By law, the door-busting mayhem of Black Friday did not begin until after the stroke of midnight in Massachusetts. But in Brookline there’s a store that’s never once had a sale — Black Friday or not.
BOSTON — Boston paused to remember President John F. Kennedy and his words on the 50th anniversary of his assassination.
BOSTON — Voters in East Boston voted against the proposal, 56 to 44 percent. But an effort to salvage the plan is already brewing.
BOSTON — On Friday, 44 years after basketball great Bill Russell ended a 13-year career with the Boston Celtics that included 11 NBA titles, the city honored him with a statue.
We trace JFK’s Massachusetts roots, from the Brookline home where he grew up to a pithy presidential campaign speech at Harvard Law School.
WATERTOWN, Mass. — The manhunt for the Boston Marathon bombing suspects ended in Watertown. Residents there have lingering questions.
BOSTON — Boston’s Downtown Crossing has a lot of history, but it’s seen a series of highs and lows since its heyday. Now, the bustling retail district is becoming more residential, and luxury housing is driving up costs in nearby neighborhoods.
BOSTON — Some say the jobs and added revenue aren’t worth it, while others say fears over increased crime, traffic and damage to local businesses are overblown.
BOSTON — Religious leaders from more than 30 churches in East Boston have launched a community campaign opposing construction of a proposed casino at Suffolk Downs.
BOSTON — Boston Police Commissioner Edward Davis is stepping down after seven years on the job.