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If we care about inequality as much as we claim, writes Rich Barlow, we should approve the ballot question.
The Huntington Theatre Company's production of Mike Lew's "Tiger Style!" earns laughs, but also some raised eyebrows, says Carolyn Clay.
We look at how the construction workforce is changing and the hurdles women still face.
The strike authorization vote comes after a nearly three-week strike by dining services workers at Harvard University.
A report found that the off-duty sheriff was justified in using deadly force after Arthur DaRosa started attacking people at a Taunton mall in May.
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A new report out by the U.S. Drought Monitor shows the area of severe drought throughout the state is down 2 percent this week.
Police say 24-year-old James Clermont was found in a car close to the Milton line around 11:30 a.m. Sunday.
This year, Iranian artist Mehdi Ghadyanloo is at work in Dewey Square on a piece he calls "Spaces of Hope."
The Islamic Society of Greater Worcester has been trying to buy a plot of farmland in the central Massachusetts town of Dudley, with plans to convert the land into a cemetery, all year.
Today clouds will thicken and rain will begin later this morning and afternoon.
Video circulating on social media shows passengers frantically kicking out windows and trying to pry open doors, while the subway tunnel at Back Bay Station fills with smoke.
A nationwide poll of millennial voters finds Hillary Clinton with a commanding 28-point lead over Donald Trump.
The officials were unwilling to have their electric ratepayers pick up the tab for gas pipes that would have served the entire region.
Thomas Adés, perhaps the world's best living composer, starts his official collaboration with the BSO with a series of concerts this fall.
The campaign on Question 2 is the most expensive in state history -- but some contributions are more traceable than others.
An exhibit of “International Posters on Gender-Based Inequality, Violence and Discrimination.”
"The Scottsboro Boys," Kander and Ebb's provocative musical about a tragic miscarriage of justice, receives a painfully timely New England premiere by SpeakEasy Stage, says Joyce Kulhawik.
Under the agreement reached with Harvard, the union says there will be no change to the health care plan for the first two years of the five-year deal.
Social media reports from the scene showed panicked commuters breaking windows to get out of the train as T workers hurried to the open doors.