The Tufts freshman rushed for three touchdowns in a 28-14 NESCAC win over Colby Nov. 4 as the Jumbos improved to 5-3. His career-high 135 yards raised his season total to 370 on 81 carries, and he doubled his touchdown total.
The first-year goalkeeper at Bentley University was selected to the Northeast 10 Women’s Soccer All-Rookie team. She made 51 saves in nine games, and Bentley (8-8-1) posted its most wins since 2007.
The Amherst senior was named most outstanding cross-country performer in the New England Small College Athletic Conference. She repeated as the winner in the 6K race at the NESCAC Cross Country Championships Nov. 4 at Bates with a time of 21:20.
For 11 hours on Wednesday, drivers who wanted to travel through a remote stretch of northern Maine were asked a simple question: Where were you born?Continue reading »
These Emergency Response posts, tucked in trailers or nondescript government buildings, are staffed purely on an overtime basis.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 »
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 »
The practice of arresting undocumented immigrants in government offices was halted by the former acting director of Boston’s ICE field office. The new acting director is reversing this decision.Continue reading »
Denis Bisson was found in Rumford, Maine, after authorities put out a warrant for his arrest on second-degree murder charges.Continue reading »
Parking fees at many MBTA stations will go up, even as service is persistently questionable.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 »
Residents of the Foxvale neighborhood are waking up before dawn to the roar and clang of freight trains lining up behind their homes, and they fear things won’t get better.Continue reading »