Staff Writer at Boston Magazine
Spencer Buell is a staff writer for Boston, covering news, politics, technology, the T, legal weed, french fries, bears, Brady, and beer. He used to be a news reporter for Metro Boston and the Arlington Advocate.
In a fiery exchange, she pushed Mark Esper to commit to a firewall between him and the Waltham defense contractor. He refused.
The station apologized for having two men discuss researcher Sarah Milov’s work without crediting her.
If you were hoping to send your kid to MB Sports Camps this summer, you’re out of luck.
He says a Texas traffic stop was "frightening, disrespectful, and embarrassing."
State police are sharing a photo of the woman’s body ink in case someone recognizes it.
Big Papi is in "good spirits" after the latest round of treatment for his gunshot wound, his wife Tiffany says.
More than 100 turned out to call for more solid barriers between cyclists and cars.
Called "Silver Current," by Patrick Shearn, it will spend the summer in Custom House Square.
They stopped traffic and locked arms outside a detention facility in the city.
As the city prepares for Independence Day, so should you.
Suspicious packages sent to the parade organizers caused scares in Malden, Woburn, and Salisbury.
Riders greet the first day of the new rate on the T with a day of fury and campaigning.