NBC Boston reports BPS is looking at a plan developed by MIT professors and students as part of a "transportation challenge" run by the school system.
The Supreme Judicial Court ruled today that a man who had a criminal charge dismissed should not have been then locked up to await federal officials who wanted him deported. Read more.
Rob Littlefield looked up late this afternoon.
Boston Magazine interviews the mayor on why he deserves a second term.
The state of the Boston bagel is strong, one (overly?) enthusiastic writer boldly states.
Amy Clark asks:
I'm looking for knife sharpening in Boston, and don't say whole foods. Anyone know a place that does a good job?
The New York times reports
Where can I get a (good) scotch egg in Boston? (or better yet, north of the river)
Chrissy Hartman asks:
What restaurants in Boston have great cheese boards?
In 1878, the Boston Board of Health published this map of the smelliest place in Boston and Cambridge. As the Boston City Archives tells us, "the biggest culprits were sewer outlets and 'offensive trades.' "
Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc. is nearing a deal to acquire Tribune Media Co. and two Connecticut TV stations for close to $4 billion.
The plethora of current water ecology issues have significant effects on the world population, but the sheer number and range of topics make it difficult for individuals to separate the facts and take action. The Water & Resiliency EcoForum on August 11th will feature five environmental activists, policy makers, and water conservation professionals, who will share valuable information for individuals looking to take action.
Disposable plastic consumption is a way of life for citizens across the globe. It is unavoidable when buying bottled drinks, bagging groceries, or unwrapping pre-packaged food. Though plastic reduction and recycling efforts have picked up momentum in recent years, the positive change has not been enough to slow the ever-increasing amount of plastic waste found in our oceans.