Employees jobs of the largest hotel in Boston could be in jeopardy
City councilor and state Sen. Lydia Edwards on the planned electrical substation in East Boston and the proposal to halt its construction
The former public defender announced his candidacy
Sometimes in politics, you want to pay attention to who isn’t running. That’s certainly the case in Boston’s D-3 race.
“People don’t realize a lot of these kids with immigrant backgrounds come with trauma, coming from war-torn countries.”
The use of crowd control agents and kinetic impact projectiles will be regulated.
“We have added housing to the market over the past few years, but we haven’t made significant gains against the underlying occupancy rate.”
Municipalities brave Zoom learning curve in pandemic times.
Motion over redirecting $4.1M in police funding causes council to explode in anger, accusations
Reflections on a new grassroots political movement in formation
Another Cambridge arts institution is being pushed out of its longtime home by a greedy landlord. And once again, local artists are mobilizing to “discuss and organize for meaningful political action to support the arts” in that city—as the Facebook ...