I-Team: The Politics Of Marijuana LegalizationGet ready for a media blitz as supporters and opponents try to convince you to take sides on the issue of marijuana legalization.
Verizon Landline, Cable Workers Strike In BostonThe workers represent installers, customer service employees, repairmen and other service workers.
Mayor Walsh, Wynn Strike $1.7B Everett Casino DealBoston Mayor Marty Walsh has struck a deal with casino mogul Steve Wynn over a $1.7 billion casino and hotel project in Everett.
Mayor Walsh Demands Investigation Into Racism At Boston LatinMayor Marty Walsh is promising to look into allegations of racism at Boston’s most elite exam school, Boston Latin.
Mayor Walsh Previews State Of The City Address: 'A Year Of Action'On Tuesday night, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh will be on the stage at Symphony Hall to give the annual State of the City Address.
Mass. Lawmakers Weigh Changes To Bicycle LawsBills aimed at helping protect bicyclists are a focus of the first public hearing of the year at the Massachusetts Statehouse on Wednesday before the Legislature's Transportation Committee.
Mayor Walsh, Gov. Baker Ring Bells For Salvation ArmyA political dynamic duo joined forces for a good cause in downtown Boston Wednesday.
Keller @ Large: Marty Walsh Looks Back At 2015Walsh sat down with WBZ political analyst Jon Keller to talk about the accomplishments he was most proud of this year--and some he wasn't proud of.
Customers Shop Locally To Support 'Small Business Saturday'The national initiative aims to bring business to independent and "mom-and-pop" shops.
Boston Residents Asked To Sign Condolence Book For Paris VictimsBoston Mayor Marty Walsh is opening the doors of City Hall for residents to come and show their support for those injured and killed Friday night in Paris.
Gov. Baker: Massachusetts Open To Refugee Shelter DiscussionGov. Charlie Baker said he's willing to talk with federal officials about the possibility that Massachusetts could shelter some Syrian refugees to help ease Europe's humanitarian crisis.
Walsh, Evans Continue Efforts To Stop Recent Boston ViolenceBoston Mayor Marty Walsh and Police Commissioner Bill Evans showed Wednesday night that getting into the neighborhoods is one part of the solution to stopping the recent increase in violence.