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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
Holy spokes! Book details spirituality of biking Boston

For the Rev. Laura Everett, her daily 6-mile commute is a way of connecting to her adopted city, its residents, and her sense of community and vulnerability.

Wellesley man arrested in stabbing behind Natick store

A Wellesley man was arrested Sunday for allegedly stabbing a man behind a Michaels arts and crafts store in Natick last week, Natick Police said. James Riccouti,20, allegedly stabbed a man with a "ceramic-type knife" during a fight in the access road behind the store on Worcester Street at about 1:48 p.m. Tuesday.

A spare commemoration of fatal Beacon Street fire

As a raw mist shrouded Back Bay, a line of Boston firefighters stood silently Sunday outside the rebuilt brick row house at 298 Beacon St. A wreath of red roses affixed to the building bore the words: "Never Forgotten." At exactly 2:42 p.m., firefighters offered a stiff salute , holding their right hands to their helmets for thirty long seconds.

Two women seriously injured in drive-by Lawrence shooting

Two women were seriously injured in a drive-by shooting in Lawrence late Saturday night in what Lawrence police said was not a random act of violence. The women were sitting in a parked car on Berkeley Street when a man wearing a ski mask and a gray hooded sweatshirt pulled up to their car in a four-door BMW sedan, according to a statement from Lawrence police.

Things to do in Boston, USA: The three-minute guide

Founded in 1630, Boston boasts a string of US firsts - from the first public school to the first park. It was also the city that kicked off the American Revolution when patriots dumped tea into the harbour in protest against taxation without representation.

Brookline man dies in Mass. Pike tunnel crash

A 20-year-old Brookline man is dead after his vehicle went airborne and struck the ceiling of a Massachusetts Turnpike tunnel in Boston early Sunday morning. The man was driving eastbound at Exit 22 of Interstate 90 at about 2:15 a.m. when his 2013 Audi A8 went airborne, hitting the ceiling of the tunnel, and ripping down wires and cables, according to State Police.

Mayor Walsh calling for peaceful protests after ugly scene

James Sorentino of Everett, above left, a Trump supporter, faces off with Matthew Andrews of Boston, who was protesting against the president. Mayor Martin J. Walsh is calling on demonstrators to keep the peace after dueling rallies for and against President Trump turned ugly yesterday, when a group of self-proclaimed communists confronted pro-Trump marchers and set off a series of expletive-laced exchanges through a line of police officers.

BWW Review: the Real Inspector Hound Rings Down the Curtain on Bad Habit Productions

Written by Tom Stoppard , Directed by Dawn M. Simmons; Assistant Director, Lisa Burdick; Stage Manager, Michaela Brown; Assistant Stage Manager, Joe Fanning; Dialect Coach, Steven L. Emanuelson; Costume Designer, Heather Oshinsky; Properties Designer, Zachary Hall; Lighting Designer, PJ Strachman; Sound Designer, Darby Smotherman; Scenic Designer, Shelley Barish; Technical Director, Ben Lieberson Performances through April 2 by Bad Habit Productions at Boston Center for the Arts, Calderwood Pavilion, Deane Hall, 527 Tremont Street, Boston, MA; Box Office 617-933-8600 or www.badhabitproductions.org Bad Habit Productions is about to drop the final curtain after ten years of delivering award-winning theater, but they are not taking the easy way out.

Spring 2017 Part 3

The Age of Trump Donald Trump is the 45th President of the United States of America. Trump's Inaugural Address in January 20, 2017, outlined not only economic nationalism and imperialist militarism.

a Incognito Bandita suspect arrested trying to board foreign flight

A Massachusetts man believed to be the "Incognito Bandit" has been arrested and charged with bank robbery as he tried to board a flight to South Africa from Virginia. The U.S. Attorney's Office in Massachusetts said 36-year-old Albert Taderera was arrested Friday evening at Dulles International Airport.

20th Century Fox Dante Ramos The budget battle of the high school cliques

Aaron Hernandez trial: 'U left me with one eye and a lot of head trauma,' former friend Alexander Bradley texted wondering why President Trump went after arts funding, scientific research, and global diplomacy, don't bother reading policy papers. Instead, dust off that DVD of "The Breakfast Club" or any other John Hughes movie about high school.

Political watchers say youth vote key in bid for seat

The two heavyweights in the District 2 City Council race have powerful old-guard supporters behind them, but pulling in young voters with national concerns could be the deciding factor in an area that has seen major change over the past decade. "There's a lot of low-hanging fruit in terms of folks you can activate, but I don't think neighborhood tribalism cuts it," said Kenzie Bok, a Bay Village resident and member of the city's ONEin3 program that promotes civic engagement for residents ages 20-35.

'Lodz Ghetto' photos testify to Nazis' brutal reign

He buried the negatives in 1944, and after the camp was liberated, he excavated them, top right. 1945- Excavating the box of negatives and documents Henryk Ross buried in the Lodz ghetto.

Boston officials push to allocate less parking for new apartment buildings

In some communities around Boston, officials see partially empty parking lots at apartment complexes and wonder whether it's time to ease space requirements for new construction. In the city, efforts to make housing more affordable by building fewer parking spaces don't always sit well with neighbors, who worry the newcomers' cars will invade street spaces.

Greg Ruffer pictured with Sen. Elizabeth Warren from Massachusetts.

It was sometime in the mid 1970s when Norwalk native Greg Ruffer made the decision the pursue a career in music. As a matter of fact, he says the decision came when he was in the seventh grade, playing the saxophone under the direction of Norwalk Junior High School Band Director Eleanor Mitro.

NYC's Hip Hop Improv Comedy Team North Coast to Perform at ImprovBoston

Named one of the "Top Ten Best Comedy Shows" by Time Out New York, New York City's premier hip hop improv comedy team North Coast seamlessly melds comedic timing with high-energy, freestyle rapping. They'll bring their "comedy show meets concert" to ImprovBoston on April 2nd.

Court rules evidence is good to go in trial of man charged with Dorchester Avenue robbery, shooting

The Massachusetts Appeals Court ruled Friday that Boston police officers had enough details on the suspect in the robbery and shooting of a convenience-store owner that they had the right to stop a suspect they found four blocks away.

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