New Helmet May Help College Lacrosse Player Get Back On The FieldWheaton College lacrosse player Alex Chu has been forced to sit on the bench because there's no helmet that fits.
Paul Ryan Talks Tax Reform At Lawrence Factory, But Protesters Had Other ConcernsProtesters greeted U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan at the Lawrence, Massachusetts New Balance factory.
Fenway Park Opens Early For 'This Is Boston' Workout"This is Boston" is a weekend-long celebration of the city organized by Daybreaker and New Balance.
New Balance Distances Itself From White Supremacist SupportAthletic-gear company New Balance is distancing itself from a white supremacist website's call to support it for statements a company executive made backing Republican President-elect Donald Trump.
Celtics Announce New Practice Facility At Boston Landing, Set For 2018 OpeningThe Celtics announced on Tuesday that they'll be building their own "world-class" practice facility at Boston Landing in the Allston-Brighton neighborhood.
Military Recruits Still Not Using American-Made SneakersLast April, the Department of Defense announced military recruits would start using athletic shoes 100 percent made and manufactured in America, in recognition of a law Congress passed in 1941 requiring the department give preference to American-made goods.
Runners To Participate In Falmouth Road Race VirtuallyFor the first time, runners will be able to participate in the New Balance Falmouth Road Race virtually, race officials announced on Friday.
Running Shoes Meant For Marathon Bombing Survivors StolenSomeone stole eleven pairs of New Balance sneakers from the trunk of a car.
Boston's Best Places To Buy Women's Athletic WearWhether you run, play tennis, swim or do yoga, there is a Boston-based fitness brand that is right for you.
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.
New Pentagon Policy Seen As Boost To US SneakersMassachusetts-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.