The proposal to ban Uber and Lyft from picking up and dropping off customers on the curb outside of the Logan Airport terminals and to add a drop-off fee at Logan was approved Thursday. The Massachusetts Transportation Authority (Massport) voted to institute the new policies beginning in October 2019.
“I was literally looking at tickets a week ago, which is really funny, and I was about to buy a ticket when my sister texted me and was like, ‘Don’t buy a ticket, they are shutting down.’” said Claire Madden, MCAS ’20.
The hearing was headed by Kim Janey, the ordinance sponsor and city councilor for District 7, and Michael Flaherty, chair of the committee.
Medical marijuana dispensary NETA began recreational sales on Saturday, March 23 in Brookline Village.
A recreational marijuana dispensary will open in Brookline Village on Saturday, March 23. New England Treatment Access (NETA) is already open as a medical dispensary but was given the go ahead to commence recreational operations by the Cannabis Control Commission on Friday.
The thing is, though, no matter how similar they seem to each other, every market has its own personal touch, represents values important to its creators, and highlights its unique artisans.
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.
HUBweek returned to City Hall Plaza from October 8-14 and curated a lineup of events relating to this year’s motto of “We the Future”. Shipping containers served as exhibitor spaces, while speaker stages were housed in igloo domes and glass-paneled modules surrounding the main nucleus.
Brandale Randolph, founder of The 1854 Cycling Company, aspires to build more than a pedal-powered form of transportation. By providing financial literacy lessons and job training to employees that come from poverty or are returning from the prison system, he aims to educate and empower them in preparation for a productive professional career.
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.