Manufacturing firm moves from Rockland to East Bridgewater
A Rockland manufacturing firm plans to relocate to East Bridgewater with the help of a local tax break that recently earned state approval.
South Weymouth group to hold meeting on proposed override of tax limit
A South Weymouth neighborhood group is holding an information meeting on July 8 about the proposed Proposition 2 ½ override – the town’s first tax-limit override vote since 1990.
New park brings celebration in Quincy
Officials from Quincy and the Army Corps of Engineers recently celebrated the opening of Passanageset Park, located at Broad Meadows Marsh.
Plymouth to host annual fishing competition
Plymouth-area residents can join in an upcoming fishing competition and also hear from a noted expert on great white sharks.
Robotic leads, convoluted plot weigh down latest ‘Terminator’
”Terimator: Genisys” is a brain-cramp disguised as a summer blockbuster. It’s entertaining but, more often than not, simply exhausting.
Boston Gay Men’s Chorus finds triumph, conflict in Istanbul
The Boston Gay Men’s Chorus was turned away by riot police in Turkey during Pride celebrations.
Brendan Pelley of ‘Hell’s Kitchen’ at opening of new Children’s Hospital food court
There were a few familiar faces at the opening Monday of Boston Children’s Hospital’s new food court.
‘We have no engines, I need help,’ doomed pilot pleaded
A Tennessee couple and their teenage daughter, who were coming to town for a college visit, died in Sunday’s crash in Plainville.
On Boston Olympics bid, it’s Charlie Baker’s call
Getting his seal of approval for an Olympics that was forced to grow its venues beyond Boston is essential for Boston 2024.
Boston 2024 wants huge tax break for Widett Circle project
Organizers say the costs of builing a neighborhood there, including erecting a deck over train tracks on the site, require incentives from the city.
Olympic plan would remake parts of Boston
The proposal recasts the Olympics as part of an 18-year economic development plan that will shape the city.
Coloring books for adults are flying off shelves
Coloring books for grown-ups, many with detailed and intricate designs, have exploded in the publishing world.
N.Y. project offers model, lessons for Widett Circle proposal
The residential and retail district rising on Manhattan’s West Side represents what could be accomplished in South Boston.
Boston 2024 touts Games’ impact on transportation
Organizers highlighted transportation improvements, but it’s unclear how many would result from hosting the Olympics.
Olympics opposition groups have big social media presence
Tweet by tweet, post by post, opponents of the Boston 2024 bid are making their voices known.
Supreme Court backs states’ use of execution drug
The ruling was against three death row inmates who had sought to bar the use of an execution drug they said risked causing excruciating pain.
Citing progress, US may extend Iran nuclear talks
After several days of intense negotiations, foreign ministers from the world’s major superpowers have decided to prolong talks.
Guns, $2 million in drugs seized in Lawrence raid
Jose Casellas, 37, was arrested after police said they found as much as 35 pounds of heroin during the raid.
Olympic Bid 2.0 is a winning plan for the city
This combination of sound fiscal management, contingencies, and insurance provides multiple layers of protection for taxpayers.
When there’s a crisis at State House, Tammy Kraus gets the call
Kraus, superintendent of the landmark, makes sure a building that dates to the 18th century keeps functioning.