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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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The Manchester Emblem Club #251 will meet on Wednesday, May 3, at 7 p.m. at the Manchester Elks Lodge, 30 Bissell St. The club is planning fundraisers to earn money to buy gloves, hats, scarves and other warm items for needy veterans, to be distributed at StandDown in September. They continue to collect medical equipment, eyeglasses and cases, magazines, books, cut out manufacturers coupons, box tops for education and clean, empty pill bottles.

Six-alarm fire displaces 17 on Marie Street

Marie Street fire. Photo by Boston Fire Department Boston firefighters responded at 4 a.m. to 8 Marie St., near Ronan Park, for what turned into a six-alarm fire that damaged four three-deckers on Marie and Fox streets, causing an estimated $2.5 million in damage.

Boston with two tots? It's totally quackers

Stunning Santorini sunsets, astonishing sea caves in Cyprus and a 25,000-seater Roman amphitheatre in Turkey: 8 must-see sights of the eastern Med Oi, this carrot's mine! Bahamas' famous swimming pigs go trotter-to-trotter over dinner as they frolic in the crystal clear waters Want value in Venice? Use my Bellini index! Frank Barrett launches a new series revealing how to get the best post-Brexit short break bargains... Faces of the living dead: Fascinating photos capture Nepal's reclusive 'holy men' who are legally deceased and attend their own FUNERALS Ice cream with a dollop of history in Turin, where the Magnum's forerunner first went on sale in 1939 Boston with two tots? It's totally quackers! How America's most 'walkable city' offers a wealth of options for all the family Help - there's a hippo next door! Some close encounters of the very wild kind as a safari newbie tackles Zambia ... (more)

Flynn: New South Boston chapel stirs old memories

People attending the dedication of Our Lady of Good Voyage listen to Cardinal O'Malley. April 22, 2017 Staff photo Chris Christo After the lighting of the altar, Cardinal Sean O'Malley prepares for the celebration of the eucharist during the dedication of Our Lady of Good Voyage.

Flynn: New South Boston chapel stirs old memories

For many of us who attended the first Mass at Shrine of Our Lady of Good Voyage on the South Boston waterfront yesterday, the occasion brought back some strong memories. The new Seaport District shrine replaced the old chapel, where many of those gathered yesterday had celebrated or observed pivotal moments in their lives.

Carr: Mafia soldier dies quietly in his bed

Ralphie Chong, above, was convicted of being an accessory. Below, from left, Tommy DiPrisco, Tash Bratsos and a younger Ralphie Chong.

Mike Ross: Outsider praise makes a neighborhood hip

It might also be the reaction of East Boston residents when the Institute of Contemporary Art announced its expansion across the harbor to a new gallery space called "Watershed" to be located in the neighborhood's shipyard. For newcomers unfamiliar with East Boston, the ICA's expansion is an invitation to an exciting new area of the city.

Cambridge College Settles into Hood Park, Out of Cambridge, During First Academic Year in Charlestown

About one year ago, the Cambridge College Board of Trustees announced a plan to consolidate their two campuses in Cambridge into a new, integrated facility in 2017, at the Hood Park. Located at the historic Hood Park, the new 85,000 square foot location offers the opportunity to create a unified campus in a state of the art facility in a location that is easily accessible from communities throughout the Greater Boston and surrounding areas.

The Internet Remembers Prince On The One Year Anniversary Of His Death

Following Prince's shock death last April, fans paid their respects in the most appropriate way: by buying his albums and listening to his music. Tickets were sold out for an exclusive four-day celebration of concerts, panel discussions and parties at the 65,000 square-foot Paisley Park complex in Minnesota, the midwestern U.S. state which Prince made his lifelong home despite his global fame.

BHWF Receives Virtual Tour of BPL in Boston's Secret Stash

Vivian Spiro grew up loving to visit libraries in her hometown; and when she entered the Central Library in Copley Square for the first time, she was astounded. Greeted by a sculpture of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, and Edward Austin Abbey's mural, "The Quest and Achievement of the Holy Grail," Spiro was impressed by how the City of Boston erected a civic building created to expose its citizens to art and architecture.

Downtown View:Boston's Future Mobility

The city published its Go Boston 2030 report in mid-March. It is 223 pages long.

Police probing fatal Roxbury shooting

A man in his late teens or early 20s was shot and killed in the common area of a Roxbury apartment building tonight, police said. Superintendent-in-Chief William G. Gross said cops were called to a Ruggles Street apartment building at 8:53 p.m. after receiving numerous reports of shots fired and found the 18- to 20-year-old man inside a common area with apparent gunshot wounds.

Boston to introduce trauma teams for high-crime areas

Five new trauma response teams will aim to help members of high-crime areas in the city cope with violence - an initiative crafted at the request of worried residents, Mayor Martin J. Walsh's office announced yesterday. "We spent May to August of last year hosting 14 community listening sessions and heard from over 350 residents and providers," said Catherine Fine, director of the Division of Violence Prevention.

Mother of mentally ill man fatally shot by Boston police demands justice

Michael Brown Sr. stood in the lobby of the Suffolk district attorney's office building Friday afternoon and embraced Hope Coleman, whose mentally ill son was fatally shot by police after an October altercation with two emergency medical technicians in the South End. Brown's son Michael Brown Jr. was shot to death by a Ferguson, Mo., police officer in 2014, sparking weeks of protests and a national debate about race and policing.

Eversource makes a power move on the South Boston waterfront

The newest structure to rise on the South Boston waterfront isn't a condo tower, a shiny office building, or a fancy restaurant. But the whole reason it's going up is because of all that construction.

3 Chicken & Rice Guys restaurants set to reopen, pending inspections

Boston officials said three Chicken and Rice Guys restaurants could reopen as early as Saturday, after an E. coli outbreak shuttered the chain for the last 10 days. The three restaurants still need to undergo a final inspection before resuming business.

Five held in Belgian anti-terror probe

It is not certain whether the attack, in which a police officer was shot dead and two seriously injured, was terror-related, but French President Francois Hollande described the Champs-Elysees shooting was "terrorist in nature". Belgian police have detained five people for questioning in a terrorism case unrelated to the latest one in Paris , the Brussels bombings or the 2015 massacre in the French capital, prosecutors said on Friday.

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