According to the group, Cornell economists estimate that passage of the ballot question would cost Massachusetts citizens $249 million in higher food prices in the first year.
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Sunshine will be limited into the weekend with an increasing chance of wet weather at the end of the week.
Unlike the other three questions, Question 1's impact could be limited to a small portion of the state.
Connecting the people dots brought many into Molly’s life: Iranian teachers, Hungarian figure skaters, New Zealand travelers.
Andris Nelsons, who has transformed the Boston Symphony Orchestra with his global vision, sits down to discuss his career and plans for the future.
WBUR's Anthony Brooks joined a group of college students watching the debate in the swing state of New Hampshire.
A report from the U.S. Attorney for Massachusetts concludes there's been a pattern of race-based discrimination at the school.
The referendum is being backed by a developer with a very specific plan in mind for land near Suffolk Downs in Revere.
Executive Director Brian Golden says the BRA's new name -- the Boston Planning and Development Agency -- signals the cultural shift that has taken place at the agency in the last two years.
A poll that makes no attempt to control who participates should not be viewed as representative, writes Steve Koczela.
U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren says while many charter schools produce "extraordinary results" for students, she plans to vote no on Question 2.
Deputy Chief Wayne Foster was put on paid leave by the mayor over questions regarding the handling of the officer charged with managing the department's evidence room.
Dozens of MBTA janitors attended Monday's board meeting to put a human face on the impacts of a recent contract extension for T janitors -- which they say has resulted in a reduction of work hours and benefits.
Baker says he plans to vote against Question 1, a carefully worded addendum to the state's expanded gaming law that would favor licensing a new gambling facility at Suffolk Downs.
We certainly haven't seen constantly poor weather lately. But today will be a rainy one, and the rest of the week there will be far less sunshine.
A new online tool is tapping into the popularity of ride-hailing services to help make sure patients don't miss their doctor’s appointments.
The Harvard Film Archive is honoring the actress with a retrospective featuring some of her best known films and she is also the recipient of this year’s W.E.B. Du Bois Medal.
The 10-piece Houston band plays the Sinclair in Cambridge on Sunday, Oct. 2.
NPR's politics teams fact checks the first presidential debate.
Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump meet in their first debate Monday night.
Statewide results on MCAS and PARCC showed little change in some grades and were not released in others.