Massachusetts Voters Approve Millionaire Tax, Legalize Driver's Licenses for Undocumented Immigrants
Massachusetts voters narrowly approved ballot questions that will substantially raise taxes on millionaires and legalize driver’s licenses for undocumented immigrants in the midterm elections on Tuesday.
Massachusetts Voters Will Head to the Polls Tuesday. Here’s What You Need to Know.
Here’s what you need to know going into the Massachusetts midterms.
City of Boston Outlines Plans for Life Science Campus Along Beacon Street
The Boston Planning and Development Agency discussed the construction of a life science campus along 155 North Beacon St. with Allston-Brighton residents and the Impact Advisory Group during a Tuesday webinar.
Boston Man Sentenced to 10 Years for Fentanyl, Cocaine Delivered to Harvard Biology Lab
A Boston man was sentenced on Oct. 5 to 10 years in prison for conspiring to distribute fentanyl, heroin, and cocaine — some of which was delivered to a Harvard biology lab.
Boston Approves $1.2 Billion Development in Fort Point
The city of Boston approved a $1.2 billion Fort Point development this month that is set to create residential, office, and biolab spaces as well as a large public park and amphitheater.
City of Boston to Study Potential New Community Center in Allston
Officials from the city of Boston presented initial plans on Thursday in the first of four scheduled meetings to discuss and conduct a study on the potential new community center in Allston.
For 11th Year in a Row, Harvard Falls Short of Boston’s PILOT Request
For the 11th consecutive year, Harvard did not pay the full amount requested by the City of Boston as part of a program in which nonprofits voluntarily give money to the city in lieu of taxes.
Allston Residents Express Opposition to Western Avenue Corridor Rezoning Plans
Allston residents expressed opposition to the Boston Planning and Development Agency’s rezoning plans for the Western Avenue Corridor at a public meeting on Thursday.
Cambridge Moves Toward Creating Committees Focused on Racial Equity
The Cambridge City Council discussed plans to create a pair of committees seeking to address issues affecting the city’s Black residents during a Thursday meeting.
David Kane, previously a preceptor at Harvard whose contract was not renewed after students alleged that he authored racist blog posts, was recently hired by Simmons University.