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Founded by the Puritans in 1630, Boston was the one of the main focal points leading up to the American Revolution with Patriots like Paul Revere, Samuel Adams, his cousin John and John Hancock. Several universities are in the area including the nation's oldest, Harvard, along with well known institutions Boston College, Boston University and MIT. The city made a pop culture revival in the 80's thanks to the hit show 'Cheers' but become more known in the 90's and this decade by locals and visitor alike due to the 'big dig'. The Boston area was home to 4 US presidents including father and son John and Quincy Adams, Calvin Coolidge and John F Kennedy.
Local Newspapers: Boston Globe Boston Herald
Local Sports Teams: Boston Celtics (NBA) Bruins (NHL) Red Sox (MLB) and New England Patriots (NFL) and Revolution (MLS)
Local Colleges: Boston College Boston University Harvard and MIT
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Towns/Cities near boston, massachusetts : Chelsea Somerville Cambridge Brookline Roxbury Winthrop Uphams Corner Charlestown
Cop suspended without pay for allegedly lying
A Boston police officer has been suspended without pay following her indictment by a grand jury for allegedly lying earlier this year about her contact with a man wanted for murder, authorities said. "I hold my officers to the highest of standards and expect them to cooperate with investigations regardless of any personal connections to those involved," police Commissioner William B. Evans said in a statement, adding, "No one is above the law and ... this conduct will not be tolerated."Dozens dash through snow in Speedos for a good cause
Participants in The Santa Speedo Run race off the starting line near the Lir Tavern on Saturday, December 9 2017. A crowd of brave Boston-area runners dashed through the falling snow in their skivvies yesterday to raise money for youth sports programs for inner-city kids.Andrea Campbell to be next City Council president
City Councilor Andrea Campbell, coming off her freshman term on the council, said Saturday that she has garnered unanimous support to become the next council president on Jan. 1. The announcement brings a swift resolution to a traditional council debate that could have been divisive - several councilors expressed interest in the position only weeks ago. "I'm extremely grateful, and honored, to have the support of all of my colleagues," said Campbell , who represents Mattapan and Dorchester, parts of Roslindale, and Jamaica Plain.Two Dorchester men arrested on drug, gun charges
Boston police arrested two men Friday afternoon as part of an ongoing drug investigation on Dorchester Avenue, the department announced. Elijah McKinney-Townsend, 25, and Lionel Barrows, 28, are facing multiple drug and gun charges after a search warrant was executed at 1591 Dorchester Ave. Officers seized a loaded .380-caliber Taurus handgun, 28 rounds of .22-caliber ammunition, 16 bags of heroin, 10 bags of crack cocaine, 10 bags of marijuana, and $630, police said in a statement issued Saturday.Season's first snowstorm arrives in Boston
Anthony Humphrey works to trim Christmas trees at Chucky and Teddy's tree lot on Tremont St. in Boston during the afternoon's snowfall on Saturday December 9, 2017 in Boston's South End. Herald Photo by Joseph Prezioso The first snowfall of the winter began falling across the Bay State this morning, and weather experts say cities and towns across Massachusetts could see as much as seven inches of snow through tomorrow morning.I&M parent company buys Boston Herald
Boston Herald publisher Patrick J. Purcell announced today that the media company with its flagship Boston Herald tabloid has reached an agreement with GateHouse Media, parent company of The Inquirer and Mirror, to acquire the company's operational assets. The purchase is subject to court approval.Ruptured water main floods Allston intersection, blocking traffic
A water main under an Allston intersection was ruptured during maintenance work Friday afternoon, flooding the intersection and snarling traffic in the area, officials said. The water main was broken between 1:30 p.m. and 2 p.m. Friday, at the intersection of Linden Street and Brighton Avenue in the Packard's Corner neighborhood, Boston Water and Sewer Commission spokesman Sean Canty said.Stealing a hot stove and coming back for the smoke
In keeping with this season of charity, let's be charitable and appreciate that former Massachusetts state senator Brian Joyce has reminded us that most corrupt politicians are thieves, not perverts. In a day and age when it seems too many politicians can't keep their hands to themselves, the only thing Joyce was grabbing was money.David L. Ryan/Globe Staff 2016 files Plan for new school start times draws fire
A change in policy at the Boston Public Schools means that 84 percent of the city's 125 schools will have new start times next fall. The plan has drawn fierce opposition from parents.Boston will test a bus-only lane in Roslindale on Tuesday
Bus passengers in Roslindale might get a quicker ride Tuesday morning, as the city tiptoes into testing a bus-only lane on Washington Street . The city will close off the inbound parking lane between Roslindale Square and the Forest Hills T station during the Tuesday rush, allowing buses clear passage past traffic.Three women, one a Boston cop, indicted for alleged roles helping double murderer flee
A Suffolk County grand jury on Friday indicted three people in connection with the Sept.Rebel dog who escaped at Logan captured
A runaway dog named Ronin spent hours eluding police outside of Logan International Airport after escaping from a pet carrier Friday morning. But in the end, he succumbed to the smell of bacon and sausage.31st Matzo Ball rolls into Boston Dec. 24
The 31st annual MatzoBall is where all the Bostonian Jewish singles will be this Christmas Eve. Dubbed "the biggest not- Christmas party of the year" by Joel Stein of Bloomberg Businessweek, and "an annual rite of passage for Jewish singles in their 20s and 30s" by Cosmopolitan Magazine, the iconic MatzoBall is taking place in 9 fabulous cities this Christmas Eve, including at trendy Royale nightclub at 279 Tremont St., Boston, MA 02116 .City announces unveiling of Immigrant Grandmothers Mural in East Boston
The mural, painted by the Mayor's Mural Crew Director Heidi Schork and three assistants, was the third installment of murals dedicated to immigrants in Boston. It was spearheaded by the Mayor's Office for Immigrant Advancement as part of the national letter writing and social media campaign, "To Immigrants with Love".Mattapan man arrested after threatening person with revolver, leading police on foot chase
A Mattapan man was arrested Thursday afternoon after he threatened a person with a revolver and led several police officers and "concerned citizens" on a foot chase through a Mattapan neighborhood, Boston police said. The man, later identified as Brajon Brown, 18, of Mattapan, was first noticed by a Boston police captain before 3:55 p.m. Thursday when he threatened another male with a revolver outside the Boston Public Library branch at 1350 Blue Hill Ave., police said.Lowell has state support for new high school
Lowell officials were told Thursday that they still have the Massachusetts School Building Authority's support in pursuing a new high school, despite months of confusion and debate about the school's location. However, now that the city appears poised to switch its plans and keep the high school downtown rather than build a new structure at Cawley Stadium, officials must take several steps to acquire MSBA approval and funding -- and the process will likely run well into next year.Gas main for luxe tower OK'd
City officials approved the construction of a 4,100-foot long natural gas main yesterday in preparation for the Back Bay's new behemoth luxury skyscraper, prompting outrage from residents who say National Grid skirted public process. The Public Improvement Commission's stamp of approval came despite pleas from a small crowd of residents and city councilors who asked for more time so that the City Council could conduct a full review of the proposal.
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