• the embrace January 12, 2023 8:13 pm

    Embrace: The Kings

    ‘Embrace: The Kings’ is a moving half-hour special about The Embrace monument being unveiled on Boston Common honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King, their love story in Boston, and their fight for equity for all of us in Boston and around the world. It’s the catalyst for how we look at everything around social justice. Brought...

  • Boston October 21, 2021 3:11 pm

    Wu Maintains Commanding Lead Over Essaibi George Ahead of Debate, New Poll Shows

    With two weeks to go until the Boston mayoral election, Michelle Wu continues to hold a commanding lead over opponent Annissa Essaibi George, a new poll shows. The poll, conducted by Suffolk University for NBC10 Boston and The Boston Globe, has Wu at 62%, more than double the 30% Essaibi George received. Seven percent of respondents remain undecided. A MassINC/WBUR…

  • vaccine August 18, 2021 7:48 am

    The #LastBestShot: A Campaign to Increase Acceptance of Vaccines

    Nearly 18 months after the coronavirus pandemic shuttered much of the world, we are still in a state of uncertainty. A vaccine for a deadly virus was developed with unprecedented speed, yet many have yet to take it. So media partners around the city, including NBC10 Boston, NECN and Telemundo Nueva Inglaterra, are participating in a Boston Globe community effort,…

  • this week in business March 12, 2021 11:45 am

    Vaccine Preregistration, Job Losses, Vineyard Wind and COVID Relief

    Shirley Leung of The Boston Globe on a new phase for Massachusetts vaccine sign-ups, shocking pandemic job loss numbers, revived Vineyard Wind plans and the COVID relief bill.

  • Shirley Leung April 26, 2020 1:59 pm

    New Jobless Claims, More Small Business Loans Possible

    Shirley Leung of The Boston Globe is on the business beat looking at the growing number of jobless claims, the next round of PPP loans, the Trump/Harvard faceoff and the process of reopening.

  • Decision 2020 February 26, 2020 2:31 pm

    Boston Globe Endorses Warren, 2 Years After Dismissing Her as ‘Divisive'

    The Boston Globe’s editorial board has endorsed Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts for the Democratic nomination for president, the paper said Tuesday evening. “It is Warren’s efforts to put money lost by reckless bankers during the financial crisis back in people’s pockets, and to protect consumers from predatory lenders and credit card contracts, that give her the bona fides...

  • The Boston Globe February 16, 2020 11:13 am

    Police Say Officers Were Involved in Shooting at Brigham and Women's: Report

    A police report detailing last week’s shooting outside Boston’s Brigham and Women’s hospital and the subsequent fatal shooting on Route 9 after a chase says police were involved in shootings but doesn’t say whether the man at the center of both incidents fired a gunshot, according to The Boston Globe.

  • boston public schools December 8, 2019 2:32 pm

    Bathroom Problems Spotted in Slew of Boston Public Schools Last Year: Report

    Bathrooms in Boston public schools are often unsanitary, “gross” and lack basics like toilet paper and hot water, according to a review by The Boston Globe. Leaks and the stench of urine are prevalent, according to members of the school community. Feces and sanitary pads can be seen strewn on the floor. Of 111 Boston Public School buildings surveyed by…

  • Boston November 29, 2019 9:13 am

    Boston-Bound Jet Reports Seeing Green Laser

    The crew of a commercial airliner headed to Boston has reported being targeted by a green laser light.

  • Boston November 28, 2019 4:09 pm

    Boston Children's Theatre Closing Amid Misconduct Allegations

    The Boston’s Children’s Theatre has canceled its classes and will close before its holiday performances, after its director’s resignation amidst misconduct charges. The theater group filed for bankruptcy Wednesday night, according to The Boston Globe.

  • Massachusetts November 22, 2019 2:44 pm

    Child Neglect in Massachusetts Group Homes on Rise: Report

    A new report says incidents of child neglect in group homes in Massachusetts have increased by 55% in the past year. The report from the state’s Child Advocate’s office says that at least 184 children were neglected in group homes during the last fiscal year. More than 10% of the children were 11 years old or younger.

  • Boston November 16, 2019 9:13 am

    Red Line Weekend Shutdowns Begin

    It’s the first weekend of closures for the Red Line between the Broadway and Kendall/MIT stations. Shuttle buses will replace train service on the weekends from Nov. 15 through Dec. 15,  with the exception of Thanksgiving weekend.

  • Boston November 16, 2019 2:02 pm

    MBTA Red Line Weekend Closures Come Start, Part of Accelerated Improvement Plan

    Public transit commuters who depend on the MBTA Red Line may have their service disrupted on weekends for the next month as crews will shut down service from Broadway to Kendall/MIT for maintenance. The T announced weekend closings will begin Friday and end on Dec. 15, with the exception of Thanksgiving weekend. Normal services will resume on Monday’s.

  • Boston November 14, 2019 4:55 pm

    MBTA Announces Red Line Weekend Shutdowns Starting Nov. 15

    Red Line service between the Broadway and Kendall/MIT stations will be closing on weekends beginning this week, with shuttle buses replacing train service, the MBTA announced. The weekend closings will begin on Nov. 15 and end on Dec. 15, the MBTA said in a statement. Thanksgiving weekend will be the exception to this, with regular train service running from Nov....

  • Boston November 12, 2019 10:59 am

    Students Object to Former Sen. Scott Brown's Selection As Law School Head

    Former Republican U.S. Sen. Scott Brown’s selection to lead a Massachusetts law school is not sitting well with some students. The Boston Globe reports that more than 150 people have signed a petition demanding that New England Law Boston trustees reverse their decision to appoint Brown as dean and president.

  • lawyer November 8, 2019 5:11 pm

    Massachusetts General Hospital Settles With Doctor in Wrongful Termination Lawsuit

    A lawyer for an orthopedic surgeon says Massachusetts General Hospital has agreed to pay $13 million to settle a wrongful termination lawsuit. The Boston Globe reports Dr. Dennis Burke’s lawyer disclosed the settlement terms Thursday, which included offering Burke his job back and naming a hospital safety initiative after him.

  • Boston November 8, 2019 1:50 pm

    Former US Sen. Scott Brown to Become Dean at New England Law Boston

    Scott Brown is coming back to New England next month. The U.S. Ambassador to New Zealand and Samoa is adding a new title to his list, law school dean. Brown and New England Law Boston shared the news on Friday.

  • Boston Globe November 5, 2019 7:40 pm

    Municipal Marijuana Contracts Investigated by Grand Jury

    A Massachusetts grand jury is investigating contracts and payments between municipalities and the marijuana companies they host. The Boston Globe reports the grand jury convened by U.S. Attorney Andrew Lelling is part of a larger effort by federal prosecutors to curb local corruption related to the cannabis industry.

  • Boston police November 5, 2019 9:02 am

    Shooting Victim Found Near Hyde Park Prep School; Gunman Sought

    Boston police are reportedly searching for a gunman who left a man injured just steps away from a prep school in Hyde Park. The shooting was reported shortly before 9 p.m. near 885 River St. Responding officers found the man suffering from at least one gunshot wound near the entrance of the Boston Preparatory Charter Public School parking lot.

  • The Associated Press November 4, 2019 2:12 pm

    Longtime Boston Children's Theatre Official Resigns Amid Allegations

    The longtime artistic director of the Boston Children’s Theatre resigned last week amid allegations of inappropriate behavior with his students. The Boston Globe reported Sunday that 58-year-old Burgess Clark resigned last Tuesday, two days before an anonymous email was sent to the theater’s board of directors describing experiences of 17 former students. Three of the accusers say they were kissed...

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