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Mayor-elect Martin Walsh read "'Twas the Night Before Christmas" beside Keith Lockhart at the opening night of the Holiday Pops in Boston on Wednesday.
Chris Remmes, a resident of Charlestown, announced that he has formed a committee to explore a campaign for the 2nd Suffolk State Representative seat held by Eugene O'Flaherty since 1997.
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Across from Market Basket and Cellardoor Villa. Commercial opportunities abound.
Jennifer Gomez was chosen as Cario's Teacher of the Year. Ms. Gomez teaches Spanish and has 13 years of experience, the past three of these at Cario.
His first feature in 1967 introduced the immersive style that's defined his work ever since.
The City Council has unanimously approved the appointment of new student police officer Michael Lopez, whom Police Chief Robert DeMoura says will assist with strengthening ties with the city's youth.
Current and former students have spoken: CSU's Department of Occupational Therapy is the best in the country.
Journalists opposed to the surveillance state are accused of sensationalism and withholding context.
BOSTON - President Barack Obama's Kenyan-born uncle, who ignored a deportation order more than two decades ago, on Tuesday was granted permission to stay in the United States.
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The Gies Awards, named after dental education pioneer William J. Gies, Ph.D., honor individuals and organizations exemplifying dedication to the highest standards of vision, innovation and achievement in dental education, research and leadership.
Carolyn Bick: Could you tell me what it was like for you to ... get off the plane? Shuqing Zhao: It was ... actually terrible, 'cause, you know, everything was new.
Massachusetts-based institutions have been awarded nearly $260,000 in grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities.
A surveillance camera captured the face of a college-age suspect accused of four library thefts.
In your feature on Marsh Chapel ["A Ministry of Hospitality", Nov. 15] published before Thanksgiving, the DFP quoted Rev.