Geoff Diehl and Joe Curtatone debate the merits of Question 1 on the November 4 ballot.
The brother of the mayor of Somerville was arrested on charges that he assaulted and tried to rape an Everett woman last week.
Governor Patrick signed an executive order authorizing the Mayor of Somerville to posthumously appoint Sean Collier as a city police officer.
A bill that would posthumously honor the dream of slain MIT officer Sean Collier to be appointed to the Somerville Police Department is moving quickly through the legislature.
Wouldn’t it be better to have more unscripted, natural interaction between politicians and the people?
Both Democrats and Republicans are trying to use Medicare as a political weapon.
Barcelona and the Catalonia region of Spain came to Northeastern University to give Boston a lesson on how to invest in regional transportation.
Massachusetts needs a new statewide transportation policy and they need it now. That was the message stated loud and clear at The Mayors and Municipal Leaders Transportation Summit.
Hundreds of thousands of dollars for the elderly are mishandled and some of the money is unaccounted for in Somerville.
Ann from Pembroke went to our curiosity web page to ask, “When are people going to be happy with enough… instead of wanting it all?”