Politicians figured heavily in Sunday’s parade, including Republican Gov. Charlie Baker and Democratic Boston Mayor Martin Walsh.
JetBlue isn’t calling it a shuttle, but it is upping its daily flights between Boston’s Logan Airport and Reagan National Airport to once an hour.
Boston’s top prosecutor has offered to investigate allegations that Virginia Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax sexually assaulted a woman in his hotel room at the Democratic National Convention in 2004, if the woman files a criminal complaint.
The Boston Tea Party Ships and, the City of Boston and the Historic Burying Grounds Initiative placed commemorative markers at final resting places of about 70 people who participated in the Dec. 16, 1773, protest.
Boston, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh and Washington, D.C., are among 20 cities being awarded support for their work to reduce carbon emissions.
A Boston police officer who was part of a team on a regular patrol was shot Sunday in the city’s South End, but did not suffer life-threatening injuries.
There’s no evidence to suggest the gas explosions that rocked communities north of Boston were intentional, a federal investigator said Saturday.
A 1-year-old motorist has been pulled over for driving without a license — but he got off with a “cuteness warning.”
Rhode Islanders feel slighted that Bostonians get all the glory for helping spark the American Revolution with the Boston Tea Party. After all, more than a year before any tea was tossed, Rhode Island colonists burned a British ship.
The Charles River Esplanade, which runs for 3 1/2 miles along Boston’s shore, has a strict ban on all Philadelphia-themed products ahead of the Super Bowl from Jan. 23 until Feb. 5.
Conservative activists and leftist counter-protesters prepared for a confrontation on Boston Common that could draw thousands a week after a demonstration in Virginia turned deadly.
A groundbreaking will be held for a park dedicated to the youngest victim of the Boston Marathon attacks.
More graffiti has popped up locally and as far away as Boston that appears similar to the cryptic messages scrawled in permanent marker on four monuments on the National Mall.
Recent airplane noise complaints in Boston, similar to those expressed by D.C.-area residents, have led to new test programs in Massachusetts that could help address concerns nationwide.
A 27-year-old software entrepreneur started an online petition calling on local officials to allow happy hours at bars in the city.
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