WELLESLEY, Mass. — For years, Wellesley College students who live along the Boston Marathon route have offered to make signs of encouragement for anyone who wants one. This year, they got more than double the usual requests.
BOSTON — The BAA and cities and towns along the route have put in place new security measures this year. Here’s what you need to know.
Adam Begley’s new biography, “Updike,” chronicles the life of prolific writer John Updike. He’s praised as “a national treasure whose writing continues to resonate like no one else’s.”
The study found abnormalities in areas of the brain related to emotion, motivation and decision-making.
BOSTON — The effort to capture the bombing suspects raised questions for legal experts, scholars and Watertown residents, and inspired state authorities to incorporate new guidance into their crisis management plans.
BOSTON — The American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts is suing the FBI and the state’s U.S. Attorney to obtain information about the operations of the state’s Joint Terrorism Task Force.
BOSTON — The former Boston police commissioner and the Watertown police chief testified on the response to last year’s marathon bombing.
BOSTON — “I just didn’t want to hide it anymore,” UMass starter Derrick Gordon said in his announcement.
Though Stereo Jack’s might seem like a blast from the past, owner Jack Woker shows that the business of buying and selling vinyl is far from outdated.
BOSTON — Massachusetts saw decreases in disability- or illness-related voting problems, rejection of military and overseas ballots, and registration or absentee ballots problems.