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Wednesday afternoon the two Market Basket CEOs issued a statement regarding employees who have been protesting the firing of former CEO Arthur T. Demoulas.
Nine months after a judge overturned his murder conviction, Michael Skakel is expected in court today.
A powerful fire ripped into three buildings in East Boston this morning, sending a large plume of smoke above the city's skyline and leading Boston Fire Commissioner Joseph E. Finn to take command of the six-alarm blaze which was brought under control in an hour.
Smoke could be seen rising into the sky above East Boston after a fire broke out on Sumner Street on Wednesday morning.
With East Boston set to receive $18 million a year and another $30 million over 10 years for capital projects under the recently signed surrounding community agreement between Mohegan Sun and the City of Boston, the neighborhood's elected officials are reacting to the agreement this week.
Rep. Carlo Basile's work to get all the parks surrounding the vent building reopened and others across Meridian Street adopted by the Health Center should be commended.
East Boston travelled last weekend as several East Bostonians made the trek to Revere Beach to check out the Revere Beach National Sand Sculpting Festival.
An East Boston couple was arraigned yesterday on charges they beat and robbed a cab driver that refused to break traffic laws in order to get them to their destination, Suffolk County District Attorney Daniel F. Conley said.
Legislation capping out-of-pocket patient spending on prescription drugs suddenly emerged in the Senate Tuesday and was quickly approved.
Apparently, drivers aren't the only ones susceptible to road rage. According to authorities, the case of a recent taxi cab robbery shows that sometimes, backseat drivers are the ones who go off.
Mayor Martin J. Walsh and the Boston Parks and Recreation Department will celebrate the opening of the new state-of-the-art soccer field at LoPresti Park in East Boston with a ribbon cutting celebration at noon on Tuesday, July 22. The opening marks the completion of the first phase of a $1.1 million project at the park located at 33 Sumner St. The ... (more)
Celeste Ribeiro Myers, candidate for Suffolk County's State Representative seat in the First District, last week committed to refusing campaign donations from special interest organizations and political action committees and challenged her opponent to do the same.
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