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Boston Mayor Marty Walsh discussed critiscism over the city's response to the Boston Marathon bombings.
You want to be more conscious of helping Mother Earth, but you're busy with work, school, driving the kids to endless sports and activities, dinners, movies, concerts…I get it. We're all very busy, day in and day out. So I thought I would give you a few easy ways to to make small changes in... Read more
The Boston Globe and its affiliated websites, Boston.com and BostonGlobe.com, were awarded the Pulitzer Prize for breaking news coverage for the coverage of the Boston Marathon bombings in April 2013.
If you prefer an Aviation to a glass of wine or an Old Fashioned to a light beer but lack mixology chops, a Somerville design firm recently conceptualized a "smart' solution to your imbibing woes. The Connected Cocktail Project, from design house Altitude, is a a full cocktail-making ecosystem complete with Bluetooth pour spouts, cloud... Read more
The brother of slain MIT police officer Sean Collier talks to the OBF Blog about the upcoming anniversary of his brother's death, the healing process and his future, which includes a summer wedding.
Is stress getting in the way of your job satisfaction? Be Well, Boston host Lara Salahi talks with author Sharon Salzberg about how to find happiness and calm in a busy career.
Readers tell us their stories about what motivates them to get moving.
Yes, it's still early in the season. But dropping three out of four to the Yankees hurts no matter what time of year it is. Sure, it was a weekend without Koji Uehara and Dustin Pedroia (and manager John Farrell for the series finale), but that was only part of the problem. Chad Finn and... Read more
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Gov. Martin O'Malley has signed a bill that decriminalizes the possession of small amounts of marijuana starting in October.
New to Boston's Back Bay, Back Bay Harry's is the kind of restaurant that really does cater to everyone; office workers pack the place at lunch, locals flock to the welcoming bar, and there's even a killer brunch served up on Sundays.
Dustin Pedroia's left wrist injury is still being checked out in Boston, but the Sox second baseman's injury does not appear serious, a source tells the Globe's Peter Abraham.
The Boston Young Professionals Association hosted its 12th anniversary party last weekend at Central Wharf in Boston.
BOSTON (AP) — The state's highest court has upheld a law that allows Massachusetts utility regulators to charge electric companies for the costs of investigating major outages after storms.
MIAMI (AP) — Democrats in the nation's largest swing state see medical marijuana as a potential antidote to political malaise in this year's midterm elections.
No Red Sox fan should require the reminder that Boston's second baseman is essential, to their lineup, their defense, and their attitude, writes Chad Finn.