1.1 min readBy Published On: January 5th, 2020Categories: News0 Comments on Caught in Dot’s Top 10

A year has come and gone!  Here are the top 10 posts on Caught in Dorchester in 2019! Check them out!


Announcement of Dorchester Brewing Co’s expansion starts the list!


Missing 16-year-old Emily Nguyen from Dorchester was found and safe and sound.


Back in September, there was a serious crash on Morrissey Boulevard involving a scooter and a vehicle.


Accordia Partners formalized a 99-year, $235M ground lease for the 20-acre Bayside Expo Property owned by UMass Boston.


In light of the ZBA bribery scandal, Craig Galvin, a Dorchester realtor and member of the Zoning Board of Appeal has resigned from the board.  


Do you think you could live in 260 square feet of living space? What if the rent was as cheap as $650 per month?  The micro apartments housing project right here in Dorchester was approved by the Zoning Board of Appeals.


Boston police were actively investigating the report of a missing woman who was last seen at Hennessy’s near Faneuil Hall.


Police were on the scene for a death investigation on the Neponset Bike Path behind the MBTA Mattapan Station.


Four kids tried to rob an Uber in Dorchester. 


Why is Savin Hill called Savin Hill? 

Looking forward to bringing you more neighborhood news & entertainment in 2020!  Please sure with your friends and family!  Help us spread the word!

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