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A Beacon Hill collective believes concrete sidewalk ramps will hinder the cultural appeal of the neighborhood.
The new bill is part of the goal to create safer communities throughout the state.
Federal officials told Gov. Patrick this week they won't move forward with the previously-proposed program.
Sponsored by Sen. Jason Lewis, the bill aims to eliminate mosquito breeding grounds in storm drains and catch basins.
A pair of city councilors plan to find a spot in the city for a statue or other monument.
A measure expected to pass Wednesday would increase the state’s minimum wage to $11.
Officials plan to discuss the update on Monday morning in Jamaica Plain.
With the economic benefits of legalized marijuana working for Colorado, is our state next in line?
Boston Mayor Martin Walsh spent more than $3 million in the race, which broke the record of what was spent by former Mayor Thomas Menino.
The mayor wishes to have inspectors focus more on landlords who have a history of code violations.
Thomas Menino, 71, announced over the weekend that he is undergoing treatment for an advanced form of cancer.
Walsh has threatened to boycott the parade for weeks, demanding gay groups be allowed to march.
Menino, 71, is undergoing treatment at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.
A proposed plan would allow certain venues to remain open until 3:30 a.m.
Mayor Walsh is opting to boycott the parade unless organizers allow gay and lesbian groups to march.
Give your praise, voice your concern and let the town know what you think about snow plowing this winter.
The clocks will notify riders when the next bus on each route will leave.
Holliston resident James Arena-DeRosa will launch his campaign at the Red Cross Food Pantry in Roxbury.
Suffolk University/Boston Herald survey has AG leading by 13 percent.
The number of homeless children increased by 4.3 percent from 1,971 to 2,056 this year.