Where’s my driverless car?
Self-driving vehicles are being tested in Singapore and Silicon Valley. Our visits there reveal what has to happen before your ride is ready.
Youth soccer’s case of the missing $195,000
Did one Framingham United youth soccer dad really help himself to daily Dunkin’ Donuts, vacations, and piles of club cash?
Which are better: dogs or cats?
All the advice you’ll need — expert and otherwise — to make a choice during National Pet Adoption Month.
Around the world in many bites, without leaving Boston
Feel like you want to go somewhere but don’t want to go far -- now that the weather’s so gorgeous your Facebook friends in Florida are jealous? How about taking a culinary trip around the world without leaving the Boston suburbs?
Duxbury museum hosts photo show celebrating woods and water
The Art Complex Museum in Duxbury hosts a reception this week for a photography exhibit by Diana Barker Price called “Untamed Forest,” based on images of colored autumn leaves fallen into pond water and other images of the wild.
Jo Ann Simons is making a difference at Cardinal Cushing Centers, and getting recognition for it
Jo Ann Simons is president and chief executive officer of Cardinal Cushing Centers in Hanover, where in early May she earned a Leadership Award from the nonprofit Understanding Our Differences.
Make money off a broken baseball bat? You bet!
Michael Hagerty of Easton isn’t a sports broadcaster. But the retired State Street Bank executive was a big winner at the 36th Annual Sports Emmy Awards May 5 when his baseball-themed Picture Catcher Bat was among 30 items in swag bags given to 900 attendees, including athletes and TV personalities.
Play of the Week: Tyler Beach, Quincy High baseball
The senior delivered a go-ahead two-run double against Whitman-Hanson and worked two innings of relief for the win.
Cohasset’s town manager says he’ll stay, despite conflict with selectmen
Cohasset Town Manager Christopher Senior said he can live with the selectmen’s rejection last month of his choice for police chief, and has no intention of leaving over the conflict.
Low turnout for Scituate election
Only 331 people turned out for last weekend’s local election – less than 2.5 percent of the 14,077 registered voters in town, according to Town Clerk Kathleen Curran.
Newton leaf blower ban to be discussed June 10
Newton residents will get a chance to have their say about a proposal to limit the use of leaf blowers in the city at a public hearing scheduled for Wednesday, June 10, at 7 p.m. in City Hall.
Saugus high school proposal moves forward
Saugus Town Meeting has agreed to spend $1.85 for a feasibility study examining a new high school.
Bossa nova at the Brookline main library
The husband and wife performers Sonny & Perley will bring the sultry romance and mesmerizing rhythm of Brazilian bossa nova music to Brookline’s public library Wednesday, June 10.
Somerville considers energy-efficient light bulbs
The Somerville Board of Aldermen is considering a request to convert street lights to energy-efficient light bulbs.
Arlington Youth Counseling Center receives grant
The Arlington Youth Counseling Center has been awarded a $100,000 grant from the Cummings Foundation to support school-based counseling and mental health consultation for children in Arlington’s elementary schools.
Winchester to hold special election on Skillings Field projects
Winchester will hold a special election Tuesday, June 9, to decide the fate of several projects proposed for Skillings Field.
Belmont’s Winter Street to be closed days during PGA event
Winter Street in Belmont will be closed for several hours Tuesday, June 9, through Sunday, June 14, during the PGA Tour’s Constellation Senior Players Championship at the Belmont Country Club.
Winthrop election season underway
Nomination papers for the Nov. 3 election in Winthrop have become available.
Hearing to discuss rezoning for athenahealth campus in Watertown
A public hearing will be held before the Watertown Town Council on Monday, June 8, about proposed zoning changes sought by athenahealth Inc.