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Charles River Esplanade
Despite the setback last legislative session, a restaurant alliance will try again to get the holiday.
It's a $150 fine to clog up an intersection by moving into it when you can't get all the way across. The city has targeted 18 intersections for special enforcement.
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To date, 21 city residents have enlisted in the program. If you want to be the first Back Bay resident in the program, the deadline to sign up is Sep. 30.
After 16 months of discussing the 2010 US Census results, the Boston City Council passed a redistricting map that tries to keep as many neighborhoods in one district as possible.
“Happy hour is a very bad thing for our industry," says one.
Trailing in the latest polls, Elizabeth Warren charged Scott Brown is part of a Republican war on women. Do you agree, or is this just a stunt?
State Senator Will Brownsberger will hold office hours on Tuesday, August 21, 7 - 8 p.m. at the Starbucks at 755 Boylston Street - between Fairfield and Exeter.
Electronic boards tell riders at South Station when the next train will arrive. The program will be rolled out slowly to all branches except the Green Line.
With 20 percent of city service requests coming from residents' smart phones, the mobile app is changing the way residents communicate with local government.
Insurers will be required as of next year to cover correction or treatment of the two conditions.
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