The Huntington News

Rep. David LeBoeuf serves as the state representative for the 17th Worcester District.
Rep. David LeBoeuf seeks to bring community, constituents of Worcester together
Matt Yan, news staff • November 23, 2020

Born and raised in Worcester, Rep. David LeBoeuf serves as the state representative for the 17th Worcester District. After taking office in 2018,...

Boston City Councilor Michelle Wu speaks to protestors rallying against the MBTA service cuts that were proposed Nov. 9.
Officials, residents, transit riders protest MBTA service cuts
Mihiro Shimano, news staff • November 23, 2020

On Nov. 11, local elected officials, Mission Hill and Jamaica Plain residents, among others, gathered at the Heath Street station in front of...

Architects and designers might have to incorporate what they’ve learned so far from the pandemic into planning spaces for the future.
In addressing COVID concerns, architects are finding lasting changes to design
Jill Makin, news correspondent • November 10, 2020

Following the spread of COVID-19 in the U.S., businesses, restaurants and public spaces have had to adapt their existing layouts in order to...

Hundreds of celebrators came together across the city to celebrate the victory of President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris in the 2020 election.
Bostonians celebrate Biden's win
Harriet Rovniak, news staff • November 10, 2020

Many residents of the city of Boston erupted in cheers at 11:30 Saturday morning, celebrating the historic win of President-elect Joe Biden and...

Protestors amassed in Roxbury
Photo Gallery: Hundreds gather in Nubian Square to denounce voter suppression
November 5, 2020

Question 1 on this year’s Massachusetts ballot passed with 75% voter approval.
Massachusetts votes ‘yes’ on Question 1, expanding 2013 right-to-repair law
Ali Dusinberre, news staff • November 5, 2020

Question 1 on this year’s Massachusetts ballot passed with 75% voter approval after a contentious debate this campaign season, with issues...

The entrance to the Belle Isle Marsh Reservation marks the last remaining salt water marsh in Boston. Members of the PUEBLO coalition worry that development will bring more visitors than the marsh can handle and that the plans don
Suffolk Downs project moves ahead, despite environmental, housing concerns
Avery Bleichfeld, managing editor • November 5, 2020

When the COVID-19 pandemic hit in March, the Boston Public Development Agency, or BPDA, stopped holding public meetings for all in-progress development...

Haley House was founded in 1996 and is located in Roxbury
Haley House Bakery Café serves food to empower community
Matt Yan, news staff • October 28, 2020

At Haley House Bakery Café, the mission is simple: food with a purpose.  General manager Misha Thomas said the café is far from traditional....

In 2016, Voters in the 18 to 29 age group were the only age range to increase their turnout rates compared to the previous election.
COVID-19 creates obstacles to engaging young voters
Jayden Khatib, deputy city editor • October 28, 2020

As Nov. 3 gets closer, political candidates are trying to shore up key constituencies, including the youth vote.   In the 2016 presidential...

Protestors gather and rally support for the implementation of Rank Choice Voting.
Massachusetts prepares to vote on Ranked Choice Voting
Julie Henry, news correspondent • October 28, 2020

On Nov. 3, Massachusetts voters will choose whether to implement ranked choice voting or uphold the status quo of winner-take-all. The majority...