Beth Treffeisen

I moved to Boston from New Rochelle, NY in 2011 to study journalism at Emerson College. Four years later, I found myself pulled into NewBostonPost, an exciting new adventure that takes journalism to the next level and gives voice to Bostonians who aren’t always heard. I’m excited about reporting stories of life in the city of Boston because there are so many aspects of this city that I love: the community, character, quirky rules, and the distinctive history. All of these unique attributes invite me in and welcome me into my new home. [email protected]

Items by Beth Treffeisen

Report highlights challenges for Boston’s elders

Boston library taps interim leader Leonard for president

Hub offers plenty of ways to enjoy the outdoors this weekend

Huntington Theatre staves off moving in Walsh-brokered deal

Boston Common Frog Pond reopening set for June 24

Bay State moves into top slot in senior health rankings

Getting to know Allston (video)

Boston board promotes bicycling as healthy mode of travel

Free sunscreen offered at 200 spots around Boston, New England

MIT bionics leader Herr wins Spanish research prize

Ariana serves up Afghan cuisine in Brighton

When rain falls, these lines aim to brighten your day

‘Boston Calling’ gets set to take over City Hall Plaza

Flags for the fallen ripple over Boston Common

Walsh taps DNC data expert to lead Boston analytics team

Former JP church will come alive with ‘Latin Spectacle’

Jacob Wirth offers a blast from the Theater District’s past

Walsh, plagued by City Hall probe, heads to DC for gun talk

African art show opens at Harvard’s Cooper Gallery

Free funfest set to open Seaport’s Lawn on D

Boston’s Lithuanian community thrives despite pressures

Salsa dancing gives growing crowds fun way to meet friends

Portuguese fest draws out varied Hub community

Couple of coleslaw connoisseurs put side dish in the spotlight

Alcohol-infused bubble tea adds diversity to Hub menu

WATCH: Spoof outlines POTUS post White House plans

Working moms fare best in Vermont, less so in Mass.

Polish fest highlights a corner of Dorchester culture

BYOB may soon be allowed for Boston diners, with limits

Wellesley widow receives Boston Post cane at 105

Boston Council seeks to apply brakes to drivers

Ideas unleashed by Dorchester ‘hackathon’ for kids

Boston drivers face costly crunch as parking disappears

Hair braiders trying to weave success face licensing snarls

Entrepreneurs go from silent dances to aiding elders

Boston Harbor, once dirtiest, now clean, agency tells judge

Boston marks Patriot’s Day with parade, Revere reenactment

Singer Peter Wolf gets his ‘Day’ in Boston

Students craft space-based genetic tests in contest

Verizon plans $300 million fiber network for Boston

Solar power bill gets Baker signature, unlocking industry

As Seaport’s menu evolves, Barking Crab anchors tradition

Boston adjusting traffic light timing to fight congestion

MBTA sets up a public online performance monitor

Boston’s evolving face creates change in Southie

BRA wins 6 more years for urban renewal in Council vote

Where does Boston’s trash go?

Boston’s Newmarket feels development pressures

Project aims to add 710 housing units to Boston’s South End

Agency opens $100 million fund to remove lead water pipes

Housing developments from Brighton to Southie win approval

Boston sets ‘random acts of kindness’ day to mark marathon bombing

Big Apple Circus sets up on City Hall plaza

Performing arts space survey begins as city wraps up study

How to mix up some St. Patrick’s Day cheer

Suburban living may be less ‘green’ than it appears

Quabbin sacrificed country towns to supply a thirsty Boston

Harvard grads will hear from Hollywood great Spielberg

Boston unveils plan to foster small business growth

Is Boston’s water safe?

Walsh outlines plans to spur middle-income housing

In Boston, liquor licenses can play a key growth role

Boston’s City Hall Plaza slated for a fun facelift

Walsh taps two for Boston economic development posts

Bostonians’ concerns to shape citywide planning effort

Singles get answers on how to beat the lopsided numbers game in dating

Boston names three women as first artists in residence

Classical music comes to a living room near you

Boston calls for ideas to ‘reimagine’ public spaces

Our top 10 bars in the Hub for meeting people

Hub’s would-be fliers offered a chance to soar in Red Bull fest

Wildlife, people increasingly intersect as territories overlap

Boston names Morales Youth & Families commissioner

Here’s how denizens of Harvard Yard plan to celebrate an icy Valentine’s Day

Boston neighborhoods reshaped by gentrification

Digital dating draws users but meeting face-to-face still rules

Create your own Valentine’s love potion

Voter registration deadline nears for March 1 primary

Foster grandparents enrich toddlers’ lives – and vice versa

Capturing adoption through family and photography

Dorchester family brings two sisters into their home

Boston sets up new parking ticket payment app

Boston City Hall showcases art for Black History Month

Homelessness surging as Boston mounts yearly count

Northern Ave. bridge demise mourned, opposed by some

Fenway Park is morphing into a gigantic ski slope for February competition

Five Horses Tavern offers hearty comfort foods with a healthy twist

Volunteers and students create and cooperate at Martin Luther King day of service

Listen, watch, read, discuss: How to honor Dr. King

Dog-sharing app connects owners to the canine-deprived

SWAT Cat, MIA for a month, saunters back

Boston Calling announces May 2016 lineup

Boston’s Frost Ice Loft serves drinks in frozen splendor

T sets fare-hike public meetings across the Hub

Boston sets affordable-housing record even as thousands still wait

Boston’s flood zone grows, adding insurance costs for thousands

Jerod Mayo’s brand of frozen treat will help Boston hospital

Boston treats elders to a New Year’s Eve party all their own

Boston readies for a warmer New Year’s Eve celebration

Free Lyft rides offered for New Year’s Eve by Boston firm

Boston planners tap commuters to shape ideas for 2030

Holiday Cocktails

Ride uberPOOL today and help the Pine Street Inn end homelessness

Baker kicks off Salvation Army’s celebrity bell ringer competition

Holidays take many meanings in Boston (video)

Boston’s library lit up by Celebration of Lights

Clandestine group dumps tea to protest taxes!

Christmas tree growers invest time to produce perfect firs

Lyft drivers form tight bonds at ride-share service

Fashion faux pas bring joy as runners don ugly sweaters for charity

Boston celebrates its longest-married couples — Gallery

Volunteer opportunities abound in Boston

Menorahs spread their light across Boston — Gallery

Boston elders turn memories into living history

Boston curator spies, retrieves stolen Champlain map

Skaters dazzle before giant Christmas tree lights up Boston Common

Carols ring across Beacon Hill as Christmas tree lights shine

‘Selfie booth’ travels city in search of views

‘Memory Cafe’ creates community for people with dementia

Dogs bring joy to nursing homes through volunteers

Hazardous toys still found on stores, online

Tons of thanks as Franciscans provide turkeys to Boston’s needy

Shake up the drink menu this Thanksgiving

Computer trainers help Boston baby boomers reach Internet speed

Pets brighten shut-ins’ days through Boston nonprofit

Basketball brings older players to the courts of Boston

Luxury high-rises spur new gentrification worries in Chinatown

Gingerbread house creators help build homes for families

Boston volunteers plan to ‘thank a vet’

Baraka Café transports customers to North Africa

WATCH: Salem rises again for Halloween

Spooky cocktails are easy to make for Halloween

Boston vegetarian food festival celebrates its 20th year — Gallery

Dogs dress up for Halloween, too — Gallery

Indian food comes alive at these Boston bistros

Hubway bike share program expands, adding Brighton

Great Bay oyster reef reboot aided by local restaurants

Regatta draws rowers, throngs to banks of the Charles — Gallery

WATCH: Get to know Moody Street in Waltham

Organic apple growers overcome challenges to offer healthier fruit

WATCH: Welcome to Chinatown

Coffee-filled cocktails

Continuing traditions at the Topsfield Fair — Gallery

Say hello to Boston’s favorite dog

Beer tour helps Bostonians explore Portsmouth-area breweries

A New England guide to Oktoberfest

Historic Topsfield Fair begins 197th edition Friday

Museums hand out free passes for Saturday

GRLZ Radio: allowing young women to be heard and respected

Daunting challenges for Boston Public School teachers

Boston Public Library Foundation taps Gardner’s Bevilaqua as director

Boston expands free WiFi service to more neighborhoods

Sharing best practices between Boston schools creates lasting relationships

Multichannel shopping reshapes how consumers think about clothing

Whale watchers rejoice: Increase of food brings back more wildlife

Russell House Tavern: Specialty Cocktails

Toast to the end of summer

Italian Home for Children: innovative instruction with new urban garden

Creating community: Boston cohousing

Making Massachusetts safer for bicycling

El Pelón Taqueria: bringing tasty and affordable Mexican food to Boston

How to prepare for Boston’s big move-in day

Future Chefs: Preparing teens for life after school

Home Sweet Home: shatterless entertainment

Sumu: a new online platform to find the perfect roommate

31st Annual Massachusetts Tomato Contest

Lulu’s Allston: uniquely crafted eats and drinks

Better together — a family’s story of giving

Welcome to Kenmore

Barking Crab: serving up seafood in an urban clam shack

Home Sweet Home: organizer’s dream

Boston launches new 311 system

Late night hunger left unsatisfied

Trinity Boston Foundation works to create stronger communities

Welcome to South Boston

Strega Waterfront: summer cocktails

Home Sweet Home: breakfast nook charm

Staycation: how to vacation at home in Boston

1915 Boston Post newspaper found

Boston Post cane tradition continues today

Welcome to the North End

Sunrise roof-top yoga

Boston Derby Dames: Nutcrackers compete against the Wicked Pissahs

Summer Mock-tails to Cocktails for the Entire Family

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