Three Boston University students were robbed at gunpoint early Saturday morning, according to the school; one of three robberies that took place near the campus within a few hours of each other.
Thousands of tiles make up an intricate puzzle showing the team celebrating a victory and honoring the late Myra Kraft.
The new law gives preference to virtual schools that reach out to special groups of students, including students with physical disabilities, students who have been expelled or dropped out, students who are pregnant and students who feel bullied.
A third armed robbery in the past two weeks near the Boston University campus has police warning students to be careful.
Students who are suspended or expelled from Massachusetts schools will soon have more educational options, under a new state law signed by Gov. Deval Patrick.
Thirty-four valedictorians from Boston Public Schools were honored at an annual luncheon at the Boston Harbor Hotel.
Grief counselors were available on Saturday at Silver Lake Regional High School, with many students still in shock from a crash involving four classmates.
A school bus and a car collided in Kingston early Friday morning, leaving two students critically injured.
Hundreds of students from Boston and surrounding communities took to the streets to protest the MBTA’s proposed fare increases.
Governor Patrick joined hundreds of eighth grade students from across the state on Saturday for a day of service in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.