The hope was that Boston’s newest neighborhood — the Seaport — would be for everyone; after all, some $18 billion in taxpayers’ dollars were devoted to it. But look around and you will see a place that benefits largely the white and wealthy.
Part one: The image of Boston
While the city has made much progress, look at income, employment, segregation, and politics — and reevaluate how far we’ve really come.
Stephen Boswell’s departure came two days after a Globe investigation detailed claims of harassment and bullying against Dr. Harvey Makadon.
Keith Williams and Wesson Colas are charged with murder in Dawnn Jaffier’s 2014 death, even though prosecutors say Williams fired the fatal shots.
Wright, who was arrested Friday night in Tennessee, said he did not hit anyone in his family.
The president’s latest move in support of the US Senate candidate was recording a robocall urging voters to back Moore.
Opinion | Margery Eagan
Paula Cobia is defending these women — women with no power, now facing staggering power far beyond Alabama’s borders.
Parts of the state, especially in the upper Berkshires, could get up to 8 inches of fresh snowfall.
Robert Brown, who earned $2.48 million in compensation in 2015, was one of several university leaders to top the $2 million mark.
The shooting was possibly drug-related, police said.
The Fine Print | Sean P. Murphy
Seven months have passed without so much as a just-checking-in e-mail from Boston Matchmakers, and one user says he wasted his money.
The Patriots safety provides an anchor while the NFL is rocked to its foundation by bigger issues than we’ve seen in decades.
Ben Volin | On Football
The Patriots were one of the worst in points allowed after four weeks, but since then they are No. 1.
The former Red Sox ace fell far short of the mark during the Modern Era veterans’ panel’s vote.
CELTICS 91, PISTONS 81
Boston (23-5), which lost to Detroit two weeks ago, avenged one of its few losses of the season.
When Bill Lynch and two friends started the event, they didn’t have any idea how much it would grow.
Public figures across the country — including from Mass. — are rallying behind Keaton Jones.
‘‘They treated us like we were criminals,’’ said the woman, Mei Rui.
On Thursday the FCC is expected to reverse the Obama administration’s policy on “Net neutrality.”
Students, faculty, and staff gathered Sunday for a watch party as one current and one retired Brandeis professor were honored.
More guns would be on the streets if Congress passes the bill, officials and gun regulation advocates said.
Guest host Chad Finn talks “Hot Stove” — offseason trades and player signings — with Boston Globe Red Sox beat reporter Peter Abraham.
The real potential of UMass Boston can’t be harnessed without vision from the top.
Magazine | A nonfiction novella
One hundred years ago, one of the world’s top conductors was ensnared in a scandal involving patriotism and sex. It almost toppled Boston’s famed orchestra.
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’Tis the season for music, shows, and productions of all kinds, just in time for the holidays.
Sam Isaly’s abrupt departure from OrbiMed Advisors comes after a scathing STAT investigation.
The Steelers (11-2) have the playoff edge on the Patriots (10-2) going into next Sunday’s showdown.
Some are worried about a recommendation made by President Trump’s commission to stop the opioid crisis.
The UN ambassador’s comments diverged from the White House position on the claims.
Wind-fanned flames churned through canyons and down hillsides in Santa Barbara County.
The money isn’t just in treating older women who have spent years trying to conceive.
This year, the annual celebration of the winter solstice is set in Italy.
The Big Picture
California is dealing with another round of disastrous wildfires.
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