Boston firefighters have not yet determined the cause of a nine-alarm fire in Allston that displaced dozens of residents and injured multiple people.
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh on Friday called the Massachusetts Gaming Commission’s decision to strip Boston of its surrounding community status for the planned Everett casino “petty,” saying the commission makes up the rules as it goes.
The mayor says it’ll give him a chance to see how serious other U.S. cities are about making a bid.
Wednesdays With Walsh.
If approved, the measure would reverse a key part of the city’s immigration policy under former Mayor Thomas Menino.
Boston business owners are worried about losing business due to the impending tropical storm for July 4.
The week of July 4 also tends to see an uptick in violence. Since Saturday, there have been four shootings in Boston.
As the U.S. advances in the world cup, soccer fever is catching on in Boston.
Boston mayor Marty Walsh saw the city successfully host a World Cup viewing party for the U.S.-Germany match on Thursday, and he’s ready to do it again.
Marty Walsh on Thursday said he does not want to spend tax money on casino issues since the law could be repealed.