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26 min ago |

David L Ryan/Globe Staff/file Chelsea closes notorious strip club King Arthur's

The cinder block fortress known as King Arthur's Motel and Lounge has long been a kind of unofficial wild west for Greater Boston, the site of murders, a legendary police brutality case, a bombing and, of course, countless men tossing dollars in the dim light at nude women gyrating on stage.


1 hr ago | Boston Herald

Boston lags behind U.S. in solving murders: Watch the Video

RACING TO THE SCENE: Police have their work cut out for them cracking unsolved homicide cases.


2 hrs ago | Lowell Sun

Blocking the door to school

After losing the 1958 governor's race, George Wallace, then considered a moderate on segregation by mid-20th century Alabama standards, said he would never get "out-segged" again.


6 hrs ago |

names - Ted 2' auditions draw Comic-Con-style crowd

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10 hrs ago |

Evoking Old World charm in a new Fort Point Channel restaurant

French bistro fare meets Old World design and contemporary touches at Seth Greenberg and Cameron Grob's new Bastille Kitchen in Boston's Fort Point Channel, a large restaurant at 49 Melcher St. with 11,000 square feet and a separate downstairs bar/club space that can be booked for private events.


14 hrs ago | Boston Herald

In governor's race, a patchwork fundraising map

Republican Charlie Baker is not only leading every other candidate in the fundraising race for governor, but his financial support is also deeper across a wider swath of Massachusetts than any of his rivals.


19 hrs ago | Banker & Tradesman

Creating 'Harvard Square' In The Suburbs

Forget your grandpa's office park. With office rents continuing to rise in Cambridge and downtown Boston, the demand for urban amenities in the suburbs has grown, and developers are responding.


23 hrs ago |

Six ideas Boston should emulate

Food trucks, pictured here on the Greenway in April, became popular in Los Angeles before spreading to other US cities.


23 hrs ago |

Boston's Nigerian Catholics mark parish jubilee

Twenty-five years ago, a group of Nigerian Catholics in Boston who missed the flavor of church services in their homeland started congregating in a Mattapan apartment.


23 hrs ago |

Moving into the (passive) house of the future

After overbidding to no avail in the Boston real estate market, we made an unconventional choice.

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Sat Jul 26, 2014

Boston Herald

Gelzinis: City open to children

When I asked the mayor yesterday whether Boston could house some of the thousands of children streaming over our southern borders from Mexico and Central America, this son of immigrants did not hesitate before saying they may find a home and school here.


CBS Local

Protesters Rally Against Mass. Plan To House Immigrant Children

About a thousand people crowded the front steps of the State House Saturday, rallying against Gov. Deval Patrick's proposal to grant temporary shelter to Central American children.


Boston Summer Arts Weekend highlights

Boston Summer Arts Weekend is officially underway. The free weekend event at Back Bay's Copley Square features a range of musical artists, family and cultural programming, and plenty of food in the neighborhood.


Stars and Stripes

Columbia, S.C. native to honor fallen WWII comrades with statue in city park

When Henry Crede was a 10-year-old boy living at 427 Chestnut St. in Columbia in the 1930s, his family had a picnic on the State House grounds.


Beacon Hill Times

City Officials Move : Forward with Plan

Mayor Martin J. Walsh announced on Thursday that the city would move forward with a plan to install wheelchair-accessible curb cuts on Beacon Hill sidewalks, making it the last neighborhood in the city to be brought into compliance with the Adults with Disabilities Act.


Boston Herald

DEP: Plaza proposed at Chiofaro's towers not - open space'

Don Chiofaro's plan of erecting a retractable glass roof over an enclosed public plaza does not meet the criteria for "open space," the agency that oversees development along Boston's waterfront said yesterday - creating a setback for the developer who needs approval from state environmental officials to build his $1 billion, twin-towered project ... (more)


East Boston Times-Free Press

Cab Attack

An East Boston couple was arraigned yesterday on charges they beat and robbed a cab driver that refused to break traffic laws in order to get them to their destination, Suffolk County District Attorney Daniel F. Conley said.


Fri Jul 25, 2014

Probation saga could be a boon for Charlie Baker

The real-life narrative of the Probation Department trial that resulted in guilty verdicts Thursday could be the text of a winning political ad for Charlie Baker, the Republican candidate for governor who rails against the failures of one-party rule on Beacon Hill.


City of Boston

BCYF White Stadium Sports Center to Offer New Wheelchair Sports Week August 12-15

Boston Centers for Youth & Families and Adaptive Sports New England are teaming up to offer a new Wheelchair Sports Week at the BCYF White Stadium Sports Center.


Open Call for 'Ted 2' Extras on Saturday

Foul-mouthed "Ted" is returning to the North Shore this summer and you'll have a chance to be part of the movie this weekend.



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