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Runner on a treadmill using road race technology. (Photo by Outside Interactive)

Runners To Participate In Falmouth Road Race Virtually

For the first time, runners will be able to participate in the New Balance Falmouth Road Race virtually, race officials announced on Friday.


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Running Shoes Meant For Marathon Bombing Survivors Stolen

Someone stole eleven pairs of New Balance sneakers from the trunk of a car.


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Boston’s Best Places To Buy Women’s Athletic Wear

Whether you run, play tennis, swim or do yoga, there is a Boston-based fitness brand that is right for you.


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Thousands Take Part In ‘Run To Home Base’

More than 2,600 people showed up at Fenway Park on Saturday to take part in the 5th annual Run to Home Base.


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New Pentagon Policy Seen As Boost To US Sneakers

Massachusetts-based New Balance could get a boost worth tens of millions of dollars with a new Pentagon policy providing military recruits with U.S.-made sneakers.


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Maine Senators Say U.S. Military Should Buy American-Made Athletic Shoes

Senators Collins and King say the military’s policy has placed jobs in jeopardy in states such as Maine and Massachusetts, where New Balance Athletic Shoe has offices and plants.


Sketch for New Brighton Landing MBTA station in Allston.

New Commuter Rail Station Planned For Allston

New Balance just signed a deal with Massachusetts to build a Commuter Rail station in Allston.


A sketch of New Balance's planned expansion of its Brighton headquarters. (Courtesy: New Balance-BBJ)

New Balance Plans To Expand Brighton Headquarters

New Balance has filed plans for a $235 million expansion of its Brighton headquarters that will include a hotel, office buildings, a stadium for track and field and a hockey rink.



New Balance Forms Partnership With Playworks

New Balance is investing 1.2 million dollars over the next couple years to help the program succeed at an even higher level.


Maureen Duerr, assistant principal at Arlington Elementary School in Lawrence, with students at the new playground. (photo by Carl Stevens)

Lawrence Community Builds Playground In One Day

Students at an elementary school in Lawrence are celebrating the accomplishment of a single day: a new playground.