People gathered in a warm, intimate room in the North End facing a table with an open bottle of wine in the back for anyone that was interested. The night began with an invitation to the open mic, and two volunteers stood to share their work. The volunteers’ poetry was unique, sentimental, and witty. To…
Jose Martin Paz Flores sat in the chambers of Boston City Council yesterday and told the room about the time he was injured at work in 2017. He had been in the United States for a few years—living in Florida before he moved to Massachusetts—and was working for a construction company when he sustained a…
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.
At the Boston Flower and Garden Show, local gardeners create an atmosphere of relaxation and figments of spring with their landscaping.
Boston College’s Board of Trustees has set tuition for the 2019-20 academic year at $56,780, bringing the final cost of attendance to $72,736 per year, according to a University release.
A lively gathering of Bostonians crowded outside the Transportation Board Room on Wednesday for a public hearing on the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority’s (MBTA) proposed fare hike, which will go into effect July 1 of this year.
Boston College announced that the University is implementing an Early Decision (ED) admissions program to replace its Early Action (EA) program for Class of 2024 applicants.
Mayor Martin J. Walsh, BC ’09, delivered his annual State of the City Address on Tuesday evening at Boston Symphony Hall. He spoke about improvements made in housing, unemployment, and climate change.
When a girls soccer team takes to the stage in the Lyric Stage Company of Boston’s production of ‘The Wolves,’ their adolescence becomes human.