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Massachusetts May Change Time Zones

With our innovative startups, forward-thinking universities, and legendary sports teams, Massachusetts is definitely a couple steps ahead already. But now, a commission is exploring whether […]

Arts & Entertainment

Boston Winter Will Return to City Hall Plaza

Although jack-o-lanterns still sit on porches and the stress of Thanksgiving dinner is just a dull nag so far out, Bostonians will soon have the […]

News

Trump Administration Denies Massachusetts Health Care Funding Request

Massachusetts will not receive additional federal funds to stabilize state insurance rates next year, officials announced Tuesday. Back in September, Gov. Charlie Baker’s office set […]

News

Harvard Business Review Study Says Bias Is the Root of Workplace Gender Inequality

If only she spoke up at meetings. She should really make sure to get more face time with her manager. It would be wise for […]

Arts & Entertainment

Sir Elton John Named Harvard Humanitarian of the Year

Along with Grammy winner, Rock and Roll Hall of Famer, and knight, Sir Elton John can now add another impressive title to his otherworldly resume: […]

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A Tornado May Hit Western Massachusetts

With eerie skies and sinister winds, the weather in greater Boston seems to have gotten the message that Halloween is afoot, and the spooky forecast […]

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The MBTA Is Making the Green Line Hit More Green Lights

On certain sections of the Green Line, you could be forgiven for humming along to that Lorde song, “Green Light”: “I’m waiting for it: that […]

Wellness

Opioid Crisis Leads to Surge in Needles Littering Boston

Playgrounds are sites of chalk drawings and tire swings; of kickball games and cookouts; and, increasingly across Boston’s neighborhoods, of used hypodermic needles. An analysis […]

News

New England Patriots Defeat Atlanta Falcons in Foggy Super Bowl Rematch

Last season’s Super Bowl appeared to leave the Atlanta Falcons in a bit of a fog Sunday night—both literally and figuratively. The ghosts of games […]

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Alex Cora Is the New Red Sox Manager

Houston Astros bench coach Alex Cora is less than 48 hours from his first stint as a World Series-calibre manager. And if Red Sox fans have their […]

Arts & Entertainment

Photos from the Head of the Charles 2017

Athletes and spectators packed the banks of the Charles River for the 53rd annual Head of the Charles Regatta. Sunny skies and unseasonably warm temperatures welcomed […]

News

An Expert Says Tom Brady Is Less Precise This Season

Thomas Edward Patrick Brady, that guy whose name is emblazoned on 82 percent of Bostonians’ jersey-covered backs at any given time, has already thrown for […]

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New Vision Unveiled for Massachusetts College of Art and Design

In the 10 years after 2001, the number of science and engineering degrees awarded in the United States grew by 41 percent. In 2016, the […]

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Forecasters Are Predicting a Warmer-Than-Average Winter in Boston

There’s something gritty, honorable, and altogether triumphant about surviving winter in Boston. While waiting for the T outside in January beneath six layers of clothing, […]

News

MBTA Officers to Carry Narcan

The 210 MBTA police patrolmen will soon be carrying Narcan, the opioid overdose antidote. According to the Boston Herald, Transit Police are the latest contingent […]