The Boston Landmarks Commission will consider whether the massive sign should get official landmark status.
Will other athletes follow in the footsteps of Carmelo Anthony and demand changes to the justice system? Bill and Only A Game analyst Charlie Pierce discuss this week's intersection of politics and sports. Also, what's in store for the Golden State Warriors and Chicago Bulls now that they've completed major free agency transactions?
Chris Gabrieli's Empower Schools brought together education officials to discuss a proposed end to the "civil war" between charters and more traditional schools.
The complaint was filed Tuesday against Eric Ruske, a professor of music in BU's College of Fine Arts, in Suffolk Superior Court.
I had two other young sons at home and keeping them safe from Nat’s aggression was a heartbreaking situation.
In a first-of-its-kind exhibition, selections from Isabella Stewart Gardner's unique art collection have been moved away from their stipulated locations to tell the origin story of the collection itself.
The Bruins lost to the Hurricanes 3-2 in overtime Thursday night, but the loss still gives them first place in the Atlantic Division.
A look back as the landmark Somerville nightclub prepares to close March 13.
It would be easy to say that each NBA kid is equally cute, but we live in a hierarchical society, and one adorable kid MUST rise above the rest. Will Riley Curry or Lil' Chris reign supreme? What about PJ Rose or LeBron James Jr.?
Gov. Charlie Baker delivered his first State of the Commonwealth address Thursday night, laying out what he accomplished in his first year in office as well as his priorities for 2016.
Specialists say there’s good reason to think point-of-sale prevention at gun shops can make a meaningful dent in curbing suicides.
Remembering the great David Bowie: the man, the music, the icon.
The newspaper expects it could still take a while to iron out all the glitches caused by a switch to a new distributor.
Married with two children,Garrett Swasey worked as a police officer at the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs. Swasey was originally from Melrose, Massachusetts, where Police Chief Michael Lyle said he dedicated much of his life to helping others.