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42 min ago | Business Journal
Former Boston Mayor Thomas Menino will join the board of the Big Sister Association of Greater Boston, the organization announced Monday.
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1 hr ago | Midwest InHouse
The city of Boston and Prudential Insurance Co. are locked in an acerbic, multi-million-dollar fight at the 1st U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals that will have major implications for New England lawyers involved in large Chapter 11 reorganizations.
5 hrs ago | City of Boston
Mayor Martin J. Walsh today kicks off the City's first-ever participatory budgeting process, inviting youth from around Boston to share their ideas for how to spend $1 million in City capital funds.
9 hrs ago | Patch.com
14 hrs ago | Boston.com
A rare bit of good news for commuters on a Monday morning: The Callahan Tunnel reopened shortly before 5 a.m. after being closed for more than two months.
18 hrs ago | Patch.com
Add a mild hallucinogen and it gets harder to tell where truth ends and political posturing begins.
Boston's Temont House opened in 1829 at the corner of Tremont and Beacon streets, and is generally recognized as the first modern hotel, the precursor to its grander descendants.
Efforts by Mayor Martin J. Walsh to broker a deal between organizers of the South Boston St. Patrick's Day parade and gay-rights activists have led to weeks of incremental progress, media-conducted back-and-forths, and, as of now, loggerheads.
A Jamaica Plain man is facing an assault with intent to kill charge after police said he stabbed another man early this morning in a street fight in the North End that was broken up by passersby.
The event, sponsored by the South Boston Citizens' Association, has seen the likes of boxing greats Marvin Hagler and Rocky Marciano compete in it.
Boston police seized nine illegal guns and arrested five people in a series of three incidents that occurred in a 15-hour window between Friday and Saturday.
Mayor Martin J. Walsh today announced 106 Boston homeowners have signed contracts to install solar power through the 2013 Renew Boston Solarize program, a community bulk pricing program.
It's the little box that holds some of the most prized possessions in a bank: customers' indispensable documents, their heirloom jewelry, or even their family's antique vase.
Boston police are investigating a double shooting that injured two men in Mattapan this morning on Almont Street.
If you're still searching for a house or condo to own, this weekend offers plenty of chances to find your ideal home.