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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

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What does a guy have to do to get a jaywalking ticket in this town?

Talk to any resident who's done even a small amount of walking in the city, and they'll tell you the same thing: They've never gotten one, nor do they know anyone who has. Some locals insist, not without reason, that they don't actually exist at all.

Our Opinion: Berkshire Bank's Boston presence should pay off

The purchase by Berkshire Bank's holding company of Commerce Bankshares of Worcester will further solidify the financial base of the county's largest bank. The shift of its corporate headquarters to Boston should make it a larger player in the state capital, with potential benefits to the Berkshires as a whole.

Plans to redevelop Widett Circle could collide with need to park trains

Food wholesalers with an ambitious vision for what could be Boston's next hot neighborhood may be on a collision course with state transportation officials who are eyeing their land as a crucial parking spot for trains near South Station. In the wake of the city's defunct Olympics bid, wholesalers at Widett Circle, a sprawling industrial area between the South End and South Boston, are considering a big move.

MA Man Dead after Torching Home in Armed Standoff

Chelsea firefighters are protected by SWAT officers with shields while trying to to douse a fire set Monday night by a man engaged in an hours-long armed standoff with police. Kelly Pastrana, 38, died from a gunshot wound to the abdomen after setting fire to his home during an hours-long standoff with police following a domestic dispute.

Cops: Suspect found dead in charred Chelsea home

BLAZE OF BULLETS: Police probed the scene of a fatal standoff in Chelsea yesterday after a fiery standoff, above, with suspect Kelly Pastrana, 38. A 38-year-old Chelsea man who chased his girlfriend and daughter from his house with a gun, exchanged gunfire with police and set the family home ablaze during an hourslong standoff Monday night died from a gunshot wound to the stomach, authorities say. "The facts as we understand them at this early stage strongly suggest this was a case of domestic violence that escalated into an armed assault on the female victim, a young child and the responding police officers," Suffolk District Attorney Daniel F. Conley said yesterday.

45 High ST

Grand and stately colonial of yesteryear in Camden's historical district. Step into the glorious past.

Police look for public's help investigating teen's death in Roxbury

Boston police are asking the public to help identify two men as part of an investigation into the fatal shooting of a 17-year-old in Roxbury last month. Yanuel Viloria was shot multiple times near 180 Ruggles St. and was pronounced dead at the scene on April 21, Boston Police said in a press release.

ArtWeek Boston to Expand Regionally, Return as Annual Celebration

Presented by the Highland Street Foundation and produced by the Boch Center, ArtWeek Boston announced today that due to explosive growth and demand, the award-winning creative festival will expand its offerings in communities North, West and South of Boston. With a focus on regional growth, ArtWeek will be moving to an annual Spring festival that will offer more than 200 unique creative events.

Achaogen Announces Proposed Public Offering of Common Stock

Achaogen, Inc. , a late-stage biopharmaceutical company discovering and developing innovative antibacterials addressing multi-drug resistant gram-negative infections, today announced that it has commenced an underwritten public offering of up to 5,000,000 shares of its common stock. All of the shares to be sold in the offering will be offered by Achaogen.

This couple posed for some very Boston engagement photos

No one close to Mary Childs and Andrew Rapala seemed surprised that the couple included Dunkin' Donuts cups in their engagement shoot earlier this month. Childs met Rapala, 24, a manufacturing engineer, in the summer of 2010 when they both worked at a Dunkin' Donuts shop in her hometown of Harvard.

We will step up patrols, but there is no threat to the city of Boston,' Evans says

Boston Police Commissioner William B. Evans said police will increase their patrols around concert venues and at the Boston Calling festival, set for Memorial Day weekend, in response to the terror attack at the Ariana Grande concert in England. "It's sad,'' Evans said in a telephone interview Tuesday.

Investigation into fatal standoff in Chelsea underway

Suffolk District Attorney Daniel F. Conley's office will lead the investigation into the armed standoff in Chelsea that ended with a 38-year-old man dead in his residence following an exchange of gunfire with Chelsea police. The standoff began around 11 p.m. when the man barricaded himself in his home on Warren Avenue and then opened fire on responding Chelsea police, who were quickly gained support from State, Transit, Boston and Revere police.

Public invited to comment on planned Berkshires infrastructure projects

A two-week road show by the state Department of Transportation will reach the Berkshires on Tuesday. The DOT is holding public meetings around the state to explain how it plans to proceed on big-ticket construction projects through 2022.

Concrete paths irk North End residents

ANOTHER BRICK IN THE WALL: The city's replacement of brick sidewalks with concrete slabs has angered North End residents. North End residents fed up with endless construction projects say the city is adding insult to injury by ripping up the area's brick sidewalks and replacing them with slabs of concrete.

Fearless, defiant, detested: meet the Boston jaywalker

To harried Boston drivers, they are a scourge - those ambling pedestrians who casually cross the street in defiance of green lights. "I'm not a nasty person naturally, but it can make you nasty," said Jan Shepherd, a mild-mannered freelance writer who has found herself in screaming matches with jaywalkers.

Talking points Getting on track in Allston, Dunkin' dethroned, Boston's new bank, more

Here's Talking Points for Monday, May 22. Got a case of the Mondays? Well, maybe you're drinking the wrong coffee. We'll tell you who's the king of caffeine.

Chan buys yet another property in Savin Hill

Billionaire investor Gerald Chan scooped up another slice of Savin Hill Monday, closing on a deal to buy a 4.7-acre site steps from the Red Line station. An arm of Chan's Morningside Group spent $17 million to buy 65 Bay St., home to Spire Printing and Packaging and a large parking lot along the Red Line tracks in an industrial pocket off of Dorchester Ave. It's the third big parcel that Chan - a major property owner in Harvard Square - has purchased in the Dorchester neighborhood.

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