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Posted 04/06/2015 07:55:28 EDT
In what has become routine the Red Sox won 8-0.
Posted 02/14/2015 06:22:36 EST
JoJo was a great scorer who could have scored a lot more. A true Celtic, he gave up plenty of shots to make the pass to a higher percentage shot. It seemed like a lot of games where it came down to a more »
Posted 10/29/2014 09:18:35 EDT
Fear can be good if there is real threat and is damaging if there is not. Civil, open minded discussion has to do with survival. Nice article. more »
Posted 02/05/2014 09:11:36 EST
Because of a mailing delay, the town announced the on-line survey option has been extended to end of February! On-line instructions are on the front page of the paper survey that was sent to every hom more »
Posted 02/04/2014 10:11:28 EST
Vibrant villages with public transportation are an attractive extension of Boston. Wellesley has shops, restaurants, places to walk and a 34 min. train ride to Back Bay. Look for Natick and other town more »
Posted 05/22/2013 09:57:50 EDT
Imagine Boston when cars, bikes, trucks and pedestrians can navigate city streets.
Posted 01/27/2013 04:11:21 EST
No worries. Rondo was still learning to be the leader. KG and Pierce are leaders. The rest of the team will play well. Green and Lee will play with more urgency.
Posted 01/18/2013 06:20:59 EST
Do players play better in contract years?
Posted 12/24/2012 05:45:49 EST
This guy is so consistent it has to be real; walking the talk so soon out of the hospital. The video in this story shows the kids and the Mayor are both benefiting from his visit. Mr. Menino sets a fi more »
Posted 11/17/2012 06:12:47 EST
I like very much reminders that Presidents are "of the people" and while they are exceptional and deserve our greatest respect, they are not far removed from the rest of us and we are not far from the more »
Posted 11/15/2012 04:14:21 EST
During peak traffic I can get into Boston by bike just as fast by car or train. MetroWest has good and improving corridors but the secondary roads and towns are already over congested and forecasted t more »
Posted 10/29/2012 10:53:54 EDT
Great article. I've got to believe the net energy cost for fresh, local food compared to freighted food from far away places is another benefit. A tractor in the road that temporarily slows traffic an more »
Posted 10/25/2012 08:28:36 EDT
Bravo! I particularly like the last line in the story about "social well being". Fixing up Alewife Brook and moving about on a Greenway walking or biking is great. Keep adding connections!
Posted 10/25/2012 02:08:45 EDT
LeMond has been outspoken and fearless and here he goes again. He seems to have been right about Lance and doping all these years.
Posted 05/22/2012 04:28:12 EDT
This is a great move. MAPC just introduced their new 2012 Greater Boston Cycling and Walking map that is fast becoming a state wide asset. It is a great way to see the regional cooperation and communi more »
Posted 03/23/2012 09:09:16 EDT
Great article! The Red Line has a lot of character and it is a vital means of public transportation. I'm in favor of these stories to appreciate what we have as foundation for planning for the future more »
Posted 01/08/2012 02:04:54 EST
Huntsman has worked as a chemical engineer, been a successful state governor, served as ambassador to China in a democratic administration, thinks independently about religion and lives a healthy, sta more »
Posted 12/23/2011 08:10:48 EST
I've been listening to these guys for decades and from my perspective they haven't changed a bit. They haven't aged and neither have I! I'm pretty sure the radio station makes decisions based on appea more »
Posted 08/20/2011 01:38:52 EDT
This is a nice trail and a great story of several towns working together. It is growing into a regional jewel for recreation, access to conservation land and a useful and a very pleasant means of alte more »
Posted 08/08/2011 09:48:52 EDT
Makes sense. City folks get more exercise than suburban folk. Biking is another way to get some exercise rather than hoping in the SUV for every errand. Biking is also an example for others and a posi more »
Posted 06/18/2011 10:50:49 EDT
Anyone notice the most exalted of Boston celebrities chose to bike to work today? We are changing and alternative transportation and healthier lifestyles should be encouraged. We encouraged paved road more »
Posted 06/18/2011 10:35:52 EDT
He could have chosen limousine, helicopter or chariot. They will block off roads, use Police escort and barricades to allow this fellow and his friends to be driven around the city. The Mayor or any o more »
Posted 05/02/2011 12:15:06 EDT
this is all a matter of education. Plenty of communities have already figured it out and pedestrians, bikers, skateboarders, cars and trucks get along just fine. more »
Posted 03/06/2011 10:26:26 EST
I am in favor of conservation. Putting land in a conservation protection as tax exempt removes it as a revenue source for towns but the return is financially described in environmental terms by the pr more »
Posted 02/02/2011 10:36:09 EST
There are warnings and recommendations about roofs but what are the facts? How many residential homes in MA have collapsed? If a typical home is defined what conditions threaten that home? Is it worth more »
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