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Hayley Glatter

Staff Writer at Boston Magazine

Hayley Glatter is a news writer for Boston magazine. She was previously a fellow at the Atlantic focusing on education.

One of the three lighthouses of Nantucket

Airbnb for Yachts Launches on Nantucket

You can rent a vessel—captain included—for just a day with KellyBoat.

Lightning storm over Boston, Massachusetts
City Life

We’re Finally Going to Get a Break from the Heat

We’ll just have to deal with the potential for a flash flood first.

Stan Rosenberg at a lectern
City Life

Rosenberg Sues to Make Alleged Hefner Victim’s Identity Public

John Doe has accused Hefner of sexual abuse.

The view of the BSO stage from the back of Symphony Hall
City Life

The BSO’s Top Flutist Is Suing the Orchestra

She argues she deserves the same salary as her closest counterpart, a male oboist who makes $70,000 more than she does.

London, UK - September 21, 2013: People on the London Bridge station platform in London.
City Life

The T Wants to Make It Easier to Get on the Train

What if you didn’t have to elbow six people to board?

Gov. Charlie Baker
City Life

Gun Reform Advocates Score Victory in Mass.

Gov. Baker plans to sign the “red flag” bill into law.

City Life

Boston Winter Is Canceled

City Hall Plaza is getting a makeover, and the holiday festival is getting the boot.

Elizabeth Warren
City Life

Alert: Sen. Warren Has a New Puppy

The adorable canine hasn’t been named yet.

A painting depicting the Constitutional Convention
City Life

An Original Copy of the Declaration of Independence Will Be on Display in Boston on Wednesday

Celebrate the Fourth by taking a gander at the rare artifact.

Boston, MA, USA August 10, 2011 Two Teens Cool off during a warm summer day in Boston Common.
City Life

Sorry, But It’s Probably Not Going to Cool Off Any Time Soon

The heat isn’t predicted to break until the end of the week.

A beautiful home with an American flag in front of it

Mark Your Calendars: Another “Royal” Wedding Is Coming

He’s not technically a monarch, of course, but a Kennedy is set to tie the knot this summer in Hyannis Port.

A rainbow flag hangs on a street in Boston
City Life

A Third Gender Option May Soon Come to Mass. IDs

In a win for LGBT activists, state senators passed a bill that would allow non-binary individuals to identify as “X.”

Paris, France - January 28, 2016: Amazon logotype printed on cardboard box side seen from above on a wooden parwuet floor. Amazon is an American electronic e-commerce company distribution worlwide e-commerce goods
City Life

Watch Out, Drugstores: Amazon Is Coming

The online retailer will buy PillPack, a medical-delivery startup based in Somerville.

City Life

Registering to Vote in Mass. May Soon Get Much Easier

If the state’s automatic voter registration bill becomes law, securing a ballot would go hand-in-hand with getting your driver’s license renewed.

Boston, Massachusetts, USA - February 5, 2016: The iconic Citgo sign along Commonwealth Avenue on a rainy night in the Fenway Kenmore neighborhood
City Life

A Flash Flood Watch Has Been Issued for Parts of Mass.

There’s also a “non-zero threat of a brief tornado.”