We talk to WBUR’s David Boeri about the week ahead in the trial of accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
About 2 percent of American children are allergic to peanuts, and while that may not sound like a lot, the number has more than quadrupled since 1997.
The School Committee is planning to vote Tuesday night on one of four finalists selected to fill the job.
Residents of Boston and Cambridge must start getting rid of their space savers today, but there are some residents aren’t quite ready to give up their traffic cones.
We discuss the looming state budget gap, the ongoing woes over the MBTA, the Tsarnaev trial’s opening statements next week and how FEMA funding is at risk if the Department of Homeland Security shuts down.
Leonard Nimoy died Friday morning at the age of 83 in his home in Los Angeles. But Nimoy’s first home was right here in Boston.
There’s more to winter than shoveling and tough commutes. There’s love and joy. We’ll talk winter and the literature it inspires.
Lance DeFoggi is captain of the USC Bollard, a 65-foot Coast Guard vessel. Its core mission is to break up ice.
We talk to Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey.
When Mimi Baird was six years old, her father disappeared from her life. “My mother told me he wasn’t coming home,” she says. “It was just, he was ‘away.'”
A gridlocked Congress is on the verge of shutting down the Department of Homeland Security and Congressman Jim McGovern has decided not to attend a joint session address by the Israeli prime minister next week.
Tom Rush was a mainstay at The Unicorn in Back Bay and the legendary Club 47 in Harvard Square.
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