U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren, fresh off her re-election win Tuesday night, said Thursday she had no timeline to decide whether to run for president, instead focusing on what she thinks Congress needs to do to keep the Russian election meddling... Read more
Today is the last chance for Bostonians to cast their ballots early in the midterm elections. Everyone else will have to trek over to their local polling station on Tuesday, Nov. 6 to vote normally.
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Support is dwindling for a ballot question that would impose mandatory limits on the maximum number of patients that can be assigned to one nurse, according to a new poll out Wednesday.
Thirty-one percent of likely voters in the WBUR/MassINC... Read more
Former state Sen. Brian Joyce, who was charged by federal prosecutors in 2017 with running his State House office as a "criminal enterprise," was found dead by his wife on Thursday in their Westport home, according to authorities.
Joyce, 56, who... Read more
Boston’s faster than expected population growth prompted the city to re-assess its housing goals, the Walsh administration announced Wednesday, as it raised the planned number of new units to be completed in 2030 from 53,000 to 69,000.
The... Read more
With recovery efforts still ongoing after gas explosions rocked the Merrimack Valley last Thursday in Andover, North Andover, and Lawrence, forcing thousands to evacuate, Boston politicians are looking to get an updated read on the city’s gas... Read more
Boston City Councillor-at-Large Annissa Essaibi-George will kick off a series of town hall meetings later this month that will stretch across the city throughout the fall. The first will be held on Thurs., Sept. 25 at the Thelma D. Burns Building in... Read more
Liz Miranda was up at 7 a.m. last Tuesday, and promptly told she was banished from the campaign office. She cast her vote for the first time at her new home precinct, the Lilla J. Frederick School, went with her family to the Roxbury precinct where she... Read more