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.

The new Dunkin' in Quincy

Dunkin’ Is Giving Us the Future that Nobody Wants

The new concept store is straight out of Park Slope.

Workers stand on a crane in front of the GE logo

GE CEO Reveals $6.2 Billion Debt

The company may be headed for a massive restructure.


Ed Markey Wants to Rescue Net Neutrality

The senator says the internet is "oxygen" for millennials.

A snow plow in Boston

Boston Could See 6 Inches of Snow

Admit it: You missed the flakes.

The new Accenture office, featuring the company's logo

Accenture Plans to Hire 400 New Tech Employees in Boston

Dust off that résumé.

A woman crosses the finish line of a marathon wearing a lot of cold gear

A Belmont Runner Will Take on Seven Marathons, in Seven Continents, in Seven Days

She’s already set a record for the race.

Linda Dorcena Forry

Linda Dorcena Forry: Trump Is "an Ignorant, Mean-Spirited, White Supremacist"

The president’s "shithole" comment provoked a strong response.


BPS Considers Plan to Eliminate Middle Schools

Will this go over better than start time changes?

A lawn chair and vacuum cleaner in shoveled-out parking spots

Marty Walsh Does Not Like Your Space Saver Threats

He threatened to end the space saver rule!

Red Auerbach and Bill Russell sit on the bench

TBT: Red Auerbach’s 1,000th Win

The Celtics legend reached the milestone against the Lakers.

Colleagues around an office table

Sexual Harassment at Work in Mass. Is Common, Per Poll

One in three women reported having experienced it.

An Italian Renaissaince painting depicting Jesus Christ
Arts & Entertainment

Gardner Museum to Debut Fra Angelico Exhibition

Anchored by Isabella’s pioneering art acquisition.


Charlie Baker Is the Most Popular Kid in School Again

His rosy approval rating remains high.

A commuter rail train pulls into a station

The Commuter Rail Is Still a Mess

Let’s give Keolis a round of applause.

The Pfizer logo on a building

Pfizer Announces End to Search for New Alzheimer’s Treatments

Here’s what that means for research.