Beacon Hill Group Sues To Stop Installation Of Concrete Sidewalk RampsThe Beacon Hill Civic Association has filed a lawsuit stop the city from installing handicapped-accessible concrete and plastic sidewalk ramps because they say it would damage the neighborhood's character.
A Breakdown Of Boston's Must-See NeighborhoodsBoston is a diverse and vibrant city. Though it is small and known as the "walking city," Boston's neighborhoods offer all types of activities, cuisine, art and culture. Head into the city this summer to explore all Boston has to offer.
Keller @ Large: Boston Globe Political Reporter Jim O'SullivanWBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller sits down with Boston Globe political reporter Jim O'Sullivan on Keller @ Large.
Mass. Lawmakers Pass Major Bills As Formal Sessions EndLawmakers approved several major pieces of legislation early Friday morning.
Report: Many State Boards Should Be EliminatedMassachusetts has dozens of state boards, commissions and task forces that no longer meet or file reports, or have simply become irrelevant.
Daily Talker: $40 Million Requested To Renovate Chambers At State House Speaker of the House Robert DeLeo is defending a plan to spend up to $20 million on upgrades to the House chambers. "We've got a lot of repairs that need to be done, anywhere from the roof to the floor," DeLeo told the Boston Globe. He also says wiring and flooring issues need to be fixed.
Mass. Lawmakers Eye $40M In Statehouse RepairsMassachusetts lawmakers are hoping to spend as much as $40 million to upgrade the House and Senate chambers at the Statehouse.
Keller @ Large: Mass. Senate Minority Leader Bruce TarrWBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller sat down with Senate Minority Leader Bruce Tarr of Gloucester.
Keller @ Large: Beacon Hill Residents Fight Against Upgrading Handicap RampsResidents of the Boston neighborhood are fighting the mayor's plan to upgrade handicap ramps on sidewalks there.
Tractor Trailer Crashes Onto Boston CommonIt took several hours for crews to remove a tractor trailer that crashed onto Boston Common Thursday afternoon.
Mass. Senate Turns Down Charter School ExpansionThe state Senate has rejected a bill that would have allowed for an expansion of charter schools in Boston and several other urban communities.
Lawmakers Kill Plan To Keep Boston Bars Open LaterMassachusetts lawmakers have killed the proposal to let Boston bars stay open later.
Beacon Hill Rushing To Pass Mass. Budget Massachusetts lawmakers are rushing to get a final state budget approved as the clock ticks down on the end of the 2014 fiscal year.
Beacon Hill To Hold St. Patrick's Day Hearing On "Green" Bills Massachusetts lawmakers are taking advantage of St. Patrick's Day to hold a hearing on a series of "green bills" related to the environment.
Russian Man Arrested Outside John Kerry’s Home Indicted On Child Porn ChargesA Russian national arrested last summer after taking photos in front of Secretary of State John Kerry’s Beacon Hill home has now been indicted on child pornography charges.