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 members of the 2016 U.S. Gymnastics team celebrate in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

USA Gymnastics Board Members Resign

Aly Raisman had called the organization out for its failures.

Women's March 2018 Cambridge

The Best Signs from the Boston/Cambridge Women’s March

"I’ve seen better cabinets at IKEA"

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (12) throws against the Jacksonville Jaguars during the first half of the AFC championship NFL football game, Sunday, Jan. 21, 2018, in Foxborough, Mass.

People Are Salty about the Patriots’ Comeback

Keep sippin’ that haterade, sports world.

The cottages and lighthouse at the tip of Sandy Neck as seen from across Barnstable Harbor beach.

Want to Watch CNN? Don’t Take the Ferry to the Vineyard

Steamship Authority has banned cable news on its vessels.

The Bunker Hill Monument

No One Knows If National Parks Will Be Open This Weekend

A potential government shutdown is looming.

A woman holding a poster that says "I am woman, hear me roar"

Activists Prepare for Second Women’s March

Maura Healey is scheduled to speak at the Cambridge event.

The running back dives for the first down with the defender on his back.

Even Mild Head Injuries Can Lead to CTE, Study Finds

Concussions aren’t the only source of the disease.

A pamphlet about "fighting temptation with faith"

Gay Couple Orders Wedding Programs, Receives Pamphlets on Sin

They are suing the Mass. company responsible for the mix-up.

Rene Rancourt sings

Rene Rancourt Breaks Hearts, Announces Retirement

The curtain will close on the Bruins anthem singer at the end of the season.

Two unidentified people look at entrance of Brink's Inc., an armored truck firm's garage on Prince Street, in Boston, Massachusetts, Jan. 17, 1950, where seven gunmen tied up five employees and robbed an open vault of "more than $500,000 in cash." Police, reconstructing the holdup, said the robbers reached the vault on the second floor of the garage by opening six locked door, "probably with a passkey."

TBT: The Brink’s Armored Car Robbery

It was the largest cash robbery in American history.

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.