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Cambridge Official’s Draft Policy Order Calls For More ‘Transparent’ Olympic Bid Process

A draft policy order that will appear on the Cambridge City Council’s agenda next week calls for City Manager Richard Rossi to make public any […]

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Somerville Mayor: Boston 2024’s Velodrome Proposal ‘Won’t Cut It’

Mayor Joe Curtatone considers himself an advocate of bringing Somerville into the mix if the 2024 Olympics come to Boston. But he refuses to allow […]

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‘Slobbr’ App Will Connect Dog Lovers With Information for Their Pet

A group of local dog lovers is trying to raise money to create a space for people with pets that they can call their own—in […]

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Olympics Supporters Share Preliminary Details of 2024 Bid Proposal

Weeks after the announcement that Boston would represent the U.S. in its quest to host the 2024 Summer Olympics, Boston 2024, the privately funded group backing the […]

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Boston Common Coffee Co. Selling ‘Deflated’ Cookies for a ‘Deflated’ Price

As a New England Patriots fan, Peter Femino, the co-owner of Boston Common Coffee Co., is “embarrassed” by the latest “Deflategate” revelations. But that embarrassment […]

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Patriots Cheerleader Gets Last Shot at Rooting for New England at Super Bowl XLIX

Michelle Nigro has been a cheerleader with the New England Patriots for four years. And with her last game as an official member of the […]

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Juror 58: ‘I Have a Wedding To Go To’

Paying for travel expenses and having to take time off of work to go on a forced vacation usually top the list of grievances for wedding […]

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Doctor, Suspect Dead After Shooting at Brigham and Women’s Hospital [Updated]

UPDATE: The doctor who was shot twice by a man who confronted him inside the Shapiro Cardiovascular Center at Brigham and Women’s Hospital died late […]

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South Street Diner Featured In New ‘Batgirl’ Comic

Solomon Sidell isn’t much of a comic book fan, but when he found out that the South Street Diner, located near South Station, was featured […]

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Protesters to Hit the Streets for Martin Luther King, Jr. March Through City

More than 1,000 protesters are expected to hit the streets of Boston on Monday afternoon as part of a four-mile march honoring Martin Luther King, Jr., […]

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Mark Zuckerberg Picks Harvard Professor’s Book for National Reading Challenge

When you have billions of dollars at your disposal, it’s easy to find time to sit back, relax, pick up a new book, and read […]

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President Obama, British Prime Minister Launch ‘Cambridge Vs. Cambridge’

In a battle of intellect and technology with some of the smartest people in England, President Barack Obama is putting his faith behind students at […]

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Another Round: Mayor Walsh to File Bill to Keep Bars Open Past 2 a.m.

Mayor Marty Walsh is taking another shot at keeping bars open past 2 a.m. in Boston. On Friday, the mayor’s office released the “City of […]

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Six Activists Extricated From Cement-Filled Barrels During Protest

It was a recipe for civil action. Activists who took part in an early morning protest that brought traffic to a standstill on I-93 southbound […]

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Letter Written By Titanic Survivor Who Escaped on ‘Money Boat’ Up for Auction

A letter penned by an ornery passenger complaining about how the press treated her after she was rescued from the sinking Titanic is going up […]