In the face of 18 deaths and 1,080 vape-related illnesses around the country, Governor Charlie Baker has ordered a four-month ban on the sale of all vape products, including those that contain tobacco and marijuana, in Massachusetts. […]
Roughly two-thirds of Boston Public Schools improved from last year, according to the state Department of Elementary and Secondary Education’s (DESE) annual accountability report for schools across the state. The report designated the Boston Public […]
Katie Kellner was running the path around the Chestnut Hill Reservoir on Monday morning before she threw off her shoes and swam into the middle of the pond. In the middle of her run, Kellner […]
For students arriving at Brighton High School, it seemed like another normal school day. A police officer was helping direct traffic while a jubilant staff member was greeting the students as they walked on to […]
Newton Congressman Joe Kennedy III addressed Massachusetts business leaders at an event hosted by the Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy (MIRA) Coalition, which was held at the Needham TripAdvisor headquarters this past Tuesday. In the […]
City of Boston employees and their immediate family members will be prohibited from participating in the city’s cannabis industry. Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh, BC ’09, filed the executive ordinance on Friday that bars employees from seeking approval for a marijuana business from the City or any of its committees.
Candidates William Bishop Humphrey and Kathryn K. Winters emerged victorious over Rena L. Getz in a tight preliminary election to determine Newton’s Ward 5 city councilor on Tuesday. […]
Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey passed a petition for a constitutional amendment, which calls to put a stop to the state-funding of abortion, on Sept. 4. The petition, filed for the third time in five […]