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Most of the "yes" money has come from a D.C.-based political action committee, while the health care and alcohol industries have lined up against legalization.
Rather than solely focusing on food itself, To Market magazine is looking at the people and policies around the food we eat.
The plan has been controversial because of concerns about rising health costs and because the expansion will result in the demolition of the beloved Prouty Garden.
As self-driving cars inch closer to getting onto the region's roadways, the state is trying to get a handle on the technology -- and the regulatory challenges it brings.
When asked by a debate moderator if he will "absolutely accept the result of this election," Donald Trump responded that he "will look at it at the time."
It's the lowest the state's jobless rate has been since June 2001.
Sunshine starts the day, but clouds will finish. Temperatures are running cooler today.
“When you pick up a can of spray paint, it’s like an addiction," the Boston artist says.
Now in its second year, the film festival's fall series provides a diverse array of films that are high caliber at The Brattle Theatre.
The new 15-year timeframe corresponds with the statute of limitations for rape and sexual assault.
Ritzer's family isn't seeking personal financial compensation but instead wants answers to questions surrounding her death.
Revere voters on Tuesday rejected a non-binding slots parlor ballot question, dealing a setback to a local developer who is betting that statewide voters on Nov. 8 will agree to launching a slots parlor there.
Temperatures this afternoon will reach close to or above 80 degrees.
The 2017 opening of an Amazon Books branch has writer Ethan Gilsdorf worried about the future of Greater Boston's vibrant indie bookseller scenes.
Fifty-five percent of likely voters back the ballot measure, while 40 percent are opposed.
About 150 people, many clutching small American flags, became U.S. citizens while taking part in a naturalization ceremony in Malden on Tuesday.
Ghadyanloo is known for creating more than 100 surreal works of public art in Tehran. The Greenway mural is his first in the U.S.
For 29 years, Loretta Barrasso worked at the Cambridge Pediatrics clinic as a medical assistant -- taking measurements and temperatures, checking vision and hearing.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will take part in the final presidential debate ahead of Election Day.
The school's recent move follows its decision 10 years ago to adopt a test-optional admissions policy.