Both securing second terms, Senator Elizabeth Warren and Governor Charlie Baker triumphed easily in the Nov. 6 midterm elections.
The upcoming Spartan race at Fenway Park is a part of the company’s newly launched #EFFthis (Excuse Free Fitness) campaign, which aims to alleviate the financial burden that often accompanies effective health and fitness programs.
The city’s digital team and the Office of Arts and Culture reached out to local artists, students, and residents to develop 11 holiday logos, which the city will use on its social media channels. Artists submitted logo designs that depict a specific holiday, including National Ice Cream Day, Vietnamese New Year, and Dorchester Day.
The third-annual Boston Social Fitness Festival attracted upwards of 5,000 attendees to City Hall Plaza on Saturday. Free fitness experiences for all levels were offered, including cycling, dancing, yoga, and martial arts training.
In October, the MBTA will begin laying 25,000 feet of new track and replacing 6.5 miles of signals on the Green Line D branch between the Beaconsfield and Riverside stations.
Ayanna Pressley’s win over incumbent Michael Capuano, BC Law ’77, was one of the most surprising and historic elections of the Massachusetts primary. With no GOP challenger, she is poised to take the seat for the 7th District in the November elections.
The 15-week program will commence in October and will “train participants of color who have no formal experience in public media to create podcasts that will be distributed both locally and nationally,” according to a press release.
Newton Mayor Ruthanne Fuller delivered the proposal for the 2019 Fiscal Budget last Tuesday. Budget allocations call to secure the City’s future and promote financial sustainability.
In an effort to give visitors a taste of what the market has to offer each day of the year, the Boston Public Market hosted its second annual open house on March 20. Fresh produce, handmade goods, baked treats, and more were sold at the 35 pop-up and private vendors.