September 13, 2019: Historic Doyle’s Set to Close : JP Residents, Elected Officials Devastated

September 12, 2019: A flip of the switch to mitigate climate change

September 11, 2019: After 137 Years, Jamaica Plain Landmark Doyle’s to Close for Good

September 10, 2019: Report finds zero energy buildings within reach for many in Mass

September 10, 2019: Doyle’s Cafe in Jamaica Plain plans to shut its doors

September 10, 2019: Historic Doyle's In Jamaica Plain To Close

September 10, 2019: Doyle’s in Jamaica Plain plans to close, sell liquor license to Davio’s

August 28, 2019: Councilors O’Malley and Flynn call for hearing on gas leaks in Boston

August 19, 2019: Boston Public Schools pushing another 10,000 kids to delay-ridden MBTA

August 12, 2019: To save our climate, start with our buildings

August 8, 2019: Demonstration Calls Attention to Major National Grid Gas-Leak

July 31, 2019: Rally calls for National Grid to repair gas leaks

July 12, 2019: Could Election Day become a holiday?

July 11, 2019: Here’s why Matt O’Malley says it’s time to make Election Day a holiday in Boston

July 11, 2019: Would making Election Day a holiday increase voter turnout? Some city councilors think so

July 11, 2019: Boston mulls Election Day holiday

July 10, 2019: Make Election Day a holiday, Boston city councilor proposes

July 10, 2019: Should Election Day Be A Holiday In Boston?

June 25, 2019: City councilors, BPD consider solutions to summertime violence amid ‘spike’

June 25, 2019: Boston city councilors working to combat summer violence

June 24, 2019: Council holds hearing on violence after string of shootings

June 21, 2019: City to Pilot Curbside Food Composting and Textile Recycling Programs, Extend Residential Yard Waste Collection

June 19, 2019: Boston To Pilot Curbside Compost, Textile Recycling

June 19, 2019: Walsh seeks to sharply increase recycling, composting in Boston

June 17, 2019: Matt O’Malley talks Boston’s future with e-scooters and micro-mobility

June 7, 2019: Council Wants Menstrual Equity in Boston

June 7, 2019: O’Malley Proposes Curbside Textile Recycling

June 6, 2019: Free Menstrual Products in Public Buildings Proposed By Councilors O’Malley and Edwards

June 5, 2019: Menstrual products considered for Boston public restrooms

June 4, 2019: Boston councilors to consider free menstrual products in schools and other city buildings

May 17, 2019: City Council to Hold Hearing on Summer Violence Prevention

May 16, 2019: Councilors Want to Restrict E-Cigs and Vaping

May 16, 2019: Teenage e-cigarette use is ‘an unrecognized epidemic,’ Boston city councilor says

May 16, 2019: MBTA, Keolis Vow To Clean Property Neighbors Call A ‘Dangerous Eyesore’

May 15, 2019: Boston police commissioner, councilors hope to get in front of summer violence

May 15, 2019: City Councilor calls youth vaping public health crisis; wants more restrictions

May 15, 2019: Boston city councilors look to tackle teen vaping surge

May 14, 2019: Boston City Councilor Matt O’Malley seeks more restrictions on e-cigarettes

May 8, 2019: After Police Officer Struck in Forest Hills, Councilors Continue Push to Make Area Safer

May 6, 2019: IMPACT Melanoma Gears Up for Busy Melanoma Awareness Month

May 2, 2019: IMPACT Melanoma Partners with Arbella Insurance Group to Bring Sun Safety Station to Millennium Park

May 1, 2019: Boston City Council backs rail service to Springfield

May 1, 2019: Boston City Council votes to support Springfield-to-Boston high-speed passenger rail

April 24, 2019: Arboretum gets a solar boost

April 10, 2019: Boston City Council supports state Medicare-for-all healthcare reform

April 9, 2019: Matt O’Malley is Boston’s Environmental City Councilor

March 31, 2019: E-scooters one step closer to Boston rollout

March 29, 2019: Five things you need to know today, and about those empty storefronts ...

March 27, 2019: Boston closer to approving e-scooters and electric bikes, but there’s still ‘a ways to go’ before you’ll see fleets of them

March 27, 2019: Mayor Walsh on Boston Parking Ticket Errors: 'We'll Fix It'

March 27, 2019: Boston City Council kick-starts electric scooter guidelines

March 27, 2019: Boston City Council gives green light to electric scooter, micro-mobility licensing ordinance

March 27, 2019: Electric Scooters Scoot Closer To Rolling Out In Boston

March 27, 2019: Free Doc About Dominican Republic Traditions, Culture at Connolly Library on April 1

March 22, 2019: Addressing Climate Change in Boston

March 19, 2019: City Councilor Matt O’Malley holds Irish Flag Raising Event

March 19, 2019: Boston makes its move into electricity purchasing for its residents and businesses

March 11, 2019: As Boston Aims To End Traffic Deaths, Deadliest Streets Often Go Overlooked

March 8, 2019: Boston City Councilors Eye Pension Fund Divestment, Reinvestment

March 6, 2019: Councilors press city on investments

March 5, 2019: Residents Push for Changes to Dangerous West Roxbury Intersection

March 1, 2019: Hearing raises questions about Boston investments

February 28, 2019: Boston City Council Works on Scooter Ordinance

February 19, 2019: Ride The MBTA With Boston City Councilor Matt O'Malley

February 15, 2019: More of this please: District 6 Councilor Matt O’Malley to hold MBTA office hours – 19 Feb 2019

February 11, 2019: Baystate Business: Markets, Politics and the Beanpot

February 2, 2019: Marty Walsh has a plan for dockless electric scooters in Boston

January 28, 2019: Councilors Wu and O’Malley refile local wetlands protection ordinance

January 15, 2019: JP Event to Reclaim Inauguration Anniversary for Inclusion, Immigrant Rights

December 28, 2018: Councilor Matt O’Malley’s office gives Bellevue Hill updates

December 26, 2018: Want to be a greener citizen in 2019? A local ice cream chain can help.

December 26, 2018: Councilor O’Malley Loves Girl Scout Cookies

December 24, 2018: J.P. Licks and O’Malley Debut Boston’s First Coffee Composting Station

December 22, 2018: A quarter of Boston’s new buildings are not meeting basic standards for clean energy

December 19, 2018: JP Licks To Give Away Used Coffee Grounds For Composters

December 14, 2018: Boston’s ban on single-use plastic bags begins Friday; here’s what you need to know

December 13, 2018: Plastic Bag Ban Officially Goes Into Effect in Boston

December 10, 2018: What You Need to Know: Boston’s Plastic Bag Ordinance Goes Into Effect on Dec. 14.

December 8, 2018: Boston plastic bag ban starts Friday

November 23, 2018: JP Observer: Spread the word, not the mess: Plastic bags are out; cleaner electricity coming

November 23, 2018: Remembering Our Veterans

November 14, 2018: City pension funds under scrutiny

November 9, 2018: City Council holds hearing regarding dockless mobility, electric scooters

November 9, 2018: City Council, union workers rail against National Grid at hearing

November 1, 2018: Boston City Council Angry With National Grid Over No Show

October 31, 2018: Council slams gas-safety hearing no-shows

October 30, 2018: City Council discusses gas infrastructure, labor dispute

October 26, 2018: Councilors Wu and O’Malley File Local Wetlands Protection Ordinance

October 25, 2018: Inside Track: To the Victors Goes the Grub

October 24, 2018: City Council Holds Hearing Regarding Dockless Mobility Scooters

October 17, 2018: Want Boston To Be A Carbon-Neutral City? Raise Energy Efficiency Standards For Buildings

October 16, 2018: Electric scooter rentals to get test run in Boston

October 15, 2018: Boston Eyes Electric Scooter Pilot In 2019

October 2, 2018: One Out Of Every Five New Buildings In Boston Is Energy Inefficient

September 22, 2018: Gas infrastructure in Mass.: A recipe for disaster?

September 20, 2018: City Councilors Push for Examination of Boston’s Gas Infrastructure

September 19, 2018: Councilors Matt O’Malley, Ed Flynn, Ayanna Pressley examine natural gas safety in Boston

September 19, 2018: Boston officials want a good look at status of city’s gas issues

September 19, 2018: As Boston City Councilors call for meeting on gas safety, locked out National Grid workers protest outside

September 19, 2018: Boston City Council Calls For Hearing On Gas Utility Companies

September 19, 2018: Boston City Councilors vote on safety measures to prevent another natural gas explosion

September 19, 2018: After gas line disaster, Boston city councilor expresses renewed concern over leaks

September 19, 2018: Boston councilors place focus on city’s pipelines

September 19, 2018: Boston city councilors to push for gas line safety review

September 18, 2018: After Merrimack Explosions, Boston Officials Push for Gas Line Repairs

August 23, 2018: Boston councilor wants new buildings to be more energy efficient

August 22, 2018: Dockless rides keep landing in Boston

August 20, 2018: Catholics remain skeptical after Francis’ apology for abuse

August 7, 2018: William Gross sworn in as BPD commissioner

August 6, 2018: Councilor O’Malley introduces hearing order on dockless transportation

August 2, 2018: Matt O’Malley’s Busy Day: Dockless Transportation, Supporting Locked Out National Grid Workers and Mobile Infrastructure

July 27, 2018: JP Observer: Trees on private property need protections

July 13, 2018: Local organizations and public servants advocate for transgender rights

June 25, 2018: State Lab Community Garden Members Dedicate Little Free Library Honoring Co-Founder

June 22, 2018: City action on approved clean energy program at a standstill; Councilor O’Malley objects

June 22, 2018: SideTrack: Desiree Linden, Matt O’Malley, Keven Undergaro and more

June 20, 2018: Councilor Matt O’Malley Proclaims June 20 as “Des Linden Day”

March 21, 2018: City Council considering net zero carbon emission regulation for future construction

March 8, 2018: Q&A: City Councilor O’Malley on Banning Plastic Bags, Gentrification, Dog Parks and More

February 23, 2018: O’Malley tackling curbside composting again

February 22, 2018: Website to explain Boston’s new ban on single-use plastic shopping bags is on the way

January 12, 2018: BPS will not implement new start times after blowback

November 29, 2017: Boston City Councilors Unanimously Approve Plastic Bag Ban

September 29, 2017: City councilors pen letter to FAA, Massport on plane noise

September 19, 2017: O’Malley Wants to Evaluate City’s Emergency Preparedness for Extreme Weather

August 23, 2017: Councilors’ column: Advantages of Community Choice Energy

August 10, 2017: Boston City Council honors WR resident Tom Dillon

August 4, 2017: Councilors Wu and O’Malley file CCE authorization order for Boston

August 3, 2017: Councilor O’Malley Supports State Bills to Improve Oral Health Care for Those in Need

July 31, 2017: JP Observer: Boston needs to opt for cleaner electricity

April 16, 2017: First-Ever Women’s Olympic Marathon Champion, Boston Marathon Winner Honored By Councilor O’Malley

April 11, 2017: ‘Starstruck’ city councilor to honor Joan Benoit Samuelson

February 16, 2017: O’Malley for O’Malley, again

February 2, 2017: Q&A: Matt O’Malley on Dog Parks, Gas Leaks and Development

January 20, 2017: West Roxbury's Councilor Matt O'Malley details goals for '17

January 12, 2017: JP and City Councillor Matt O’Malley

January 8, 2017: O'Malley: Shovel Out A Hydrant, Get A J.P. Licks Gift Certificate (Kids Only)

December 27, 2016: Councilor O'Malley aims to refile plastic bag ordinance in 2017

December 24, 2016: Gas Companies risk Boston permits if leaks not fixed

November 30, 2016: Boston plastic bag ban bill moves forward

November 28, 2016: JP Shines, O’Malley Team Up to Track and Decrease Cigarette Litter

November 25, 2016: Boston honors female WWII marine

July 12, 2016: Boston City Councilor Proposes Crack Down on Utility Companies

April 27, 2016: City Council approves move to name Boston’s ‘Latin Quarter’

February 21, 2016: O’Malley proposes bill to target puppy mills

December 8, 2015: Boston councilor proposes ‘safe spaces’ for online purchases

September 26, 2015: Community Celebrates JP Branch Library Renovation

September 2, 2015: City Councilor O'Malley Wants Verizon Fios in Boston

August 7, 2015: O’Malley calls for hearing on gas leaks

May 11, 2015: O’Malley on Pipeline: ‘This is the Biggest Issue in Southwest Boston’

April 28, 2015: City councilor wants free sunscreen in Boston parks

October 22, 2014: Hoyts honored by city as symbols of strength

December 2, 2013: Councilor tops Menino’s vote count record

February 7, 2013: Councilor touts year-round outdoor drinking fountains