The Franklin Pierce senior was named Northeast-10 Conference Goalkeeper of the Week, making eight saves total in two shutout soccer wins. She is 3-0-1 with three shutouts so far this season, giving up just one goal on 18 shots.
The sophomore scored two game-winners for sixth-ranked Babson field hockey within days, handing MIT its first loss of the year Sept. 16 beating no. 2 Tufts with an overtime goal Sept. 13, extending Babson’s road winning streak to 16.
The sophomore striker netted the only goal in Massachusetts Maritime’s 1-0 victory over Fitchburg State Sept. 16. He earned first team All Cape Ann League honors in soccer his senior year at Rockport, and played basketball and baseball as well.
Alexandra Valoras showed every outward sign of success and promise, a star at school, beloved at home. She revealed nothing of her inner anguish, except in her diary — a chronicle of scathing self-criticism and growing desperation that her parents chose to share so that other families might learn from their loss.Continue reading »
Along with his tenure as US poet laureate, Donald Hall was the winner of numerous honors and prizes in poetry, and was a member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters.Continue reading »
The leading German submarine commander of World War II brought U-boat warfare to the doorstep of New York Harbor in the winter of 1942.Continue reading »
These Emergency Response posts, tucked in trailers or nondescript government buildings, are staffed purely on an overtime basis.Continue reading »
For Superintendent Tommy Chang, a failure at community-building stymied efforts to improve Boston’s public schools, education experts and city officials said.Continue reading »
More than a century after it opened as a museum, it remains an impressive glimpse into life during Colonial times, and the 1851 Nathaniel Hawthorne novel that the house inspired.Continue reading »
Tommy Chang confirmed he will resign, and Boston Mayor Martin Walsh said the public school system needs a leader “who can gain the confidence of the community.”Continue reading »
The Valorases are profoundly sad, but they do not think the topic of their daughter’s death should be taboo.Continue reading »
One of the first things you notice as you enter World’s End is its rich smell, a refreshing mix of ocean water and the earthiness of red cedar trees.Continue reading »