Approximately 600 residents attended the “Immigrant and Refugee Community Forum” in light of President Donald J. Trump’s recent travel ban and threats against sanctuary cities.
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“In the City of Boston, we will keep our young people, our future and our scholars safe in our schools,” Jackson said.
Tremont Crossing is a proposed multimillion-dollar development project in Roxbury that would include residential, retail, art and office space.
Mayor Walsh touted his accomplishments before 2,500 people at Symphony Hall on Tuesday evening.
The New England Historic Genealogical Society scanned and uploaded documents dating to the 17th century.
After ramping up its homicide detective units, the Boston Police Department (BPD) has increased its homicide solution rate by 10 percent.
Northeastern University Provost James C. Bean and Treasurer Thomas E. Nedell hosted a town hall meeting Friday in the Alumni Center.
Students Against Institutional Discrimination (SAID) discussed reforming the referendum process and more with the Student Government Association (SGA) on Thursday, Oct. 20.
The Massachusetts deadline for eligible citizens to register to vote in the presidential election is one week away—but how can students register to vote?