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On Neighborhood Network News November 25

Reaction from Roxbury to the grand jury decision about the shooting of an unarmed black teenager by a white police officer in Ferguson, Missouri. We'll talk about a new report on the state of poverty in Massachusetts with the executive director of MASSCAP, Joe Diamond. And we'll talk with the director of the Mayor's Office of New Bostonians, Alejandra St. Guillen, about clinics for immigrants affected by President Obama's new protections against deportation.

Note: After November 25, the next newscast for BNN News will be December 1.


Elrika Figaro (right) prepares members of the US Army Jr. ROTC for marching in the November 11 Veterans Day Parade in downtown Boston. (Lovett photo) More photos.

Reaction from Roxbury to Decision on Ferguson

Video. People in Roxbury react to the grand jury's decision not to bring charges for the killing of an unarmed black teenager by a white police officer. Report aired November 25.

Boys & Girls Clubs Opens Mattapan Teen Center

Video. Boys and Girls Clubs of Boston opens a new teen center at the former site of a branch library on Hazelton Street in Mattapan. Report aired November 24.

A Trickle-Down Remedy for Groundwater Loss

Video. Porous pavement helps reduce depletion of groundwater needed for buildings in the South End, while curbing pollution. Report aired November 21.

Holiday Arts Events on Tap, with Discounts

Video. Thanks to discounts from MayorsHoliday.com, more people in Boston can have access to arts events and performances over the holidays. Report aired November 19.

Groundbreaking Takes Place for "Seaport Square"

Video. Work starts on a mixed use development in the Seaport district with more than 800 apartments and the area's largest concentration of retail space. Report aired November 14.

City Officials Pressed to Help Displaced Homeless

Video. At a packed meeting, city officials are urged to do more to help hundreds displaced by the shutdown of shelter and recovery facilities on Long Island. Report aired November 13.

Greater Boston Food Bank Holds Turkey Drive

Video. Supporters at the Greater Boston Food Bank help out with its annual turkey drive, an effort to help with holiday meals for 87,000 people in need. Report aired November 13.

Mayor Walsh Comments on Learning Gap Report

Video. Mayor Walsh comments on a new report about the racial and gender gap in achievement in the Boston Public Schools. Report aired November 13.

New Violence Prevention Curriculum Introduced

Video. A new violence prevention curriculum, including billboards and a video featuring young survivors, is prepared for students in the Boston schools. Report aired November 6.

Transitional Housing for Women Opens in Roxbury

Video. A ribbon-cutting takes place in Roxbury at new transitional housing for women in recovery opened by The Dimock Center. Report aired November 5.

Baker/Polito Supporters Celebrate Victory

Video. While postponing what would later be a full victory speech, Charlie Baker address supporters after being projected as the next governor of Massachusetts. Report aired November 5.

West Roxbury Voters Turn Out for General Election

Video. As people throughout Massachusetts pick new leaders and decide ballot questions, voters turn out in West Roxbury at Holy Name Parish Hall. Report aired November 4.

A Last Hurrah for Mayor Menino in Roslindale

Video. Residents say their last thank you to former mayor Tom Menino, as his motorcade makes its way from downtown to a funeral in Hyde Park. Report aired November 3.

People from Boston Share Memories of Menino

Video. People from Boston line up to express condolences and share memories of former Mayor Tom Menino, including stories of personal encounters. Report aired October 31.

Officials Speak on Legacy of Tom Menino

Video. Reacting to the passing of Tom Menino, Mayor Walsh and city councilors reflect on the legacy of Boston's longest-serving mayor. Report aired October 30.

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