Keller @ Large: AFL-CIO President On MBTA ReformThe president of the state’s largest collection of union workers talked MBTA reform, Boston’s Olympic bid and trade on Sunday’s Keller @ Large.
Group Pushing Boston Olympics Raised $2.9M In 1st QuarterThe group pushing to bring the 2024 Summer Olympics to Boston raised nearly $2.9 million during the first quarter of the year, and spent just over $2 million.
Keller @ Large: Senate President ‘Very Worried’ About Boston Olympic Bid FundingRosenberg said lawmakers have settled on a consultant to study Boston 2024’s proposal for hosting the games.
Keller @ Large: Baker Says T Control Board Would Bring ‘Sense Of Urgency’Baker also tells Keller he wants to see a detailed plan from Boston's Olympic bid organizers.
Celtics Co-Owner Steve Pagliuca Takes Over Boston 2024 BidThe group leading the bid to bring the 2024 Olympics to Boston is shaking up its management.
David Ortiz, Larry Bird Tapped To Aid Boston's Olympic BidBoston 2024 is enlisting some star power in its efforts to host the 2024 Summer Olympics.
Zolak & Bertrand: Shaughnessy Says 'No Thanks' To Boston OlympicsFor economical and logistical reasons, Dan Shaughnessy, Scott Zolak and Marc Bertrand all feel like the Boston Olympics are a bad idea.
Keller @ Large: AG Maura Healey On Olympics, Legalizing PotAttorney General Maura Healey shared her views on Boston’s bid for the 2024 Summer Olympics and a push to legalize marijuana in Massachusetts on Keller @ Large Sunday morning.
Boston Olympic Bid Backers Call For Statewide Vote In Nov. 2016Boston voters will have the final say, according to bid organizers.
Massachusetts To Hire Consultant For Boston Olympics 2024 BidRepublican Gov. Charlie Baker and Democratic leaders of the state Legislature announced Monday they would jointly hire an outside consultant to advise them on the bid to bring the 2024 Olympics to Boston, saying they wanted to assure that hosting the games wouldn't unfairly burden taxpayers.
Boston's Olympic Chief Confident In BidSince the euphoria of being chosen as the U.S. bid city in January, the road has turned bumpy for organizers.