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‘Boston Red Stockings’ Collection Is a Treasure Trove of Baseball History

Antiques Roadshow appraiser Leila Dunbar is a die-hard Red Sox fan. So when a woman with Massachusetts roots brought in a collection of baseball cards […]

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EVELO’s ‘Omni Wheel’ Gives Cyclists a Boost When They Need it Most

Two Cambridge companies are racing to become the preeminent supplier of a new technology that gives bike riders an extra boost during their commutes. But […]

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MassDOT Will Soon Discuss Fate of the T’s Late-Night Weekend Service

The fate of the MBTA’s late-night weekend service is on the line, and transportation officials expect there will be a decision made about whether or […]

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‘Mobile Cuts Boston’ Set to Roll Out Men’s Barbershop on Wheels

More than two years ago, Montrez Williams was sitting in a barbershop in Boston, flipping through a magazine, when he spotted a feature story about […]

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‘New Year, New Bridj’

It’s been a busy year for Bridj, the Kendall Square-based transportation company that uses data to pinpoint routes and determine the best places to launch […]

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A Look at Christmas in Boston in 1875

The date was December 24, 1875, and Marion “Minnie” Boyd Allen didn’t have time to go to school. How could she? The 13-year-old aspiring artist […]

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Brandeis Student Receives Threats for Tweets About NYC Police Shooting

A Brandeis University student has received death threats from people across the country after she posted a series of tweets in response to the killings […]

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Department of Conservation and Recreation Gets In the Holiday Spirit with Alerts

It’s going to be a wet and stormy Christmas, one that’s likely void of any snow blanketing the ground. And for those driving through Dorchester, the rainy […]

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Chicopee Police Go After Resident for ‘Put Wings on Pigs’ Facebook Status

A Chicopee man is being summonsed to court for threatening to commit a crime after he posted a Facebook status similar to one shared on […]

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What Does a Blinking Yellow Arrow Mean?

Three-hundred-and-fifty traffic lights around the state—including three in Boston— are getting an upgrade in the form of a never-before-used yellow flashing arrow to let drivers know when […]

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Hacking the 2024 Boston Olympics

While there’s been a blurred line between those supporting and opposing hosting the Olympics in Boston in 2024, one thing has been clear: some people […]

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‘Scary Snowman’ Returns to Cambridge to ‘Terrorize’ Pedestrians for the Holidays

Jason Lichtenberger likes to spread Christmas fear. But he also just enjoys making people laugh. For the second year in a row, Lichtenberger returned to […]

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Weekend Service Coming Back to Three Commuter Rail Lines

It’s been two years since residents in cities and towns serviced by three different Commuter Rail lines were forced to forego weekend trains running to […]

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Harvard Dining Services Backtracks on Decision to Pull Israeli-Made Soda Equipment

Harvard University Dining Services’ decision to stop buying Israeli-made soda machines and water fountains used at the school’s cafeteria, due to ongoing controversy between Israel […]

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MBTA Trains Thousands of Employees to Better Handle Emergency Situations

Times have changed. Calls for suspicious packages post-Boston Marathon bombing, and “active shooter” scenarios across the country “are a reality,” according to MBTA security and […]