For the first time in a generation, Boston will have a new mayor. Over the next two months, WBUR will explore the race to replace Mayor Thomas Menino through the eyes of the residents who live and work in Boston and explore how some neighborhoods have changed in the 20 years since Menino was first elected. Check back here as we explore a new neighborhood square each week.
The preliminary election on Sept. 24 winnowed the field of 12 candidates to two, leaving state Rep. Marty Walsh and Boston City Councilor John Connolly vying to replace Menino. WBUR's complete coverage of the mayoral race can be found here.