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Founded by the Puritans in 1630, Boston was the one of the main focal points leading up to the American Revolution with Patriots like Paul Revere, Samuel Adams, his cousin John and John Hancock. Several universities are in the area including the nation's oldest, Harvard, along with well known institutions Boston College, Boston University and MIT. The city made a pop culture revival in the 80's thanks to the hit show 'Cheers' but become more known in the 90's and this decade by locals and visitor alike due to the 'big dig'. The Boston area was home to 4 US presidents including father and son John and Quincy Adams, Calvin Coolidge and John F Kennedy.

Population: 620535
Local Newspapers: Boston Globe Boston Herald
Local Sports Teams: Boston Celtics (NBA) Bruins (NHL) Red Sox (MLB) and New England Patriots (NFL) and Revolution (MLS)
Local Colleges: Boston College Boston University Harvard and MIT

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Towns/Cities near boston, massachusetts : Chelsea Somerville Cambridge Brookline Roxbury Winthrop Uphams Corner Charlestown

Boston News
Two stabbed in closing-time fight near North Station

One man was stabbed in the chest, another in the back, around 2 a.m. at Causeway and Canal streets, according to Boston EMS Incidents and Providence Citywide . Help keep Universal Hub going.

Praxis Stage Presents 'Julius Caesar' - Boston Loves The Bard And Shakespeare In The Park

Boston area audiences have been blessed with many opportunities to see Shakespeare this summer - outdoors as well as indoors. Praxis Stage is currently presenting "Julius Caesar" in two parks in Cambridge.

Two critical after closing-time shooting at Theater District garage

NBC Boston reports on the double shooting around 2:15 a.m. at 274 Tremont St. - a garage commonly used by people going to Theater District clubs, and one tat has had its share of closing-time problems over the years, from murder to stabbings to attempted kidnappings to fatal falls . Help keep Universal Hub going.

Sunny skies forecast for tomorrow's eclipse

FUN IN THE SUN: Fourth-graders from the Clardy Elementary School in Kansas City, Mo., practice the proper use of eclipse glasses i Friday. As the solar eclipse crosses over the Bay State tomorrow, area residents looking for a fun place to view the phenomenon will have plenty of options.

Norwich, Gales Ferry protesters among thousands on Boston Common in response to 'free speech' rally

As Linda Theodoru marched down Tremont Street near the Boston Common Saturday morning, she watched her daughter hop with ease over a concrete barrier to join the counterprotestors filling the other side of the road. "Yeah, right," the Norwich woman said with a laugh as she stepped up to the makeshift wall, dozens of marchers flowing past her.

As a - free speech' rally fizzled, a march for unity triumphed

Boston Common was the scene of two rallies Saturday. One was joyous and boisterous, the other minuscule and impotent.

Boston "Free Speech" Rally Ends After Counter-Protesters Take To Streets

Thousands of demonstrators chanting anti-Nazi slogans converged Saturday on downtown Boston, dwarfing a small group of conservatives who cut short their "free speech rally" in a boisterous repudiation of white nationalism a week after racially tinged bloodshed in Virginia. Police confined a small group of "Free Speech" protesters to the Parkman Bandstand on historic Boston Common as they blocked off the massive counter-protests, CBS Boston reports.

What unites us is always stronger than what divides us'

Bryan Mann, a rabbinical school student, applauded comments from Attorney General Maura Healey during the Interfaith Gathering of Unity, Love, and Strength at Temple Israel of Boston. More than 1,700 people attended an interfaith service at Temple Israel of Boston Friday evening to hear messages of unity on the eve of the controversial "Boston Free Speech" rally.

Massachusetts' economic boom puts pressure on housing costs

Massachusetts' booming economy is bringing with it a downside for those looking to rent an apartment or buy a home in the state: soaring housing costs, particularly in the greater Boston area. The problem isn't new, but it's more acute in places where the economy has taken off, spurred by a surge in the life sciences sector and the arrival of top companies like General Electric to the state.

A quiet, little oasis in the bustling city

Wide plank pine floors of Home Showcase of 4 North Mead Street Court Unit 4 in Charlestown on Wednesday, August 16, 2017. Staff Photo by Matt West 2nd floor bathroom of Home Showcase of 4 North Mead Street Court Unit 4 in Charlestown on Wednesday, August 16, 2017.

Homeless man accused of raping woman in Lowell

A homeless level 3 sex offender with a lengthy criminal record is being held without bail as he faces accusations he raped and strangled a woman near the Concord River in Lowell. Vincent Lucas, 54, gave police a Boston address when he was arrested, but lived in Lowell for years as he built up an extensive criminal history.

Parents fight for UMass Boston day-care center after teachers receive layoff notices

Parents are pressing forward to try to save a UMass Boston-subsidized day-care center - now with support from some state and city representatives - after teachers received official layoff notices last week. At a meeting Wednesday, 25 parents, government officials, and a union leader gathered at a UMass Boston facility in Dorchester to explore ways to keep the Early Learning Center going, though the university remains firm in its decision to close the center on Dec. 29. City Councilor Frank Baker and state Senator Linda Dorcena Forry expressed their support for saving the center after the meeting, at which they listened as parents shared how the center has been instrumental to their family's lives.

MBTA cops to have 'substantial presence' on subways as Boston girds for rally

The MBTA will have a "substantial presence" on the city's subways tomorrow as the so-called "Free Speech" rally is expected to draw both right-wing attendees and counter-protesters onto the city's trains, officials said. "Transit Police are well prepared for tomorrow's protest," Transit Police Supt.

Gelzinis: Dad feared worst for family

AFRAID BUT SAFE: Children, some in tears, are escorted down a road in Barcelona, Spain, yesterday, where dozens were injured and at least 13 killed when a van turned onto a sidewalk and ran down pedestrians. When Sid Massaro first heard the news about Barcelona yesterday, he was ambushed by that awful moment of dread every parent fears most.

Where to find the demonstrations in Boston Saturday

Thousands of protesters are expected to flood downtown Boston Saturday, with a pro-free speech rally on Boston Common likely surrounded by several different counter-actions. When: Set-up starts at 10 a.m. according to the Facebook event, but the demonstration has a permit from noon to 2 p.m. What: This is the original event that gained notoriety following the violence in Charlottesville last weekend.

Boston 2030 program; new $18m library set for Uphams Corner

A prominent onetime bank building in the center of Uphams Corner will soon be the site of an $18 million library, Mayor Martin Walsh announced Tuesday, July 11, as he celebrated the launch of the Imagine Boston 2030 program, the city's first major planning initiative in more than 50 years.

EDITORIAL: Teamsters verdict could 'Sting' Mass. film industry

As long as it's in the pursuit of securing work for its members. That was the verdict reached in the high-profile "Top Chef" trial that concluded in a Boston federal courtroom earlier this week.

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