The Boston Police Department investigates a case of two park rangers who were stabbed Tuesday by a homeless man at Boston Common. PHOTO BY L.E. CHARLES/DAILY FREE PRESS STAFF

Boston park ranger in critical condition after Boston Common stabbing

A homeless man allegedly stabbed two park rangers repeatedly Tuesday by the Soldiers and Sailors monument […]

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Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick held a press conference at Logan International Airport Tuesday, where he said that Boston and Massachusetts are at low risk of an Ebola outbreak but the city will continue to take precautions. PHOTO COURTESY OF THE PUBLIC HEALTH IMAGE LIBRARY

Patrick speaks at press conference in wake of Ebola outbreak

Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick hosted a press conference at Logan International Airport Tuesday to address the […]

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Boston Police Department is continuing to investigate three unarmed robberies that occurred in the “GAP” section of Allston over the past month. “GAP,” short for Gardner, Ashford and Pratt Streets, is located on the edge of Boston University’s West Campus and houses many off-campus students. PHOTO BY EVAN JONES/DAILY FREE PRESS STAFF

Unarmed Allston robberies prompt BU Emergency Alert

The Boston University Police Department notified students Friday of a string of unarmed robberies in the […]

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Boston Mayor Martin Walsh spoke at Suffolk University Saturday morning about Troops for Fitness, a new program that he spearheaded with Coca-Cola that will help fortify Boston’s health and fitness initiatives by using the expertise of local military veterans. PHOTO BY STANISLAVA LABETSKAYA/DAILY FREE PRESS CONTRIBUTOR

Walsh, Coca-Cola announce fitness program

Boston Mayor Martin Walsh and the Coca-Cola Company announced Saturday a three-year program to encourage exercise […]

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Luis Navarro, a 16-year-old Worchester resident, protested outside the Boston Police Department Thursday with other supporters of the Boston Coalition for Police Accountability to highlight the injustices of racial profiling. PHOTO BY SARAH SILBIGER/DAILY FREE PRESS STAFF

Boston residents, activists rally against stop-and-frisk

Residents, activists and students gathered outside the Boston Police Headquarters Thursday night to rally against police […]

by · October 10, 2014 · 0 comments · City, News
Boston Mayor Martin Walsh announced that the City of Boston secured $3.8 million in resources to aid homeless or at-risk veterans. PHOTO BY GRACE BOWDEN/DAILY FREE PRESS CONTRIBUTOR

Walsh announces initiative to aid homeless, at-risk veterans

Boston Mayor Martin Walsh announced Monday that the city secured funding for an initiative to end […]

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Massachusetts was the first state to legalize same-sex marriage, a topic the U.S. Supreme Court has dismissed appeals of bans for in five states. PHOTO BY KENSHIN OKUBO/DFP FILE PHOTO

Supreme Court dismisses appeals on same-sex marriage bans

The U.S. Supreme Court dismissed the appeals of five states seeking same-sex marriage bans Monday, a […]

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According to a 2014 Wallet Hub Study, students are banking with credit unions rather than traditional lenders. PHOTO BY ALEXANDRA WIMLEY/DAILY FREE PRESS STAFF

Checking accounts, credit unions beneficial for students

Students nationwide are banking with credit unions instead of national banks, according to WalletHub’s 2014 Banking […]

by · October 9, 2014 · 1 comment · City, News
Boston University student Zeguang Xu was arraigned Oct. 2 by Boston Municipal Court after he was found driving his Maserati 100 MPH through Back Bay. PHOTO COURTESY OF SUFFOLK DISTRICT ATTORNEY

Back Bay residents raise concerns about speeding

In the wake of a Boston University student speeding 100 mph in the Back Bay area, […]

by · October 9, 2014 · 1 comment · Campus, City, News

Massachusetts prepared to address Ebola in wake of patient in Worcester

Following the isolated treatment of a doctor in Worcester, Massachusetts public health officials reassured residents that […]

by · October 8, 2014 · 0 comments · City, News