The new president of the Massachusetts Senate said he wants to bring in experts to make sure Bay State taxpayers are not footing the bill if Boston is chosen to host the Summer Olympics in 2024.
Boston residents will get their first chance on Wednesday to see how Olympic planners would handle the 2024 Summer Games if they come to the city.
There is no debate over whether or not Boston is a “world-class” city, whatever that means.
The businessman leading the push for Boston to host the Olympics in 2024 tells WBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller that landing the games would be a bold step into the future for the city and the state.
BOSTON (CBS) – With the U.S. Olympic committee choosing Boston as the American bidder for the 2024 Summer Olympics last week, we take our first look at all angles of the possible Boston summer games. […]
Olympic historian David Wallechinsky said that if Paris chooses to enter the bidding, the city will be a favorite to win the Games.
I see one core principle worth fighting for – no taxpayer money going to anything but basic infrastructure that we need to do anyway.
The United States Olympic Committee eliminated three other cities and chose Boston to potentially host the Olympic and Paralympic games in 2024.
Interestingly and controversially, there hasn’t been one public hearing on the proposal yet.
Boston will know soon if it will compete with international cities as it hopes to host the 2024 Olympics.