Luke Tracy/Franklin Pierce Athletics
The three-time Olympian won the gold medal with the US women’s hockey team Feb. 22. She tallied two assists, including one in the US semifinal win over Finland.
The Arlington Catholic alumna was named the New England Women’s Hockey Alliance Co-Rookie of the Year after scoring 19 goals and assisting on 19 more for Franklin Pierce, which placed third in the league tournament.
The 6-foot, 180-pound attack was named Commonwealth Coast Conference Rookie of the Week after he notched 10 goals in two wins for Salve Regina lacrosse Feb. 17 and 24.
Dick Friedman‘s new tower at 1 Dalton St. is changing the city’s skyline.Continue reading »
Brockton was able to spend just $1.28 per student on classroom supplies during the 2016-17 school year.Continue reading »
For the third time in four years, the city has shortened the route.Continue reading »
It’s being held in a smaller space, and it has fewer bells and whistles, but the annual confluence of eggs, coffee, and bad political humor that is the South Boston St. Patrick’s Day Breakfast is going on Sunday morning as it has for many years.Continue reading »
Irish music played on speakers across C Street and Broadway in South Boston Sunday morning and revelers in emerald garb gathered, as the parade started up.Continue reading »
Sunday is expected to be sunny, but cold and windy as Bostonians gather for the annual parade.Continue reading »
A review of local restrictions heightens concerns that the early adult-use pot market will be smaller than many consumers expected.Continue reading »
Take public transportation or ride a bike, Boston police suggest.Continue reading »
The attorney general launched a state probe into reports that a data firm employed by the Trump campaign improperly harvested information.Continue reading »