The union for the Boston Police Department (BPD) has agreed to extend its body camera pilot program to September 2017 for further observation and research.
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The event advocated support for women, people of color, immigrants, LGBTQA+ individuals and people with disabilities.
Hundreds of Boston high school and university students walked out of classes Monday as part of a nationwide student movement against President-elect Donald J. Trump.
Massachusetts residents voted Tuesday to legalize recreational marijuana, not expand charter schools and open up funds for affordable housing projects.
Boston voters will vote on whether to accept the Community Preservation Act (CPA), which would create taxes to fund affordable housing, historic preservation and construction of parks and open spaces.
Northeastern announced it will be launching a loan program designed to provide below-market interest rates for local businesses owned by women and minorities at a press conference Tuesday morning.
For the first time ever, Boston voters have the option of casting ballots prior to the nationwide Election Day this year through a new initiative.
A second high-ranking member of Mayor Martin J. Walsh’s administration was indicted for union-related extortion charges on June 29 in connection to the city’s popular Boston Calling music festival, according to federal prosecutors.
Emotions are mixed after the announcement that Boston is the US Olympic Committee’s choice for the Summer Olympic Games in 2024.
Mayor Martin J. Walsh discussed the City of Boston’s successes and needs for improvement in regard to education, housing, diversity and more in Boston’s first State of the City Address. Around 2,500 people convened in Symphony Hall Tuesday evening for the event, just over a year after Walsh’s inauguration.