Neighborhood Network News: 11/8/18

Our top story: sharing the bounty of the holidays with people in need. That was the task this morning at the Greater Boston Food Bank, where a chain of volunteers--including Mayor Walsh, helped unload a supply of turkeys.

A former driver for Uber has pleaded not-guilty to allegedly raping a passenger. The victim--a woman in her twenties--was picked up early Tuesday morning, after a birthday celebration.

Young people in Dorchester are exploring the powers of color and imagination, thanks to a program called Living Art. Currently based at the Marshall Community Center, the program gives students a chance to paint the world around them, and transform it through a personal vision that can be shared with the community.

Interview with Giselle Sterling, Boston's Commissioner of Veterans' Services.

Original Air Date: 
Nov 8, 2018