September 28, 2013 On Tuesday September 24th, 2013 the people of Boston spoke by going out to the polls and voting for who they think should be the next mayor of the city of Boston. […]
It’s a crowded field vying to be the next mayor of Boston. Come Tuesday night though, the pack will be narrowed down from twelve to two.
The Christian Science Plaza will soon border the tallest residential building in the City of Boston.
Boston Mayor Tom Menino admitted Wednesday he used a poor choice of words to describe what he would do with the city of Detroit.
A spokeswoman for Boston’s mayor says Thomas Menino is sorry that his published remarks that Detroit should be blown up and started over caused offense in the Motor City.
The Greenway Carousel, a long-awaited attraction at the Rose Kennedy Greenway, opened with fanfare on Saturday, with Mayor Tom Menino and a throng of families on hand.
The state’s top political leaders are calling on Congress to pass stricter background checks for gun buyers.
The candidates vying to succeed Boston Mayor Tom Menino will be featured in special WBZ-TV coverage on Sunday mornings leading up to the Sept. 24 municipal election.
Two new restaurants in Hyde Park are among small businesses the city is investing in near MBTA stations.
Congressman Stephen Lynch will hold a public safety meeting Monday night at the Tynan School in South Boston to discuss the murder of Amy Lord.