BRA approves plans for public food market
With a major city approval in hand, developers of a long-planned public food market in Boston said they will start renovations this summer to transform an empty, state-owned building into a showcase for Massachusetts farmers, fisherman, and specialty food makers.
Advocates for immigrants block entrance to Suffolk jail
Advocates for immigrants have blocked the entrance to the Suffolk County House of Correction in Boston today, risking arrest to demand a halt to deportations.
Sea-3's regional impact justifies regional safety studies
In the early stages of the Sea-3 expansion proposal currently before the Newington Planning Board, the decision was made to classify this proposal as development with regional impact.
4 Mass. communities named All-American City finalists
If you see anyone from Chelsea, Dedham, Fitchburg or Somerville today, be sure to give them an attaboy.
Christine A. Ferguson
Christine Anne Ferguson, 78, of East Hampton, died Thursday, April 10th, at Marlborough Health Care with her loving family by her side.
Carr: Surefire hack hall of famer
Forget the usual five-year waiting period, this is a payroll Charlie of impeccable credentials.
Vincent Cruises to Victory in the 16th; Chelsea's Taylor wins Prattville
Revere's RoseLee Vincent cruised to victory Tuesday night, besting Republican Todd Taylor of Chelsea by 880 votes and winning overall 1,466 to 586 .
Mass. voters to decide slew of special elections
Voters in six Massachusetts legislative districts are heading to the polls as the state continues to fill a slew of open Statehouse seats.