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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
Train strikes truck, kills driver, in Abington

A commuter train struck a pickup truck in Abington Tuesday night, killing a 78-year-old man who was driving, according to the MBTA police. At approximately 8:20 p.m., Transit Police responded to 236 North St. for a report of an accident involving a train and a vehicle, according to the statement.

Eastie hotel eyes expansion

AIRPORT ADJACENT: The Hilton Garden Inn Boston Logan Airport is proposing an expansion, above, after plans to build a restaurant could not land tenants for the space. The developer of the 178-room Hilton Garden Inn Boston Logan Airport on Route 1A in East Boston wants to add additional rooms to the all-suites business hotel, after unfruitful efforts to land tenants for two proposed restaurant/retail sites on the property.

Pair of Texans to get first-hand look at Massachusetts gun, drug laws

Two Texas men stopped for driving near Newmarket Square without headlights early Monday face a variety of charges for the handgun, ammunition, high-capacity magazines, nunchucks and cocaine State Police troopers say they found them with, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports. According to the DA's office, a trooper on patrol in the area of Mass.

South End renters hope legal fight stops evictions

Two years ago, Zhen You Mo received a notice from his employer informing him that his job as an assistant at Quinzani's Bakery was ending because developers had purchased the space, conveniently located steps from Mo's Harrison Avenue home. "It was tough when I found out I was going to lose my job, and now I'm about to lose my home, and it's difficult," Mo, 50, said in Chinese through a translator.

Drivers union blasts new school bus plan

The Boston school bus drivers union Tuesday blasted a cost-cutting plan from the city's public school system that would consolidate scores of bus routes and lay off dozens of drivers, predicting that the move will lead to chaos in the fall with many buses arriving at schools late. "It's crazy," said Andre Francois, the bus union's president, in an interview.

Sephora opened a new store in Boston - and it's the smallest in North America

Sephora has big plans for its first concept store, but the beauty retailer doesn't need a big space to prove it.

Waking up my inner rockstar for the summer

When my husband Bill and I decided to move to North Haven twelve years ago, we were choosing to leave behind the many Boston-based indie rock bands we played in. We met at Great Scott , an Allston venue, when our bands were booked on the same bill.

Worker at Codman Square check-cashing place has to repay $1.8 million ...

A Charlestown woman was ordered today to repay the $1,836,862 in tax-refund checks the government says she cashed on the job at All Checks Cashed on Washington Street in a scheme involving purloined Puerto Rican social-security numbers. Claudia Toribio, 35, will also have to spend six months in federal prison for her role in the scheme, to which she pleaded guilty earlier in the year, under the sentence handed down by U.S. District Court Judge Leo T. Sorokin in Boston, the US Attorney's office reports.

Charlestown woman ordered to repay $1.8 million in tax fraud scheme

A Charlestown woman has been ordered to repay more than $1.8 million and spend six months in prison for her role in an income tax fraud scheme, according to the US Attorney's office. Claudia Toribio, 35, was sentenced Monday in US District Court in Boston, after pleading guilty in March to one count of theft of public money, prosecutors said in a statement.

Al fresco with Fido in Boston sounds good, but city laws limit it

They're called "Yappy Hours," a chance for you and your dog to share drinks and treats together this summer on an outside restaurant patio in Boston. "The truth of the matter is the law says no," William "Buddy" Christopher, Inspectional Services commissioner, said of allowing dogs on restaurant premises.

Race to fix Commonwealth Ave. bridge over Mass. Pike about to start

Transportation officials aren't sugarcoating it: the Commonwealth Avenue bridge project is going to massively disrupt travel for tens of thousands of commuters when it begins in earnest this week. The silver lining, they say, is the work should go quickly.

Go ahead and press that pedestrian button if it makes you feel good

As cars poured though the intersection at Congress and Sudbury streets in downtown Boston, Megan Reilly paused at the curb and pressed the walk button. Then she patiently waited, and waited.

Political Happy Hour: July 24, 2017

Here's your arak-and-ice cup of politics, from Joshua Miller of the Boston Globe at the Massachusetts State House. BLOCKBUSTER IMMIGRATION DECISION, via Mark Pratt of the AP in Boston: "Massachusetts court officers do not have the authority to arrest someone suspected of being in the U.S. illegally if that person is not facing criminal charges, the state's highest court ruled Monday.

City to consolidate school bus routes, lay off dozens of drivers

The Boston school system, in an effort to save up to $5 million, will consolidate scores of bus routes this fall, resulting in the layoff of dozens of drivers. Many students in September will likely find themselves at new bus stops and on commutes that will either be longer or, in some cases, shorter than those they had this past school year because of the route changes.

CymaBay Announces Closing of Public Offering of Common Stock,...

CymaBay Therapeutics, Inc. , a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company focused on developing therapies for liver and other chronic diseases with high unmet need, today announced the closing of its previously announced underwritten public offering of its common stock. CymaBay sold 14,950,000 shares of its common stock in the offering, including 1,950,000 shares pursuant to the full exercise of the underwriters' option to purchase additional shares, at a public offering price of $6.50 per share before underwriting discounts and commissions.

Chelmsford cop shoots man as woman is attacked

Letha Timm had been in and out of her house on Clover Hill Drive all morning on Sunday, placing a hodgepodge of items in her driveway that she was aiming to get rid of. As she worked, she noticed a police car parked in front of the home next door but didn't think anything of it.

a Five things you need to know today, and here come the nudists

Happy Monday, Boston! Today begins a two-week stint during which I wrest control of the daily "Five Things" column from Executive Editor Doug Banks.

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