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Immigration advocates press Boston City Council for more resources

Monday’s hearing was held as immigration advocates have complained that a surge of thousands of migrants in the Boston area have strained the area’s social services infrastructure.

Transformative decision a half-century ago to scrap I-95 extension still resonates in Boston today

Fifty years ago last week, Governor Francis Sargent killed the Southwest Expressway, an 8-mile extension of Interstate 95 from Canton to the South End, a decision that transformed and shaped modern Boston.

Andrea Campbell announces transition team focused on hiring and briefing new AG

Attorney General-elect Andrea Campbell has been busy building a transition team as she prepares to take office in January.

He got off Mass. and Cass. Now, he’s working to beat the odds and stay sober.

Addiction has been a long, dark path for Josh Kivlehan, but now he has hope he can remain clean for good.

On their final day in Boston, Prince William and Kate had a packed agenda

The Prince and Princess of Wales concluded their royal trip to Boston Friday with a packed itinerary that included meeting with President Biden in the afternoon and hosting the glitzy Earthshot Prize awards ceremony at night.

President Biden to meet with Prince William at JFK library

Biden, who is traveling to Boston Friday for a Democratic fundraiser, will not attend the Earthshot Prize ceremony hosted by the Prince of Wales and his wife, Princess Catherine, scheduled for Friday evening at the MGM Music Hall, according to the president's schedule.

After disastrous election, the state GOP faces a choice: Fresh leadership or more of the same?

Beaten down by catastrophic election losses and looking ahead to a chairman’s race in January, the Massachusetts Republican Party finds itself at a crossroads.

Maura Healey and the royals made unlikely courtside companions at TD Garden Wednesday night. What did they talk about?

According to a spokeswoman for Attorney General Maura Healey, the Cambridge Democrat spoke with the Royals “about a number of things,” including American and British sports culture and the excitement of the high-scoring game.