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43 min ago | Boston.com
The real-life narrative of the Probation Department trial that resulted in guilty verdicts Thursday could be the text of a winning political ad for Charlie Baker, the Republican candidate for governor who rails against the failures of one-party rule on Beacon Hill.
4 hrs ago | City of Boston
Boston Centers for Youth & Families and Adaptive Sports New England are teaming up to offer a new Wheelchair Sports Week at the BCYF White Stadium Sports Center.
9 hrs ago | Patch.com
Foul-mouthed "Ted" is returning to the North Shore this summer and you'll have a chance to be part of the movie this weekend.
11 hrs ago | Business Journal
One week after Boston landlord Sege Safar sold 207 Newbury St. in Boston for $7.6 million, he bought two other Back Bay buildings for $12 million, according to public records.
15 hrs ago | Boston.com
Protesting Market Basket workers returned to their jobs and picket lines outside the 71 stores in the region Thursday morning buoyed by the offer from ousted chief executive Arthur T. Demoulas to buy out his relatives and end the family feud that is roiling one of New England's largest supermarket chains.
Sources tell 7News shareholders will not be attending the Market Basket meeting Friday morning; it will just be the board of directors.
"We actually have goats right now at this very moment eating poison ivy and hopefully this will open up this space to be more accessible green area," interim parks Commissioner Chris Cook said.
It was a tough sell back in 1978: convince farmers from the far edges of the state to travel to Boston's core to sell their wares at three of the city's first farmers markets.
SPRINGFIELD - As city officials consider potential reuses of four long-closed fire stations in Springfield , their hopes are boosted by a recent report outlining success stories from around Massachusetts and beyond Fort Point Consulting Inc., of Chelsea, hired for the $20,000 study, details the benefits, challenges and strategies of selling the ... (more)
The owners of Shenanigan's in South Boston have bought an old party-supply store on Neponset Avenue and plan to turn it into a full-service restaurant with a similar theme and menu.
Boston, MA - 2,000 activists from 14 local student, faith, and political organizations marched from Copley Square to the Massachusetts State House yesterday to protest Israel's continued military assault on Palestinians in Gaza.
A rendering showing a view of the new Harbor Towers buildings from the harbor. The new buildings are at the center of the rendering, to the right of the existing Harbor Towers buildings.
A group of pedestrians jaywalk across the BU Bridge crosswalk parallel to Commonwealth Avenue despite a don't walk sign facing them and behind them.
The City of Boston is enlisting the aid of some skilled four-legged helpers in order to combat poison ivy, buckthorn, Japanese knotweed, and other invasive plant species growing on Boston Parks and Recreation Department property.
Boston Public Library's Concerts in the Courtyard continue through August 29, welcoming visitors to experience the music of local and international artists in a variety of genres at the Central Library in Copley Square, located at 700 Boylston Street.
The jury in the corruption trial of former probation chief John J. O'Brien and two top aides have resumed deliberations this morning, marking the start of their fifth day of closed-door conversation a Boston courthouse.
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