CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Sean Collier, the MIT police officer allegedly killed by the Boston Marathon bombing suspects, was remembered Friday — a year after his death.
BOSTON — The firehouse on Boylston Street where Lt. Ed Walsh and firefighter Michael Kennedy worked is the city’s second busiest, and it’s where young firefighters want to go because it’s where the action is.
BOSTON — Compared to 2013, acceptance rates are down at a number of local universities.
BOSTON — Boston Mayor Martin Walsh is proposing to have the city designated as a host community for resort casino proposals in Everett and Revere.
BOSTON — Students for Justice in Palestine say they are being unfairly singled out. The university says the group has been suspended “for multiple violations of university policy over an extended period of time.”
NASHUA, N.H. — Former U.S. Senator Scott Brown is considering another run for the Senate, this time in New Hampshire.
BOSTON — President Obama was in Greater Boston Wednesday night raising money for his party, as he tries to preserve a Democratic Senate in this fall’s election.
BOSTON — The Department of Children and Families has been embroiled in controversy since last year’s disappearance of 5-year-old Jeremiah Oliver. We speak with Olga Roche, the agency’s commissioner.
BOSTON — Many high-achieving low-income students don’t know about the most selective colleges — or realize they can afford to go.
BOSTON — Among the adjunct faculty’s reasons for forming a union, raises have not kept up with inflation and full-time faculty can make $3,000 more per course than adjunct faculty.