President Obama, Vice President Joe Biden and Arizona Sen. John McCain are just a few of the politicos attending the formal dedication ceremony at Columbia Point in Boston.
Whatever the weather may feel like, spring is coming, officially arriving on Friday. And while Boston waits for this historic winter to end, many Red Sox fans are finding a light at the end of the tunnel from the comfort of sunny Florida.
A veteran of both the U.S. military and one of the most turbulent industries, the last offshore fisherman on Nantucket wasn’t ready to hang up his hat. With the support of friends and Nantucketers who wanted him to continue fishing, 69-year-old Willis Blount turned to alternative revenue models to stay afloat.
This is Trichome Health Consultants, a medical marijuana dispensary tucked into a line of glass storefronts on a semi-commercial strip in Colorado Springs, Colorado. As Massachusetts prepares to open its first dispensary, possibly in April, this is a glimpse into the future.
On Thursday, defense attorneys argued to a federal appeals court that the trial judge cannot find a fair and impartial jury in eastern Massachusetts.
If someone were to grade you on how healthy your grocery purchases were, how high would you score? That’s actually happening for some Harvard Pilgrim Health members. We look at attempts to provide economic incentives to make healthy choices.
As Massachusetts continues to dig out from the historic snowstorms that have bombarded the state recently — the latest left Sunday evening — it’s been business as usual at the bunker — ground zero for the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency.
Fans withstood drenching rain and blustery conditions in Foxborough last night to watch New England trounce the Indianapolis Colts 45 to 7.
This year, it costs about $60,000 in tuition, fees and room and board to attend one of the nation’s most selective liberal arts colleges.
As the marijuana industry takes shape in Massachusetts, it will need a trained workforce. What skills will that person behind the dispensary counter have? How […]
Thomas Menino, the longest-serving mayor in Boston history, who guided the city for 20 transformative years, has lost his last battle.
Tech trade organizations aren’t taking sides and backing any particular candidate, but IT workers are experiencing somewhat of a political awakening.
Voters this November will decide whether to give every worker in Massachusetts access to sick time.
If passed, Question 3 would repeal the state’s 2011 gambling law.
Organizations such as the Massachusetts Public Interest Research Group (MASSPIRG) helped put Question 2 on the November ballot to expand the bottle bill.