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Last week, the first year preservation carpentry students from North Bennet Street School paid a visit to the Fowler Clark Epstein Farm in Mattapan to conduct an exploratory investigation of the circa 1786 farmhouse. Instructor Steven O'Shaughnessy led the effort to carefully peel back the...

Noah Hicks and The Sip & Spoke Bike Kitchen wrapped up their Indie Go Go fundraising campaign this week. With over 200 donors, Noah and his team were able to raise $18,732 in start-up capital for the new business in the historic Upham's Corner Comfort...

Historic Boston is very grateful to everyone who supported the organization's end-of-the-year fundraising campaign. You - our donors- are also our partners in preserving Boston's past and building strong neighborhoods. All donations to HBI- large and small- helped at year's end, and launched a healthy new...

Dorchester entrepreneur Noah Hicks recently launched an Indie Go Go campaign to raise $50,000 of start-up capital for his new business -- The Sip and Spoke Bike Kitchen  in the historic Upham's Corner Comfort Station. A bike repair and coffee shop, Sip and Spoke Bike Kitchen...