You may enjoy a nice walk through Boston Common, but here are 5 things you didn’t know about the Common.
This summer and early fall, Boston has a dance season that spans theaters, parks and even graveyards.
The Ancient Artillery Company will fire a 19 gun salute at 2:45 p.m. to celebrate the June Day Parade.
The chief of the National Guard Bureau is set to pay tribute to hundreds of service members from Massachusetts and New York who played a key part in the response to the Boston Marathon bombings.
An American flag for every fallen hero in the state of Massachusetts – 33,000 since the Civil War – now sits on Boston Common.
Boston is giving residents and visitors plenty of ways to remember the fallen on Memorial Day, 2013.
The annual Ducklings Day Parade was held Sunday at the Boston Public Garden.
Gun owners called on legislators Wednesday to simplify the state’s strict but “convoluted” gun control laws, saying they had failed to stem violence in Massachusetts.
Before you lose your chance to get outdoors and enjoy what is left of the season, try these five easy activities to revel in colder temperatures.
Parts of Boston Common are about to become a “rotating” off leash dog park in the mornings and evenings.