jon Chesto “Boston business groups wage war over city’s proposed work-schedule rules”

12/3/18 Politico, Stephanie Murray “BAKER clashes with courts on GUNS — MILLENNIALS eye RENEWABLE energy — From BOSTON to BERKSHIRES rent is TOO HIGH — PAY BIAS alleged at Boston schools”

11/30/19 Boston.com, Christopher Gavin “Should Boston create a municipal ID card?”

11/30/18 Union Leader New Hampshire, Dave Solomon “NH Young Democrats waiting for response to O’Rourke invitation”

11/30/18 Bay State Banner, Yawu Miller “Growing list of at-large contenders”

11/30/18 WGBH, Isaiah Thompson “Whoa! Wait A Minute: Boston Council Questions Walsh Plans To Sell City Land”

11/28/18 The Boston Globe, Joan Vennochi “It’s downhill for Mayor Walsh”

11/28/18 Curbed Boston, Tom Acitelli “Boston plan to sell tow lot up in the air amid opposition”

11/28/18 The Boston Globe, Jon Chesto “There are 18 acres of city-owned land in the heart of Boston. What should happen to it?”

1127/18 The Boston Business Journal, Greg Ryan “Boston City Council mulls limits on employers’ ability to change worker schedules”

11/21/18 Bay State Banner, Karen Morales “Concerns, ideas aired at gentrification hearing”

11/18/18 Boston.com, Nik DeCosta-Klipa “What should Boston be doing to make the city safer for bicycles?”

11/16/18 The Boston Herald, Joe Battenfeld “Ed Markey could be big target in 2020”

12/15/18 The Boston Globe, Michelle Wu, Jan Devereux and Becca Wolfson “Another cyclist is killed. Our streets need to be safer. Now”

11/14/18 The Dorchester Reporter, Jennifer Smith “Up next: An at-large council campaign; Wu says midterms showed appetite for more voices”

11/14/18 Bay State Banner, Katherine McGloin “City pension funds under scrutiny”

11/13/18 Boston.com, Christopher Gavin “Should the Boston speed limit be 20 mph? Some say things need to change to make the city’s streets safer.”

11/13/18 New Boston Post, Matt McDonald “Airbnb Sues Boston Over Restrictions on Short-Term Rentals”

11/13/18 NECN, Nia Hamm “Boston Considers Lowering Speed Limit Even Further After Cut to 25 MPH”

11/13/18 WCVB 5 “Boston city councilors consider reducing speed limit again”

11/13/18 CommonWealth, Jack Sullivan “Airbnb sues Boston to halt regs”

11/13/18 WBUR, Quincy Walters “Airbnb Sues Boston Over Short-Term Rental Rules”

11/9/18 Jamaica Plain Gazette “City Council holds hearing regarding dockless mobility, electric scooters”

11/8/18 Boston.com, Shannon Larson “Massachusetts officials react to deadly California bar shooting”

11/8/18 Dorchester Reporter, Jennifer Smith “A ‘Little Saigon’ district in Fields Corner? Village is conflicted”

11/2/18 WCVB 5, Josh Brogadir “Messages of support after racist graffiti found”

11/2/18 Boston Herald, Taylor Pettaway “NAACP president: Vandalism echoes Boston’s past troubles”

10/31/18 Patch, Jenna Fisher “Racist Graffiti Found Inside Boston Elementary School”

10/31/18 Bay State Banner, Catherine McGloin “Artists, advocates fight piano factory evictions”

10/30/18 Boston Herald, Brooks Sutherland “Leaders call for ”fair” hotel strike settlement”

10/26/18 WBUR, Amelia Mason “Concern Over Displacement Grows As Artists Are Evicted From Piano Craft Guild Studios”

10/26/18 East Boston Times-Free Press “Councilors Wu and O’Malley File Local Wetlands Protection Ordinance”

10/26/18 East Boston Times-Free Press “City Council Holds Hearing Regarding Dockless Mobility and Electric Scooters”

10/24/18 WGBH, Isaiah Thompson “Boston Council To Consider New Employee Protections For City Contractors”

10/22/18 WBZ 4 CBS Boston, Lisa Gresci “Commuter Rail Riders’ Cars Crowd Hyde Park Neighborhood”

10/19/18 Lowell Sun, Matt Murphy “Dems dig Baker over his push to flip U.S. Senate seat for GOP”

10/18/18 The Daily Free Press “City Council votes unanimously to support hotel workers on strike”

10/18/18 Huntington News, Rhyia Bibby “Marriott hotel employees on strike for better wages and benefits”

10/17/18 Next City, Emily Nonko “Boston Wants to Build Inclusion into Its Construction Boom”

10/16/18 Boston Globe “Hotel’s neighbors weary of din of hotel picket line”

10/15/18 The Harvard Crimson, Camille G. Caldera and Luke A. Williams “Young Politicians at Harvard IOP Have a Message for Millennials: It’s ‘Time for a Change’”

10/13/18 Boston Globe, Sophia Eppolito “Michelle Wu and Ed Flynn to urge city councilors to officially support striking hotel workers”

11/11/18 Boston Herald, Brooks Sutherland “Open spaces may get $100M in surplus cash”

10/10/18 Glamour, Mattie Kahn “How Many Women Does It Take to Change a Congress?”

10/10/18 Boston Herald, Joe Dwinell “ICE agents blaming sanctuary cities for enabling criminals”

10/9/18 Boston Herald, Brooks Sutherland “Car-free day gets a push”

10/3/18 Dorchester Reporter, Chris Triunfo “Boston in “fight with Quincy” over Long Island bridge”

10/1/18 Boston Herald, Sean Philip Cotter “Boston may build new Long Island Bridge”

9/28/18 Boston Herald, Brooks Sutherland “Neighborhood organizations pressure Boston City Council on housing”

9/25/18 Boston Herald “Editorial: Giving kids skills to succeed”

9/23/18 Boston Herald, Kathleen McKiernan “Boston City Council eyes ways to improve vocational-technical education”

9/20/18 East Boston Times – Free Press, John Lynds “Residents Encouraged to Attend Two Community Planning Meetings”

9/19/18 MassLive, Jacqueline Tempera “Is Boston offering more construction opportunities to Boston residents, people of color and women? City councilors call for more oversight”

9/12/18 Bay State Banner, Katherine McGloin “It’s Pressley in the 7th District”

9/12/18 Boston Herald, Howie Carr “Howie Carr: Charlie Baker”s the favorite, but re-election is not in the bag”

9/8/18 Boston Herald, Joyce Ferriabough Bolling “Ayanna Pressley wasn’t the only big winner Tuesday”

9/6/18 Star Tribune, from an editorial in the Boston Globe “Ayanna Pressley’s upset victory carries a message”

9/6/18 WBUR, Jennifer Smith “Ayanna Pressley Says Her Election Is ‘A Mandate For Hope’”

9/6/18 Dorchester Reporter, Colin A. Young “Pressley win means Garrison will move into council at-large seat”

9/6/18 Boston Herald, Howie Carr “Howie Carr: Mike Capuano was dead man walking”

9/6/18 Into, Nico Yang “A Black Trans Woman Will Replace Ayanna Pressley on the Boston City Council”

9/5/18 Boston Globe, Shirley Leung “We’ve seen the future of Massachusetts politics, and it’s female”

9/5/18 Boston.com, Dialynn Dwyer “How the Massachusetts congressional delegation is reacting to Ayanna Pressley’s upset of Michael Capuano”

9/5/18 Boston Business Journal, Jacqueline Tempera MassLive “Pressley unseats Capuano in 7th congressional district”

9/5/18 CommonWealth, Jack Sullivan and Michael Jonas “Pressley leads changing of the guard”

9/5/18 MassLive Jacqueline Tempera “Historic upset as Boston City Councilor Ayanna Pressley unseats Rep. Mike Capuano in Massachusetts’ 7th Congressional District”

9/3/18 The Daily Free Press, Chloe Grinberg “PHOTO STORY: Ayanna Pressley’s Insurgent Campaign Gears Up for Primaries”

9/2/18 WGBH, Adam Reiley “In The MA 7th, Capuano And Pressley Make Their Closing Arguments”

8/31/18 CommonWealth, Michael Jonas “Liberal groups boost Sanchez challenger”

8/31/18 Boston.com, Nik DeCosta-Klipa “Everything you need to know about Ayanna Pressley”

8/31/18 Boston Herald, Jordan Graham and Brooks Sutherland “Five city-owned lots on Frontage Road unlock Widett Circle growth”

8/31/18 BU Today, “I Spent My Summer Working at Boston City Hall”

8/30/18 Jamaica Plain Gazette, Ken Tangvik “Letter: Top Ten Reasons to Vote for Jeffrey Sanchez”

8/3/2018 Charlestown Patriot-Bridge “Councilors Edwards, Wu File Chain Store Zoning Legislation”

8/2/2018 John Lynds East Boston Times-Free Press “Councilors Edwards and Wu are Conducting a Community-Wide Survey for East Boston Master Plan”

8/1/2018 Saraya Wintersmith WGBH “Little Saigon? Debate Simmers Over Naming Cultural District”

7/31/2018 Sara Brown North End Waterfront.com “Community Use, Possibly NEMPAC, Favored for Vacant Tileston Street Buildings”

7/30/2018 Kristin Toussaint Metro Boston “Mass AG Maura Healey endorses Ayanna Pressley for Congress”

7/25/2018 Wicked Local Cambridge “Seventh Congressional District: Meet Candidate Ayanna Pressley”

7/21/2018 Alexander Burns New York Times “There is a Revolution on the Left. Democrats are Bracing”

7/21/2018 Beacon Hill Times “Ayanna Pressley for Congress Holds Endorsement Event with Boston City Councilor Michelle Wu”

7/21/2018 John Lynds East Boston Times-Free Press “First Step: Councilor Edwards Holds Hearing on Possible New Master Plan”

7/19/2018 Kristin LaFratta MassLive “In Boston, caregivers denounce separation of migrant families”

7/19/2018 Emily Williams Boston Globe “Nannies, caregivers hold vigil for separated families”

7/18/2018 Adam Gaffin My South End “Controversy over a roof deck”

7/18/18 Bloomberg Baystate Business “Budget Deal”

7/18/2018 Karen Morales Bay State Banner “City Councilors weigh in on E. Boston planning”

7/18/2018 Lauren Dezenski Politico “Budgetary concerns- Walsh headed to Iowa, Ohio- Biotech backs Capuano”

7/17/2018 Adam Reilly WGBH “Should Boston Push Back at Chain Stores- And if so, How?”

7/14/2018 Charlestown Patriot-Bridge “Pressley for Congress Holds Endorsement Event with Wu”

7/14/2018 Seth Daniel Charlestown Patriot-Bridge “Short-Term Rental Hosts Applaud New Ordinance from City Council”

7/13/2018 East Boston Times-Free Press “Councilor Wu Holds Hearing on Resident Permit-Parking”

7/13/2018 Boston Globe “New England news in brief”

7/13/2018 John Lynds East Boston Times-Free Press “Councilors Edwards, Wu to Hold East Boston Master Plan Hearing on Monday, July 16”

7/12/2018 Matt Margolis PJ Media “Boston City Council Considers Giving Non-Citizens the Right to Vote”

7/12/2018 Isaiah Thompson WGBH “After Vowing Lobbying Reform, Walsh Vetoes Council Effort to Implement it”

7/12/2018 Shirley Leung Boston Globe “Mass. political candidates can expense a tuxedo, but not child care. That needs to change”

7/12/2018 Sampan “Councilors Wu, Janey, and Edwards file chain store zoning legislation”

7/12/2018 Spencer Buell Boston Magazine “A City Council Idea Could Slow the Starbucks-ification of Boston”

7/12/2018 WBUR “Boston Could Require New Chain Businesses Get Extra Approval”

7/11/2018 North End Waterfront.com “City Councilors Introduce Legislation to Limit Zoning for Chain Stores”

7/11/2018 Adam Gaffin Universal Hub “Proposal would make chain outlets formally justify themselves before opening in Boston neighborhood business districts”

7/11/2018 Milton J. Valencia Boston Globe “Another Starbucks or CVS? Not without Boston’s OK under new proposal”

7/11/2018 Isaiah Thompson WGBH “Boston’s Emboldened City Council Eyes Reining In Chain Stores”

7/11/2018 Jenna Fisher Boston Patch “Are Some Boston Neighborhoods at Risk of Becoming ‘Chanified’?”

7/11/2018 Catherine McGloin Bay State Banner “Bike cafe getting in gear”

7/11/2018 Adam Gaffin Universal Hub “On a South End street full of roof decks, controversy explodes when one building owner wants to build a roof deck”

7/10/2018 Jenna Fisher Boston Patch “City Council Considers if Non US Citizens Should Vote in Boston”

7/10/2018 Jamie Halper Boston Globe “Council considers allowing noncitizens to vote in municipal elections”

7/10/2018 Sampan “Boston City Councilor Michelle Wu endorses Ayanna Pressley for Congress”

7/10/2018 Teresa Lo JDJournal “Boston Considering Giving Non-Citizens Voting Rights”

7/10/2018 Lindsay Kalter Boston Herald “Proposed noncitizen voting in Boston not seen as likely for other areas”

7/10/2018 Boston Herald “Editorial: Voting is for citizens”

7/10/2018 Antonio Planas Boston Herald “Noncitizen voting has Boston residents worried”

7/9/2018 Red State Watcher “Major U.S. City Pushing to Allow Non-Citizens to Vote”

7/9/2018 Lauren Dezenski Politico “Senate race air time- Wu backs Pressley- ACLU sues Cambridge over Women’s March Bill”

7/9/2018 Sean Philip Cotter and Jules Crittenden “A vote for noncitizens? Boston City Council prez pushes access to rights”

7/6/2018 David Sachs StreetsBlog Denver “Meet Jonathan Fertig, a Bike Advocate Who Isn’t Afraid to Challenge the Status Quo”

7/6/2018 Milton J. Valencia Boston Globe “Honeymoon over: Council strays from Walsh on key issues, often to his left”

7/4/2018 Yawu Miller Bay State Banner “A progressive battle for 9th Suffolk District seat”

6/29/2018 Meghan E. Irons Boston Globe “The city’s six female councilors are demanding action for women on the city’s firefighting force”

6/29/2018 Abbey Niezgoda NECN “Boston Considers Charging for Residential Parking Permits”

6/29/2018 Matt Conti North End Waterfront.com “Proposed North End Starbucks Strongly Opposed at Public Meeting”

6/29/2018 Kathleen McKiernan Boston Herald “‘Why?’: Boston parking permit fee discussions have longtime locals livid”

6/29/2018 Sara Brown North End Waterfront.com “Boston City Council Considering Fees for Residential Parking Stickers”

6/29/2018 Antonio Planas Boston Herald “Councilors mull charging Boston residents for parking stickers”

6/29/2018 Antonio Planas Boston Herald “Boston parking sticker shock”

6/29/2018 Lauren Dezenski Politico “Good news for incumbents- ‘red flag’ gun bill heads to Baker’s desk- Warren, Kennedy to rally against family separations”

6/28/2018 Milton J. Valencia Boston Globe “Almost half of the City Council has endorsed this candidate for governor”

6/28/2018 Beacon Hill Times “Charles River Conservancy Gala for Renata von Tscharner’s Retirement”

6/27/2018 Privacy SOS “Boston residents demand community control over police surveillance at packed city council hearing”

6/27/2018 Sophia Suarez Bay State Banner “City councilors probe BPD surveillance activities”

6/27/2018 Antonio Planas Boston Herald “Boston City Council set to vote on proposed raises today”

6/26/2018 Adam Gaffin Universal Hub “12-unit condo building wins approval for Westminster Avenue in Roxbury”

6/26/2018 Jose Castillo Spare Change News “Council Host Hearing on Police Surveillance & Technology”

6/23/2018 Boston Herald “Massachusetts cities seek to regulate short-term rentals”

6/21/2018 Milton J. Valencia Boston Globe “On the council, Zakim gets endorsements while Pressley left waiting”

6/21/2018 Dorchester Post “BPD pledges to ‘facilitate check and balance’ on the use of drones, other surveillance tech”

6/21/2018 Seth Daniel Charlestown Patriot-Bridge “Wu, Edwards to Study Resident Parking Sticker Program”

6/21/2018 Beacon Hill Times “City Council Adopts Amended Short-Term Rental Ordinance: Eliminates Investor Units, Leeway on Owner-Occupants”

6/21/2018 Antonio Planas Boston Herald “City Council condemns controversial policy of separating illegal immigrant children from parents”

6/21/2018 Mary Markos Boston Herald “Imperfect technology, Boston ‘chaotic’ streets raise fears of self-driving cars”

6/19/2018 Milton J. Valencia Boston Globe “City Council offers own lobbying bill, straying from Marty Walsh’s proposal”

6/19/2018 Milton J. Valencia Boston Globe “Council to discuss new technology for law enforcement, including surveillance drones”

6/18/2018 Milton J. Valencia Boston Globe “Boston City Council to take up lobbying rules- two years after Walsh made his proposal”

6/18/2018 Wicked Local Cambridge “Renata von Tscharner honored at retirement gala”

6/14/2018 Kristin LaFratta MassLive “Boston City Council votes for Airbnb regulations, elimination of ‘investor units’”

6/14/2018 Bloomberg “Bloomberg Baystate Business: Airbnb and Tariffs”

6/13/2018 Bob Oakes and Yasmin Amer WBUR “Boston City Council Scheduled To Vote On Short-Term Rentals”

6/13/2018 Jack Sullivan CommonWealth “City council puts restraints on Airbnb”

6/13/2018 Jennifer Smith Dorchester Reporter “Councillors, advocates push massive housing campaign”

6/13/2018 Adam Gaffin UniversalHub “Council votes to ban investor-owned Airbnb units, but reject limit on how long homeowners can rent out units”

6/12/2018 Antonio Caban WGBH “Boston City Council Set To Vote On New Rules For Short-Term Rentals”

6/12/2018 Cameron Sperance Bisnow “Boston City Council Expected To Vote Wednesday On Airbnb Regulation”

6/8/2018 Adam Vaccaro Boston Globe “Michelle Wu wants Boston to consider charging for residential parking permits”

6/8/2018 David Ertischek Jamaica Plain News “Part II: 4 Elected Officials Ask 5 DA Candidates Questions”

6/5/2018 Daily Free Press “Boston politics 101: what to know”

6/5/2018 Angie Schmitt Streetblogs USA “Boston Fixed Its Most Frustrating Street for Bus Riders, But Just for a Month”

6/4/2018 Anne Douglass Boston Globe Opinions “Investment in early education brings dividends”

5/31/2018 Michelle Wu Boston Globe “Boston families need greater access to early education”

5/31/2018 Valerie Vande Panne Alternet “Here’s How Airbnb is ‘Disrupting’ the Wrong Economy”

5/31/2018 CommonWealth “Our wheezing democracy”

5/30/2018 Karen Morales Bay State Banner “City councilors question Airbnb regulations”

5/29/2018 CommonWealth “The Codcast: Bus renaissance underway?”

5/26/2018 Ari Ofsevit & Michelle Wu Commonwealth Magazine “MBTA’s unfair rail fares need to change”

5/25/2018 Zach Mobrice Spare Change News “Mayor Walsh Pitches Ban on Invester-Owned Short Term Rentals”

5/24/2018 Dan Atkinson Boston Herald “Boston councilors hope to loosen proposed rules on Airbnbs”

5/23/2018 Boston Globe “Vote on new short-term rental rules postponed”

5/22/2018 Tim Logan Boston Globe “Council Won’t Vote Yet on Short-term rental rules”

5/22/2018 Dan Atkinson Boston Herald “Boston City Councilors wrestle with Marty Walsh’s Airbnb plan”

5/21/2018 Bruce Mohl CommonWealth “T approves $10 weekend commuter rail pass”

5/21/2018 Ariel Amaya North End Waterfront.com “Boston City Council Debates Short-Term Rental Regulations”

5/17/2018 Cameron Sperance Bisnow “Proposed Short-term Rental Regulation Sparks War of Words Between Boston and Airbnb”

5/17/2018 Staff Beacon Hill Times “Beacon Hill Civic Association Community Corner”

5/17/2018 Dan Atkinson Boston Herald “Boston mayor: Airnb’s public relations push ‘not way to go’”

5/17/2018 Adam Reilly WGBH “Housing: Boston City Hall Versus The Market”

5/16/2018 . Fox 25 News “Boston city councilors delay vote on new Airbnb regulations”

5/16/2018 Karen Morales Bay State Banner “Walsh files new regulations for Airbnb in Boston”

5/16/2018 Julie Loncich WCVB “Boston, Airbnb battle over regulations”

5/10/2018 Boston Fox25 News “Walsh seeks to toughen rules on short-term rentals in Boston”

5/10/2018 Kathryn Sotnik NBC Boston “Ride-Share Drivers from Out of State Contribute to Boston’s Traffic”

5/10/2018 Dan Atkinson Boston Herald “Boston blasts Airbnb’s ‘bullying’ tactics”

5/9/2018 Spencer Buell Boston Magazine “Mayor Walsh’s Short-Term Rental Proposal Would Outlaw Investor-Owned Airbnbs”

5/9/2018 Matt Conti Northend Waterfront “Investor units Eliminated in Mayor’s New Guidelines for Short-Term Rentals (Airbnb)”

5/9/2018 “Bloomberg Baystate Business: Roadways and Rentals”

5/9/2018 Allssa Walker Curbed “How multimodal city councilor Michelle Wu gets around Boston”

5/9/2018 Tim Logan and Milton J. Valencia Boston Globe “Walsh Proposal Would ban investors from renting out on Airbnb”

5/9/2018 Zeninjor Enwemeka WBUR “Walsh Proposes New Ordinance To Limit Short Term Rentals in Boston”

5/8/2018 Dan Atkinson Boston Herald “Boston colleges aren’t paying enough to the city, councilors claim”

5/5/2018 Adam Vaccaro Boston Globe “Cyclists pushing for more room on Longfellow Bridge”

5/3/2018 n/a KRMG “Man Accused of Listing Affordable-Housing Unit on Airbnb”

5/3/2018 Samuel Wohlforth Dorchester Reporter “Route 28 bus: It takes you the long way home”

5/2/2018 Jacob Long Fox25 News “Boston Man Accused of listing affordable housing unit on Airbnb”

5/2/2018 Adam Reilly WGBH News “As Longfellow Construction Wraps Up, A Push To Make Bridge More Bike-Friendly”

5/1/2018 Adrian Walker Boston Globe “Here’s a deal- $36 a night for an Airbnb in Southie. One problem- it’s in a public housing unit”

4/27/2018 Anthony Brooks and Chris Citorik wbur “Regulating Short Term Rentals in Boston”

4/26/2018 Jennifer Smith Dorchester Reporter “Codman hearing focuses on as-of-right zoning”

4/25/2018 Boston Business Journal “City approves Greenway BID, the city’s second after Downtown Crossing”

4/25/2018 Charlotte Gross North End Waterfront.com “Greenway Business Improvement District (BID) Approved by City Council”

4/24/2018 John Lucas The Capitolist “Philip Levine focuses on voter outreach, announces two additions to his campaign staff”

4/24/2018 Jonathan Choe NBC Boston / NECN “Airbnb Clashes with City Councilor over Regulations”

4/24/2018 Tim Logan & Milton Valencia Boston Globe “The war over Airbnb regulatons in Boston keeps escalating”

4/23/2018 Michelle Wu CNN “I’m a legislator and a mom. Tammy Duckworth is my hero”

4/22/2018 Shaun Robinson Daily Free Press “Airbnb clashes with Councilor Wu over short-term rental regulations”

4/19/2018 Jill Kaufman & Chris Citorik Wbur Radio “Boston City Councilor Michelle Wu on Short-Term Rentals”

4/18/2018 Michael Jonas Commonwealth Magazine “Airbnb goes inhospitable”

4/18/2018 Tom Moroney Bloomberg Baystate Business “Bloomberg Baystate Business: Airbvb vs Wu (Wynn, too)”

4/18/2018 Boston Herald Jordan Graham “Michelle Wu blasts Airbnb for ‘fake news’”

4/18/2018 Boston Globe Tim Logan “Airbnb has Targeted Michelle Wu. She and her supporters are not having it”

4/18/2018 The Bay State Banner Karen Morales “Supporting small business”

4/18/2018 Boston Magazine Spencer Buell “Airbnb Came after Michelle Wu and Whiffed, Hard”

4/18/2018 Curbed Tom Acltelli “Boston Airbnb battle takes a turn with mass email about City Council member”

4/17/2018 Adam Gaffin Universal Hub “Airbnb tries to slime Boston city councilor instead of discussing its role in destroying entire neighborhoods”

4/17/2018 North End Waterfront Katie Babb “Wednesday’s Brief: Mike the Bubbleman, Airbnb Targets City Councilor, Post Marathon Eats”

4/14/2018 Adam Vaccaro Boston Globe “Boston councilors warm to higher parking fines”

4/7/2018 Sampan “Boston City Councilor At-Large Michelle Wu holds a hearing on free petition”

4/6/2018 Beth Treffeisen Mission Hill Gazette “City Council notes”

4/5/2018 Michelle Scvimer Daily Free Press “Walsh administration to increase parking fines, implement transportation infrastructure”

4/3/2018 Adam Vaccaro Boston Globe “Walsh wants big hike in parking ticket fees to fund transit work”

4/3/2018 Jenna Fisher Patch “Parking Fines are about to go up in Boston”

4/3/2018 Valerie Sizhe Li Sampan “Chinese Progressive Association reflects on community activism”

4/3/2018 Dan Atkinson Boston Herald “Boston plans parking fine increase”

4/2/2018 Lydia Edwards North End Waterfront “From the Councilor: One Charlestown, Short-Term Rentals, Boston’s Housing Market, Annual Scholarship to Honor Maverick Street Mothers and more”

3/30/2018 Amada Stoll North End Waterfront “Weekly Top Reads: Flooding Hearing, Short-Term Rentals, Hub on Causeway, Greenway Gardens, Lenny the Clam & the Last West End Resident”

3/29/2018 – The Dorchester Post “Help envision a new cultural district in Fields Corner”

3/29/2018 Jennifer Smith Dorchester Reporter “Council hears calls for more money, planning on flooding”

3/28/2018 Wen Stephenson Commonwealth Magazine “The Boston climate trial that might have been”

3/27/2018 Meghan Ottolini Boston Herald “Boston could find itself underwater on flooding costs”

3/26/2018 – Fox25 “City leaders address concerns about flooding and climate change in Boston”

3/26/2018 Justin Bourke WHDH 7 News “City leaders work on plan to fight flooding in Boston”

3/26/2018 Meghan Ottolini Boston Herald “Flooded with Problems: Boston City Council to mull storm-water solutions”

3/22/2018 Milton J. Valencia Boston Globe “Arroyo uses 70th birthday bash to pay bills from suspension”

3/21/2018 Tim Logan Boston Globe “Decision on short-term rental rules put on hold”

3/20/2018 – Fox25 “Boston Officials working to change rules surrounding private sewer lines”

3/20/2018 Adam Gaffin Universal Hub “Councilors want to bar investors from renting out units on Airbnb and similar platforms”

3/19/2018 Jack Sullivan Commonwealth Magazine “Wu seeks to limit short-term rentals”

3/19/2018 Michael Jonas Commonwealth Magazine “The Codcast: Wu grades the T”

3/19/2018 Tim Logan Boston Globe “Walsh wants City Council to Delay Vote on Rules for Short-Term Rentals”

3/16/2018 Beth Treffeisen Beacon Hill Times “Park Plaza Urban Renewal Zone Could Be First to Go”

3/15/2018 Karen Morales The Bay State Banner “Group Seeks to Prioritize MBTA Bus Transit”

3/12/2018 WCVB5 “Youngbloods: Michelle Wu”

3/10/2018 Patriot-Bridge Staff, Charlestown Patriot-Bridge “Council Committee Votes to Release Rutherford Avenue Money”

3/9/2018 WCVB5 “Monday March 12: Youngbloods preview”

3/6/2018 Mark Fuechec North End Waterfront “City Council Has Mixed Feelings on ‘Investor Unit Ban’ for Short-Term Rentals (AirBnB)”

3/1/2018 Eliza Relman Business Insider “A powerful Democratic group is highlighting several women in local politics as rising stars in the party”

3/1/2018 James Pindell Boston Globe “Michelle Wu a finalist for award from abortion rights group EMILY’s list”

3/1/2018 Seth Daniel Charlestown Patriot-Bridge “Edwards Pushing for Rutherford Avenue Surface Option, City Officials Say Plan Will Still Contain Underpasses”

2/28/2018 Sandra Larson The Bay State Banner “Biz forum highlights solutions”

2/28/2018 Sophia Brown Daily Free Press “Female City Councilors talk representation, leading in Boston”

2/27/2018 Lisa Weidenfeld Boston Magazine “The Interview: Andrea Campbell”

2/26/2018 “Web” – general posts from other sources such as press releases – Sampan.org “Sheriff Tompkins to host ‘A Conversation with Women Who Lead’ on Feb 27”

2/26/2018 Laurel J. Sweet Boston Herald “Marty Walsh against pressuring MBTA on assessments”

2/26/2018 Truelian Lee and Jacqueline P. Patel The Harvard Crimson “Local Groups Call for Additional Analysis of I-90 Plans”

2/23/2018 Howie Carr Boston Herald “Carr: Althea Garrison’s time has finally come”

2/23/2018 Laura Crimaldi Boston Globe “Website to explain Boston’s new ban on single-use plastic shopping bags is on the way”

2/22/2018 Sarika Ram Daily Free Press “City Council thinks about how to implement plastic bag ban”

2/20/2018 Dan Atkinson, Matt Stout, Boston Herald “MBTA Green Line ‘stretched to limit’”

2/15/2018 Laura Crimaldi Boston Globe “MBTA pressed for answers from council on commuter rail fares”

2/14/2018 Sandra Larson, Bay State Banner “Report: MBTA is vital for economy, worthy of investment”

2/12/201 Isaiah Thompson, WGBH “The Boston City Council Appears Ready To Tussle With Mayor Walsh On Several Key Issues”

2/09/2018 Charlestown Patriot-Bridge, “Major Recycler Cheering Plastic Bag Ban in Boston”

2/09/2018 Boston Globe, “City councilor wants lower prices on commuter rail in Boston neighborhoods.”

2/08/18 North End Waterfront, “Climate Justice Report Calls for Equity & Transparency in Boston Climate Resiliency Planning”

2/02/2018 Boston Herald “Pols look to keep Sullivan Square project on track”

1/24/2018, BU News, “After Two Years as Boston City Council President, Michelle Wu Steps Down to Focus on Policy”

1/12/2018 Boston Globe, “Harvard at odds with Roslindale neighbors over solar panel proposal”

12/28/2017 Boston Globe, Op-Ed: “Boston City Council looks to fight national trends with local gains in 2018”

12/27/2017 Bay State Banner, “Councilors vote to strengthen city’s minority contracting program”

12/22/2017 Boston Herald, “BPS gets hard quiz on start times”

12/22/2018 Beacon Hill Times, “Looking at Whom is Being Honored with Public Statues”

12/21/2017 Boston.com, “5 questions about Boston’s plan to change school start times, answered”

12/17/2017 Boston Globe, “Mayor Walsh signs ban on plastic bags for Boston”

12/11/2017 Boston Globe, “Watch: A conversation with the women of the Boston City Council”

12/9/2017 Greg Cook, Wonderland “Boston Has Lots Of Monuments To White Guys. How Can The City Do More To Honor Other Folks?”

12/6/2017 Milton Valencia, Boston Globe “And the band played on? Council considers nixing permits for acoustic performances”

11/30/2017 Milton Valencia, Boston Globe “City Council makes picks for new Community Preservation Committee”

11/29/2017 Gintautas Dumcius, Mass Live “Boston councilors pass citywide ban on plastic bags”

11/29/2017 WBUR “Boston City Council Votes To Ban Plastic Bags”

11/8/2017 Hayley Glatter, Boston Magazine “Six Women of Color Were Elected to Boston City Council”  

11/7/2017 Gintautas Dumcius, MassLive “2017 Massachusetts Election live results: Boston City Council At-Large”

11/3/2017 Michelle Wu, CNN “City council president: Why I’m bringing my baby to work”  

10/28/2017 Adam Vaccaro, Boston Globe “Are the days of free residential parking in Boston numbered?”  

10/27/2017 Michelle Wu, East Boston Times-Free Press “Councilor’s Column: My Vision for East Boston”  

10/26/2017 Editorial Board, Boston Globe “City council at-large: Reelect Wu, Pressley, Essaibi-George, and Flaherty”  

10/24/2017 Ling-Mei Wong, Sampan “Immigration leader Chau-ming Lee honored by Eastern Bank”  

10/18/2017 Johanny Piñeiro, El Planeta “La comunidad se une por Puerto Rico en Jamaica Plain”  

10/13/2017 Staff, East Boston Times-Free Press “Wu Campaign Announces State Legislative Endorsements”  

10/09/2017 Julie Cohen, Wicked Local Allston “Councilor-at-Large candidates discuss Boston’s housing, transportation and Amazon”  

10/08/2017 William Ge, Sampan “From Chinatown Gate to City Hall Plaza: Hundreds celebrate in Double 10 Parade

10/04/2017 Jon Chesto, Boston Globe “Boston City Council authorizes green electricity purchase on behalf of residents”

10/03/2017 Adam Gaffin, Universal Hub “At-large council candidates not sure Amazon is worth it”

10/01/2017 Jon Chesto, Boston Globe “Council president, mayor differ on green electricity plan for city”

9/29/17 Peter Shanley, Jamaica Plain Gazette “City councilors pen letter to FAA, Massport on plane noise”

9/22/17 Wicked Local Roslindale “Forum to showcase Boston election candidates”

9/22/17 Ling-Mei Wong, Sampan “Boston recognizes Chinese-American WWII veterans”

9/21/17 David Ertischek, Jamaica Plain News “City Councilors to Massport and FAA: Plane Noise is ‘Unbearable’”

9/20/17 Stephen Miller, CityLab “Boston Transportation Advocates Aren’t So Sure About Their Mayor”

9/15/17 John Lynds, East Boston Times Free Press “Ward I Democratic Committee Endorses Mayor Walsh, Passacantilli and At-Large Candidates”

9/13/17 Valerie Sizhe Li, Sampan “Asian American Day Festival comes back to Boston Common”

9/5/17 Sampan “Boston Council President Wu releases statement on DACA”

8/16/17 Sampan “Planned Parenthood Advocacy Fund endorses Boston City Council candidates”

8/14/17 Sampan “Council President Wu releases statement on Charlottesville, planned Boston rally”

8/4/17 Sampan “Councilors Wu and O’Malley file CCE authorization order for Boston”  

8/4/17 Ling Mei-Wong, Sampan “Council candidate Michelle Wu opens Chinatown campaign office”

7/1/17 Staff, Beacon Hill Times “BHCA Community Corner: Mayor files ordinance regarding sandwich board signs”

7/4/17 Shirley Leung, Boston Globe  “Globe’s poll omission leaves Asian-Americans invisible and unheard

06/23/17 New England Real Estate Journal “The city of Boston approves Finegold Alexander Architects’ design modifications for City Hall council chamber”  

06/21/17 Connie Wang, Sampan “Boston City Councilors Wu and Pressley discuss green efforts, community business

06/20/17 Andrew Higginbottom, Wicked Local West Roxbury “Roslindale Residents get weekend civics lesson

6/16/17 Beth Treffeisen, North End Regional Review “Boston City Council Looks to Reduce Carbon Footprint of City Hall and Municipal Buildings

6/15/17 Maddie Kilgannon, Boston Globe “Council throws surprise shower for expecting councilors

6/15/17 Michelle Wu, WGBH “Climate Justice: Beyond Green Elitism

6/14/14 Sean Garren and Michelle Wu, Boston Business Journal “Solar is powering progress and jobs in Boston

6/9/17 Ruobing Su, Sampan “Community advocates discuss improving language access for Asian Americans

6/8/17 Meghan Irons, Boston Globe “Council will hold summer meetings at Fanueil Hall

6/6/17 Sampan – “Council President Wu Authors Hearing Order on Greening City Hall

5/25/17 Meghan Irons, Boston Globe “Roxbury gets a cultural boost

5/25/17 Kelly Ransom, JPNDC’s JP & Me Blog “JP and City Councilor Michelle Wu”  

5/24/17 Jeff Sullivan, The Bulletin Newspapers “City Council looking to support Haitian residents”  

5/19/17 Beth Treffeisen, Boston Sun “Residents Demand More Slow Streets for Boston Neighborhoods

5/17/17 Amanda Stoll, North End Waterfront “Five Policy Briefings to Suggest Boston Transportation Improvements

5/17/17 Dorchester Reporter “City Council backs Haitians here on post-earthquake visas

5/17/17 Spencer Buell, Boston Magazine “The City Council Just Took a Stand in Support of Boston’s Haitian Immigrants

5/17/17 Adam Gaffin, Universal Hub “Boston city councilors unanimously back the Haitians here because of 2010 earthquake

5/2/17 Maddie Kilgannon and John R. Ellement, Boston Globe “NAACP leader calls racial harassment of Orioles outfielder ‘a shame on the city’”  

4/28/17 Boston 25 News “What diners need to know about Boston’s new BYOB program

4/24/17 Emily Sweeney, Boston Globe “Berklee honors Alex Gitungano and Michelle Wu with Urban Service Awards

4/19/17 Noor Adatia, The Daily Free Press “City Council proposes ordinance promoting right to free petition

4/17/17 Mattie Quinn, Governing “The Woman Who Pushed Boston to Be a Leader in Paid Family Leave

4/14/17 Beth Treffeisen, Beacon Hill Times “Boston City Council Chamber Set for New Accessibility Upgrades

4/6/17 Sampan “Congressman Jim McGovern and Boston City Council President Michelle Wu to receive Massachusetts Democratic Party’s Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt Award

4/6/17 Adam Gaffin, Universal Hub “Boston gets it’s first legal BYOB restaurant

4/6/17 Steve Annear, Boston Globe “Roslindale restaurant gets city’s first BYOB license

3/8/17 Beth Germano, CBS Boston “Rainbow Flag At Center Of Dispute Between St. Patrick’s Day Parade Organizers, OutVets

3/8/17 Dialynn Dwyer, Boston.com “Mayor Walsh, Gov. Baker won’t march in St. Patrick’s Day parade without gay veterans

3/8/17 Jennifer Smith, Dorchester Reporter “Council wants further study for tenant ‘stabilization’ act

3/7/17 Amanda Stoll, North End Waterfront “Boston City Council Take Up Reprecincting; Downtown Waterfront Split Proposed

3/6/17 Alex E. Weaver, BostInno “Mayor Walsh Proposes 152 New Boston Liquor Licenses

2/28/2017 Beacon Hill Times “Residents Urged to Get Involved

2/27/17 Isaiah Thompson, WGBH “Boston Council Prez Wu Wants Hearings By Citizen Petition

2/24/17 Ling Mei-Wong, Sampan “Boston city council’s ‘Fab Four’ women partner on childcare

2/23/17 Maddie Kilgannon, Boston Globe “Slow start to BYOB in Boston

2/17/17 Seth Daniel, Beacon Hill Times “Four Female Councilors Embark on Study,Meeting Series on Early Ed,Childcare Here

2/8/17 Bob Oakes, WBUR “Boston City Council Establishes Civil Rights Committee In Response To President Trump

2/8/17 Zachary Hertz, The Tufts Daily “Boston City Council President talks politics at Civic Life Lunch

2/7/17 Astead W. Herndon, Boston Globe “Stirred by Trump, City Council tries to bring back civil rights commission

2/7/17 Erin Tiernan, Metro US “Boston opens BYOB applications to restaurants

2/5/17 Associated Press, Fox 25 “Boston taking applications from restaurants for BYOB

2/4/17 Ling-Mei Wong 黃靈美, Sampan “Boston city council’s ‘Fab Four’ women partner on childcare

2/3/17 Astead W. Herndon, Boston Globe “Coming soon to some neighborhoods: BYOB restaurants

1/31/17 Ling Mei-Wong, Sampan “Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association banquet kicks off Chinese New Year season

1/29/17 John Lynds, East Boston Times “Licensing Board Passes BYOB Rules, Regulations

1/28/17 Michelle Wu, Epoch Times “Happy Lunar New Year from Michelle Wu

1/25/17 Adam Gaffin, Universal Hub “Boston to look at getting into the electricity market to try to curb emissions

1/24/17 Jessica Heslam, Boston Herald “Heslam: ‘Fab Four’ seek to be a voice for struggling moms

1/23/17 Matthew M. Robareran, Wicked Local West Roxbury “West Roxbury residents tell council president of concerns over development

1/20/17 Ryan Coonerty, Huffington Post “Need Hope? Meet 12 Amazing Leaders Who Are Making America Great

1/19/17 Shirley Leung, Boston Globe “Who will be at the Women’s March in Boston? Everyone, it seems.

1/19/17 Jacqueline Cain, Boston Magazine “BYOB Will Finally Be Allowed in Certain Boston Neighborhoods

1/18/17 Alison Bauter, Boston Patch “BYOB Approved in Boston (Within Limits)

1/18/17 Maddie Kilgannon, Boston Globe “BYOB is finally coming to Boston (sort of)

1/5/17 Boston Globe “21 intriguing new ideas and trailblazing people

1/4/17 Jule Pattison-Gordon, The Bay State Banner “City loosens performance licensing

12/14/16 Steve Annear, Boston Globe “Music would fill local businesses under proposed Boston ordinance

12/12/16 Dan Atkinson, Boston Herald “Officials hope to make it easier for storefronts to host live acts

12/1/16 Sampan “Mayor Walsh, City Council President Michelle Wu seek to expand ‘Acoustic on Main’ and boost Main Streets districts

12/1/16 Alison Bauter, Roslindale Patch “Mayor: Scrap License Requirements for Acoustic Performers at Small Businesses

11/28/16 Galen Moore, Bostinno “Two Plot a Neon ‘Welcome’ Sign for Boston in the heart of San Francisco

11/21/16 Rachel Slade, Boston Magazine “Michelle Wu Has Big (Progressive) Ideas for the City

11/15/16 Michelle Wu, El Planeta “Opinion: Reconstruir el Sueño Americano depende de las ciudades

11/14/16 Michelle Wu, Boston Globe “It’s up to cities to rebuild the American Dream

11/4/16 Natasha Geiling, ThinkProgress “Women make great politicians – just look at Boston

11/4/16 Joseph Prezioso, The Boston Sun “A Day in the Life of Council President Michelle Wu

10/28/16 Chris Villani, O’Ryan Johnson, Boston Herald “Council prez Michelle Wu: ‘We need to be thinking big-picture’ on transit fix

10/27/16 South End News “Boston OneCard hearing

10/20/16 Kenton Shimozaki, Harvard Crimson “Boston City Council Unanimously Endorses Strike

10/19/16 Astead Herndon, Boston Globe “Harvard chided by City Council over dining hall worker pay

10/13/16 Lea Goldman and Rachel Sklar, Marie Claire “The New Guard: America’s 50 Most Influential Women

8/29/16 Michelle Wu and Josh Zakim, Boston Globe “Op-ed: Don’t trash the T

7/26/16 Astead Herndon, Boston Globe “Boston proposes an ID to make it easier to include all

7/12/16 Amanda Hoover, Boston Globe “City Council President Michelle Wu calls for bike safety improvements in Boston Globe op-ed

7/12/16 Michelle Wu, Boston Globe “Op-ed: The road to fear-free biking in Boston

6/27/16 Michelle Wu, El Planeta “Opinion: Boston debería ser para todos

6/25/16 Frank Bruni, New York Times “14 Young Democrats to Watch

6/17/16 John Lynds, East Boston Times “Councilors LaMattina and Wu Head to Netherlands, Denmark for GRC Climate Conference

5/10/16 Editorial Board, Boston Globe “City Hall’s language gap must be closed

5/10/16 Boston Herald Radio “Boston City Council President Michelle Wu checks in on NewsFeed

5/8/16 Tracee M. Herbaugh, Associated Press, CBS Boston “Boston, Long a BYOB Holdout, Says ‘Cheers’ To the Concept

5/6/16 Ling-Mei Wong, Sampan “Asian CDC honors Boston council president and local advocate

4/29/16 J.D. Capelouto, Boston Globe“Boston officially approves BYOB

4/29/16 Kyle Scott Clauss, Boston Magazine “City Licensing Board OKs BYOB in Boston

4/28/16 Andrew Ryan, Boston Globe “Residents can weigh in on city budget via webcam

4/22/16 Michelle Wu, Charlestown Patriot-Bridge “Op-ed: We Need a Transportation Transformation

4/13/16 Sanjay Salomon, Boston.com “Boston may offer electric car owners a break on excise taxes

3/30/16 Jiangyi Wang, Sampan “Boston city council president Wu hosts media meeting for greater accessibility

3/25/16 Hezi Jiang, China Daily “Quiet leader runs Boston’s City Council

3/23/16 Rebecca Rattner, Harvard Law Today “Counsel from a councilor: An interview with Michelle Wu ‘12

3/17/16 Meredith Goldstein, Boston Globe “City Council President Michelle Wu is Wentworth’s Woman of the Year

3/16/16 Sampan “Boston City Councilors file language and communications access ordinance”

3/3/16 Lindsey Weedston, Yes! Magazine “This Boston Politician Gave Birth While in Office – and Paved the Way for Paid Parental Leave

2/29/16 Michelle Wu and Setti Warren (Mayor of Newton), Boston Globe “Op-ed: Raising MBTA fares is not leadership

2/24/16 Paige Smith, The Daily Free Press “Women of Boston City Council talk about experience, goals for neighborhood

2/18/16 Sampan “City of Boston Lunar New Year celebration on Feb. 22

2/11/16 Arick Wong, Sampan “Boston City Council president Michelle Wu rings in Lunar New Year

2/5/16 Alex Ramirez, Spare Change News “Q&A with Michelle Wu

1/28/16 Meredith Goldstein, Boston Globe “Networking group ‘konnects’ with City Council president

1/26/16 Alexandra Koktsidis, Boston Globe “Michelle Wu says bridging inequality gap is a priority

1/26/16 Maddie Domenichella, The Daily Free Press “Boston Globe reporter hosts conversation with Michelle Wu

1/21/16 Cassidy DeStefano, The Huntington News “Q&A: Wu no stranger to local government

1/19/16 Sampan “Get Konnected! Honors Michelle Wu, Boston first Asian American City Council President on Jan. 26

1/14/16 Jiang Jiao, Women of China “Chinese-U.S. Woman Elected President of Boston City Council

1/12/16 David Ertischek, Jamaica Plain News “Michelle Wu on New Role as Boston City Council President, Schools and Sen. Elizabeth Warren

1/8/16 Ling-Mei Wong, Sampan “Asian American local politicians work to overcome stereotypes

1/7/16 Meghna Chakrabarti, WBUR Radio Boston “Newly-Elected Boston City Council President, Michelle Wu

1/7/2016 Adrian Walker, Boston Globe “Moving Past The Vote

1/6/16 Spencer Buell, Metro Boston “Metro Q+A: Michelle Wu, Boston’s newest City Council president

1/6/16 Jennifer Smith, Dorchester Reporter “President Wu offers ‘aggressive agenda’ on equality, opportunity as Council settles in

1/6/16 Editorial Board, Boston Globe “Michelle Wu brings the promise of fresh ideas

1/5/16 Steve Annear, Boston Globe “Michelle Wu is Mayor of Boston. Well, sort of

1/5/16 Meghan Irons, Boston Globe “Councilor’s rise to head of pack is historic

1/5/16 Frances Kai-Hwa Wang, NBC News “Michelle Wu Becomes First Asian-American President of Boston City Council

1/5/16 Jack Encarnacao, Boston Herald “Michelle Wu takes reins as Boston City Council as President

1/4/16 Andrew Ryan, Boston Globe “Michelle Wu makes history as City Council president

1/4/16 Jack Encarnacao, Boston Herald “Michelle Wu elected president of Boston City Council in landmark vote

1/4/16 WBUR Newsroom, WBUR “Michelle Wu Elected Boston City Council President

12/16/15 WBUR “Boston City Council Votes to Lift BYOB Ban

12/16/15 Andrew Ryan, Boston Globe “Boston City Council approves BYOB

12/16/15 Alex E. Weaver, BostInno “City Council Votes to Lift the BYOB Ban in Boston

12/16/15 Matt Rocheleau, Boston Globe “What a BYOB program might look like in Boston

12/11/15 Alex E. Weaver, BostInno “Why Now’s the Time to Lift the BYOB Ban in Boston: A Q&A with Michelle Wu, the city councilor leading the charger for change

12/8/15 Andrew Ryan, Boston Globe “BYOB may be gaining momentum in Boston

11/13/15 Andrew Ryan, Boston Globe “Wu says she has enough votes to be council president

11/11/15 Shirley Leung, Boston Globe “Visibility key for Asian-Americans

11/6/15 Andrew Ryan, Boston Globe “At least 3 vying to become next Boston City Council president

11/4/15 Matt Rocheleau, Boston Globe “Boston to tie record for most women serving on City Council

11/3/15 Matt Conti, North End Waterfront “City Council Election: Murphy Out, Essaibi-George In; Wu Tops North End Ticket

10/30/15 Editorial Board, Boston Globe “Ayanna Pressley, Michelle Wu deserve big win on Tuesday

10/28/15 Andrew Ryan, Boston Globe “Councilor Michelle Wu touts accomplishments in bid for reelection

10/27/15 David Ertischek, Jamaica Plain News “Q&A: Michelle Wu – Paid Parental Leave, Healthcare Equity and Accessible City Services

10/23/15 Michelle Wu, Jamaica Plain Gazette “Roslindale Neighbors: Wu: Connecting with Rozzie

10/1/15 Times Staff, East Boston Times-Free Press “Boston City Council Election 2015: Wu Campaigning on Housing and Education Issues

8/25/15 Andrew Ryan, Boston Globe “City Councilor Michelle Wu featured in Elle Magazine

8/3/15 Andrew Ryan, Boston Globe “Councilor Wu moving to Roslindale

7/9/15 Nick DeLuca, BostInno “City Councilor Michelle Wu: ‘Government Innovation Isn’t an Oxymoron’

6/27/15 Caitlyn McGoff, West Roxbury Transcript “Boston’s councilors-at-large discuss city’s future”

5/18/15 Carl Stevens, WBZ Radio “Mayor Walsh Approves Paid Family Leave For City Workers”

5/8/15 Andrea Dew Steele, Huffington Post “From Changing Diapers to Changing Policies”

5/8/15 Adrian Walker, Boston Globe “A much-wiser Michelle Wu back on the campaign trail”

4/29/15 Andrew Ryan, Boston Globe “City Council approves paid parental leave measure”

4/29/15 WBUR Newsroom, WBUR “Boston City Council Approves Paid Parental Leave Measure For Some City Workers”

3/31/15 Paul Burton, WBZ-TV “Boston City Councilor Brings Baby To Work, Fights For Parental Leave”

3/24/15 Kelly O’Brien, Boston.com “How the City Wants to Make Life Better for Working Parents”

3/27/2015 The Crimson Staff, Harvard Crimson “Continue Late Night T Services”

3/26/2015 The Editors, Daily Free Press “Paid leave gives parents the power”

3/25/2015 The Editorial Board, Boston Globe “Parental leave benefits everyone”

3/25/2015 Kylie Ayal, Daily Free Press “City Councilors file ordinance to offer paid parental leave to Boston employees”

3/24/2015 WGBH Greater Boston “Paid Parental Leave, Back Bay Fire, and Olympics Reversal”

3/24/2015 Marty Walsh and Michelle Wu, Boston Globe “Op-ed: Paid parental leave is a must for working families”

3/24/2015 Marie Szaniszlo, Boston Herald “Councilors pitch paid parental leave”

3/23/2015 Nate Boroyan, BostInno “After giving birth to her son, Councilor Michelle Wu is fighting for paid parental leave”

3/23/2015 Andrew Ryan, Boston Globe “Six weeks of paid parental leave proposed for city workers”

2/11/2015 Lindsey Hover, Daily Free Press “City Councilors Propose BYOB for City Restaurants”

2/10/2015 Boston Globe Editorial, Boston Globe “Raise a glass to BYOB proposal”

2/9/2015 Andrew Ryan, Boston Globe “Let diners bring own bottles, say councilors”

2/5/2015 Nicole Dungca, Boston Globe “T extends late-night service to June”

1/30/2015 Jon Chesto, Boston Globe “Car sharing pilot may take precious city parking spots”

1/26/2015 Todd Wallack, Boston Globe “Boston vows to review process for parking permits” 

1/22/2015 Lauren Dezenski, Dorchester Reporter “Olympic bid not a ‘done deal,’ says Wu; asks more transparency”

1/16/2015 Michelle Wu, WGBH News “Boston City Councilor: ‘Open Up The Conversation’ on Boston Olympics” 

1/15/2015 Matt Conti, North End Waterfront “City Councilor Michelle Wu Updates Neighborhood Council” 

1/11/2015 Mike Bednarsky, West Roxbury Patch “WRSE Pipeline Rebuttal to Spectra Ad Mailing” 

12/1/2015 Steve Annear, Boston Magazine “City Officials Want to ‘Level the Playing Field’ for Uber, Cabs”

9/18/2014 Meghan Irons, Boston Globe “Debate continues on pay raise for Boston City Council: Councilor Wu calls for review by citizen commission”

8/19/2014 Nick DeLuca, BostInno “MCC Votes Unanimously in favor of a Boston Literary Cultural District”

8/1/2014 Oliver Ortega, Boston Globe “Immigrant activists call for changes to proposed Boston ordinance”

7/9/2014 Nick DeLuca, BostInno “City Councilor Michelle Wu files an order to keep the LGBTQ homeless off the streets”

7/3/2014 Editorial Board, Boston Globe “To revitalize main streets, cut red tape at City Hall”

6/17/2014 Tom Keane, Boston Globe “City Council’s transgender vote is a brave move”

6/11/2014 Editor, The Rainbow Times “Boston City Council votes unanimously in support of gender therapy access ordinance for transgender municipal workers”

5/29/2014 Nicole Blake Johnson, State Tech Magazine “In Boston, Open Government means Open Data”

5/12/2014 Li Zhou, Beta Boston/Boston Globe “Boston must get more residents involved to grow its innovation economy

05/9/2014 Ling-Mei Wong, Sampan “First Chinese-American city councilor in Boston: Michelle Wu

05/09/2014 Peter Shanley, Jamaica Plain Gazette “Wu Holds Roundtable for Small Businesses

04/29/2014 Editorial, Boston Globe “City Council’s Humane Plan”

04/14/2014 Jeremy Fox, Boston Globe “Boston councilors to press for insurance coverage for city workers seeking gender reassignment surgery

04/09/2014 Michelle Wu, WGBH News Op-Ed “Boston’s Brave New World of Open Data Access

04/07/2014 Dennis Keohane, BetaBoston/Boston Globe “City Councilor Michelle Wu Proposes Open Data Ordinance for Boston

04/07/2014 Nick DeLuca, BostInno “Boston City Councilor Michelle Wu Files Ordinance to Make Municipal Data Transparent

02/27/2014 My South End News “Wu Files Hearing Orders On Small Business Permitting, Arts Funding; Files Resolution Supporting Domestic Workers”

02/26/2014 Meghan Irons, Boston Globe “Councilor Michelle Wu Pushes to Ease the Permitting and Licensing Process

01/18/2014 Wesley Lowery, Boston Globe “Young Protesters march for a library in Chinatown”

12/9/2013 Meghan Irons, Boston Globe “Campaign Trail Lessons: three young candidates in Boston’s recent elections share their campaign experiences and hopes for Mayor-Elect Marty Walsh

11/21/2013 Wesley Lowery, Boston Globe “Wu, Flaherty seize on opposition to Revere casino plan as first political battle of council tenures”

11/13 Martin Desmarais, Bay State Banner “Women top vote-getters in Boston at-large city council election”

11/9 Blue Mass Group “How to Win In Boston: Race, Class, or Being Michelle Wu”

11/3 Erin Smith, Boston Herald “Wu could tip mayoral scales”

11/2 Joe Battenfeld, Boston Herald “Martin Walsh takes slim lead into homestretch”

11/1 Meghan Irons, Boston Globe “Senator Elizabeth Warren to attend rallies for Council candidate Michelle Wu, incumbent Ayanna Pressley”

11/1 Erin Smith, Boston Herald “Liz Warren to stump for Michelle Wu at Roxbury rally”

11/1 Delores Handy, WBUR “Expect Many New Faces On Boston City Council”

11/1 Boston Herald “Walsh surges ahead of Connolly in new Suffolk-Herald poll”

10/30 Boston Globe “Editorial: Pressley, Wu, Flaherty, Kelly for at-large City Council

10/30 DigBoston “The Dig’s Endorsements”

10/30 David Li, Bostonese.com “Suzanne Lee and Michelle Wu Win Endorsements from Boston Herald” 

10/29 Farah Stockman, Boston Globe “Red tape stifles neighborhood revitalization”

10/28 Boston Herald “Editorial Endorsements: For Boston City Council”

10/27 Wesley Lowery, Boston Globe “For Wu, emergency household role helped to kindle political drive”

10/26  Boston Globe “Michelle Wu”

10/26 Meghan E. Irons, Boston Globe “Council hopefuls focus on safety”

10/25 El Planeta “Michelle con su español perfecto quiere seguir los pasos de Félix Arroyo”

10/23 Yawu Miller, The Bay State Banner “Michelle Wu on track to win seat in at-large Boston City Council race”

10/23 Jonathan T. Dame, Wicked Local “City Council at-large candidates focus on senior issues in West Roxbury”

10/11 Talia Whyte, Basic Black Program “Michelle Wu: Making Her Mark On Boston” 

10/10 Gintautas Dumcius, Dorchester Reporter “Reporter’s Notebook: Poll shows Pressley, Wu looking good in at-large finale”

10/9 Lawrence Harmon, Boston Globe “Boston City Council needs to hold the line on police contract”

10/7 Meghan E. Irons, Boston Globe “Pressley, Wu, Flaherty atop poll in at-large council race”

10/7 Nancy Lui, World Journal “10-10 braved the rain to participate in the parade”

9/26 Margery Eagan, Boston Herald “Star Emerges from the Pack”

9/25 Mark Arsenault, Boston Globe “Top tier emerges in at-large council race”

9/25 O’Ryan Johnson, Boston Herald “Candidates could shake up City Council”

9/25 David Bernstein, Boston Magazine “The Changing Face of the Boston City Council”

9/25 Phillip Martin, WGBH NEWS “When Will Boston Be Ready For a Mayor of Color”

9/25 Gintautas Dumcius, Dorchester Reporter “Pressley Tops Ticket in At-Large Prelim; Essaibi George also Makes Ballot”

9/25 Sampan “Michelle Wu ‘thrilled’ with Primary Results”

9/24 Hongyu Zhao, Epoch Times “Boston’s Preliminary Election”

9/24 David Ertischek, West Roxbury Patch “Michelle Wu Makes Funny Faces While Waiting for Polls to Close”

9/24 Boston Herald “Editorial: Today’s Vote Matters”

9/23 Wesley Lowery, Boston Globe “Rivals Crowd Boston’s Ballot in Bid for At-Large Slots”

9/23 Bostonese.com “Michelle Wu Campaigned in Ten City Neighborhoods in Get-out-the-vote Weekend”

9/23 Mary Blake, WBZ News Radio 1030 “Road to City Hall: 39 Candidates in Boston’s City Council Race”

9/22 Yvonne Abraham, Boston Globe “New Breed of Politicians Hit Boston”

9/20 David Bernstein, Boston Magazine “City Council At-Large Candidates Struggle For Attention”

9/18 Boston Herald “Editorial Endorsements: For Boston City Council”

9/15 Matt Szafranski, Western Mass Politics & Insight “Millennials A-Massing: Are Woo-Town and The Hub just the beginning?”

9/13 Ola Abiose, Policymic “4 Reasons Local Government Kicks Washington, D.C.’s Butt”

9/12 Barbara Lee “Barbara Lee Endorses Michelle Wu For Boston City Council”

9/12 El Mundo  “Conozca los candidatos al concejo de Boston”

9/11 Howard Manly, Bay State Banner “Boston City Council Candidates Hit the Streets for Open Seats”

9/2 David Ertischek, West Roxbury Patch “Q&A: Wu on Charter Schools, West Roxbury as  a Second Home, and Wu-Tang Clan”

8/29 Roll Call  “Female Candidates Waiting in Massachusetts’ Wings”

8/29 Bay State Stonewall Democrats  “BSSD endorses Michelle Wu for Boston City Council”

8/22 El Planeta “Las 50 Propuestas de Michelle Wu”

8/16 Lawrence Harmon, Boston Globe “Translate ‘national champions’ into Latin”

8/9 David Bernstein, Boston Magazine “Boston City Council Candidate Chat: Michelle Wu”

8/6 Bostonese.com “Campaigning for City Council, Michelle Wu Launches “50 Ideas for Boston Families” “

8/6 Becca Manning, North End Patch“Michelle Wu Visits North Bennet Street School, Shares ’50 Ideas for Boston Families’ “

8/6 North End Waterfront Michelle Wu Tours North Bennet Street School Construction Site in North End”

8/5 Universal Hub “Election Roundup”

8/5 Becca Manning, Charlestown Patch “Teamsters Local 25 Endorses Boston City Council Candidates”

8/2 David Bernstein, Boston Magazine “Insiders Pick the At-Large Elite Eight”

7/30 Sara Jacobi, South End Patch “Candidates Talk Art in the South End”

7/27 Hongyu Zhao, Epoch Times “Meet Michelle Wu”

7/21 David Ertischek, West Roxbury Patch “Should the BRA separate? City Council Candidates Weigh in”

7/18 Zack Huffman, Boston Courant “Ward 5 Dems Pick Wu, Pressley & Lee”

7/18 Ranjani Saigal, Lokvani.Com “Lokvani Talks to Michelle Wu”

7/17 Sarah Jacobi, South End Patch “Wu Opens Campaign HQ in the South End”

7/17 South End News “Michelle Wu Opens Campaign Office”

7/15 Emily Overholt, Boston.com “The Social Circuit: C.A. Webb shares her can’t-miss events this week”

7/12 Sara Jacobi, South End Patch “South End’s Wu Picks Up Ward 3 Democrats Endorsement”

7/11 Becca Manning, Charlestown Patch “Michelle Wu Visits Charlestown”

7/10 Becca Manning, North End Patch “Ward 3 Dems Endorse Four for Boston City Council Seats”

7/4 South End News “Michelle Wu hosted LGBT & Allies event at Cinquecento in the South End on June 13th”

6/21 David Ertischek, Roslindale Patch “Michelle Wu, At-Large City Council Candidate, Visits Rozzie’s Small Businesses”

6/17 Boston Korea “Michelle Wu, Candidate for Boston City Councilor At-Large”

6/14 Wesley Lowery and Andrew Ryan, Boston Globe “Boston to face crowded ballot”

6/11 Matt Conti, NorthendWaterfront.com “City Councilor At-Large Candidate, Michelle Wu, Introduced to North End”

5/3: Dave Wedge, Boston Herald “Minorities, women make mark in races”

4/11: Yvonne Abraham, Boston Globe “A Glaring Absence in Boston’s Mayoral Race”

4/4: Wesley Lowery, Boston Globe “Mayoral race could reshape Boston City Council” 

4/4: Gintautus Dumcius, Dorchester Reporter “Wu’s at-large bid kickoff draws impressive crowd”

4/4: Nancy Liu, The World Journal 世界新聞網-北美華文新聞、華商資訊 – 吳弭競選不分區市議員起跑 僑界力挺

4/4: Michele Maniscalco, South End News “Michelle Wu Kicks off City Council Campaign” 

4/3: Adrian Walker, Boston Globe “Michelle Wu Shows Promise for City’s Future”

4/3: Kate Donoghue, Blue Mass Group “Michelle Wu’s Campaign Kickoff: Edubs and Reading the Tea Leaves”

1/17: Andrew Ryan Boston Globe

1/4: JP Gazette “Wu runs for more diverse City Council

12/20/12: Blue Mass Group “On an entirely different topic

12/14/12: Mission Hill Gazette “South Ender Runs for City Council

12/14/12: North End Waterfront “Former North End resident Michelle Wu to run for City Council At-Large

12/13/12: Sarah Jacobi, South End Patch “South End resident Michelle Wu throws her hat in ring for City Council”

(Also published in Roslindale Patch 12/17/12, Beacon Hill Patch 12/17/12, Charlestown Patch 12/15/12)

12/12/12: Gintautus Dumcius, The Dorchester Reporter “Warren Aide Wu Casts Eyes on an At-Large Seat”

12/12/12: El Planeta “Michelle Wu se Lanza como Candidata a Concejal de Boston”

12/12/12: South End News “South Ender Declares for City Council

12/12/12: Chutze Chou, Sing Tao Daily 吴弭宣布参选不分区市议员

12/11/12: Boston Pol blog “Michelle Wu Announces Candidacy for Boston City Councilor”

12/10/12: David Bernstein, The Phoenix “Wu-Hoo!” or “Wu Who?”

12/10/12: Universal Hub “At-large Council Race Begins


3/9/19 Chris Lovett Neighborhood Network News “Tonight’s segment”

2/27/19 Meghan Ottolini, Boston Herald: “Massachusetts locals challenge MBTA fare hike” (0:33)

2/26/19 NECN Sue O’Connell “1-on-1 With Boston City Councilor Michelle Wu”

2/4/19 WGBH “Greater Boston Full Show: 02/04/19”

2/4/19 WGBH “Councilor Michelle Wu Calls For A Free T. Can We Do It?”

9/12/18 Harvard Law Today “65 Years, Countless Stories: Michelle Wu ’12”

11/2/2017 Seth McCoy, BNN – “Race for City Hall: William King & Michelle Wu – At-Large” (13:18)

12/11/2017 Boston Globe, “Watch: A conversation with the women of the Boston City Council”

11/29/2017 Shaun Chaiyabhat, WCVB ABC Boston – “Boston City Council unanimously approves plastic bag ‘ban’”

11/16/2017 Stephanie Coueignous, Fox 25 Boston – “Boston city councilor: Public transportation should be affordable, reliable”

11/8/2017 Perry Russom, NBC Boston – “6 of Boston’s 13 City Councilors Will Be Women of Color”

11/8/2017 Heather Hegedus, Fox 25 Boston – “Boston City Council makes history, electing six women of color”

4/24/17 WCVB: “City leaders debate over proposed shadow-casting Boston skyscraper” (1:08) 

1/26/16 Host: Joe Heisler, BNN News – Talk of the Neighborhood

1/10/16 WCVB Channel 5 Boston, On the Record – Wu Segment 1; Wu Segment 2;

1/10/16 Keller At-Large, CBS – Michelle Wu Talks Diversity in Politics

12/2/15 Refinery29 – “Meet the Women Changing the Face of Boston Politics

3/25/2015 WGBH Greater Boston “Paid Parental Leave, Back Bay Fire, and Olympics Reversal”

10/29/13: Chris Lovett, BNN News – “Candidate for City Councilor At-Large: Michelle Wu”

10/26/13: Boston Globe, City Council Debates – “Michelle Wu talks attracting tech firms to Boston”

10/24/13: Reporte Más, Boston Más TV – “Reporte Más Michelle Wu” – Video

10/23/13: Boston.com – “Speed Dating with Boston’s City Council Candidates”

10/11/13: Talia Whyte, Basic Black Program – “Michelle Wu: Making Her Mark On Boston” 

7/26/13: “Michelle for Boston, Public Safety, Peace, & Partnerships”- Video

7/11/13: “Michelle for Boston, Boston’s Parks and Playgrounds”- Video 

6/11/13: North End Waterfront  “Michelle Wu Meet and Greet in North End”


3/11/19 CommonWealth “Episode 142: Osgood details mayor’s transportation initiatives”

2/7/19 WBUR Maria Garcia “Full Episode: Sen. Ed Markey On Green New Deal, Should The MBTA Be Free?, Boston Symphony Grammy Awards”

2/7/19 WBUR Eve Zuckoff, Maria Garcia, Paris Alston “Should The T Be Free?”

2/27/19 Bloomberg “Baystate Business: The MBTA, Housing, Health Care (Radio)”

10/04/2017 Morning Meeting, Herald Radio – “Councilor looks at how pot shops will fit into neighborhoods”

4/17/17 Mattie Quinn, Governing “The 23 Percent” Podcast – “The Woman Who Pushed Boston to Be a Leader in Paid Family Leave [Episode 4]”

2/8/17 Bob Oakes, WBUR – “Boston City Council Establishes Civil Rights Committee In Response To President Trump” 

5/10/16 Boston Herald Radio 

1/7/16 Meghna Chakrabarti, WBUR Radio Boston – “Newly-Elected Boston City Council President, Michelle Wu”

10/14/13 Maggie Li, Asia Boston Radio – Candidate Michelle Wu: Boston City Councilor At-Large

9/10/13: Pastor Bruce Wall, Boston Praise Radio – Michelle Wu, Candidate for Boston City Council At-Large

9/2/13: Luis Avila 1330AM – Michelle Wu

5/10/16 Boston Herald Radio “Boston City Council President Michelle Wu checks in on NewsFeed”

1/9/13: WGBH Boston Public Radio – Michelle Wu Goes to City Hall?

1/7/16 Meghna Chakrabarti, WBUR Radio Boston – “Newly-Elected Boston City Council President, Michelle Wu

Cable TV

11/2/2017 Seth McCoy, BNN – “Race for City Hall: William King & Michelle Wu – At-Large” (13:18)

01/26/2014 Broadside with Jim Braude: Topping the Ticket Video

10/24/13: Reporte Más, Boston Más TV – “Reporte Más Michelle Wu” – Video

10/7/13: Boston Cable BNN-TV Channel #9, Suffolk County Sheriff’s Show, Common Ground 

8/22/13: Chris Lovett, BNN News, Candidate for City Councilor At-Large 

7/26/13: Seth McCoy, BNN News, All About Boston

6/27/13: WCEA TV Politica Entre Amigos

1/17/13: Common Ground with Sheriff Steve Tompkins 

12/15/12: The African Television Network of New England

1/21: Boston Cable BNN-TV Channel #9, Suffolk County Sheriff’s Show “Common Ground”














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