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Mayor Walsh on 2024 Boston Olympic Bid: ‘We Were Destined to Get Picked’

For Boston, the journey to secure the International Olympic bid has begun, and the hard work starts now, said Larry Probst, chairman of the United […]

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Boston to Represent U.S. in Bid for 2024 Olympics

A lot has been said about whether Boston should host the 2024 Olympics. But the United States Olympic Committee had the final word: Yes. Following […]

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At Gov. Charlie Baker’s Inauguration, George Montilio Makes the Cake

Governor Charlie Baker is going to take a bite out of the State House—literally. Baker, who was officially sworn in to take the reins on […]

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Women’s Full-contact Football Team Makes Triumphant Return

It wasn’t the quickest turnaround in football history, but it’s certainly a victory for the women’s football league. Just two days after car-mogul Ernie Boch, […]

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Watch Governor-Elect Charlie Baker’s Inauguration Ceremony

He met with former Governor Deval Patrick to exchange gifts, held his pre-inauguration interfaith ceremony with community members, and settled into his new digs on […]

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Sen. Hedlund to Bring Back ‘Roadrunner’ Bill During New Legislative Session

Just like in the cartoon series with Wile E. Coyote, perhaps nothing will kill the “Roadrunner” bill. After failing to garner enough support to turn […]

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Women in the Weed Business

The rise of women entrepreneurs in the legal and medical marijuana business is growing across the country, and Boston area business leaders looking to combine […]

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Engineering Student: ‘Yes, I’m Blond, and Yes, I Attend MIT’

Alice Zielinski has platinum blond hair, and she’s studying aeronautical and astronautical engineering and computer science at MIT. The only problem is, nobody seems to believe her […]

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Pedro Martinez Elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

For Pedro Martinez, his induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame is a moment in history that he wants to share with everyone—especially people in […]

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Everyone Is Analyzing Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s Body Movements

His “bowed-head posture,” clasped hands, and refusal to look jurors directly in the eyes are obvious body gestures that anyone facing the death penalty and […]

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Simmie Knox: Meet the Artist Who Painted the State House Portrait of Governor Patrick

Simmie Knox has been in the presence of presidents, judges, senators, and congressmen, and used his paintbrush and oil painting techniques to portray their likeness and […]

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Women’s Full Contact Football Team, Boston Militia, ‘Discontinued’

They’ve won multiple championships, set a standard for women in sports, met with President Barack Obama, and taken down their opponents with force. But the […]

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State House Time Capsule Contents to Be Revealed

Tonight, state officials and workers from the Museum of Fine Arts will unveil the contents of a time capsule that was excavated from a granite cornerstone […]

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Boston Police: We Didn’t Omit Racial Slurs About Officer’s Arrest

In a report posted to the Boston Police Department’s blog, the department failed to include details about one of their own off-duty officers using racial […]

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Website Tracks Your Happiness to Remind You Life’s Not So Bad

People spend hours on the Internet each day—roughly 11, to be exact—and the cascade of information that floods into someone’s brain via smartphone, laptop, or tablet […]