David Ortiz himself was on hand for the opening, and had a message to his fans: "I love corn."
There could be a few showers or even a thundershower Wednesday night and again Thursday.
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The school hopes the project will "promote access to justice by means of access to legal information."
Maine Gov. Paul LePage's remarks drew criticism from some of the other governors attending the annual conference.
In May, the selectmen set in motion plans to stop the cemetery by buying the parcel of land from underneath the Islamic Society of Greater Worcester.
This year, the racial makeup of Boston's exam school initiative are flipped, with 46 percent of the students participating are black and Latino.
Blair Wong started losing his sight in his 20s. But it didn't stop him from teaching opticians his craft.
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A criminal complaint says the FBI received a tip last month that Garguilo had recently acquired parts to make an AR-15 rifle and was stockpiling tasers, mace guns and other weapons.
Dry, sunny and seasonably warm weather is the rule all week.
The Higgins family hasn't been able to use water from its farm's faucets since last September when the school told them their water was contaminated.
Greg Cook, a critic for The ARTery, discusses the metrics he used to rank Greater Boston's best public art.
Nearly 300 people gathered to listen to a Wellesley high school student speak about what his family endured.
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This list, from The ARTery's Greg Cook, adopts a more expansive definition of art.
MBTA transit police said a male cyclist, between 25 and 30 years old went through gates that had been lowered for an approaching train on the outbound Fitchburg Line when he was fatally struck.
Former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld and his Libertarian Party running mate -- presidential nominee Gary Johnson -- held a rally in Boston Saturday asking Bay State voters for their backing.
Fans hope she'll return for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo, but Raisman says she's just going to take things one day at a time.
There was no further information on the victims or the suspects.
The union argues the city is violating their agreement by selecting officers to wear body cameras for a pilot program that was originally designed to be voluntary.
The one-woman discussion group sandwiches civil engagement in her performance, with staff-trained facilitators guiding chats among strangers in the audience.
A Harvard evolution expert says we're so hard-wired to avoid exercise that the university should bring back a physical education requirement to help students move more.