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By 2025, national fuel economy standards will hit an equivalent of 54.5 miles per gallon, but many of these 2014 high mileage cars are already there.
It’s been ayear in the making, but friends and Boston-based creatives Anna LeochaandHolly Copeland have released the first issue of their new art and literature journal, HUM. In accordance with the release of the 44-page kickoff issue, the two women at the helm of the artistic project threw alaunch party this pastSaturday at a Seaport...
A star-studded cast of senior citizens is coming to Boston next month for AARP’s Life@50+ National Event & Expo. If ever there was ever a chance to learn about the aging demographic, this is it.
A Lunenburg woman was arrested this morning after allegedly attacking her boyfriend with an ax, police said.
Mark Shand, the brother Camilla Parker Bowles, died on Wednesday after suffering a traumatic head injury from a fall on a New York sidewalk
Deval Patrick wants to impose more requirements on doctors who prescribe the new drug, Zohydro.
If you’re looking to sell your home this spring, you’ll want to get the best price possible. Here are five tips to boost your home’s selling price.
The Boston Bruins defense has continued their dominance in the first round holding the high-powered Detroit Red Wings to two goals through three games.
A federal judge heard arguments Tuesday in a class action lawsuit that alleges the rights of female inmates at a Western Massachusetts jail were violated when male employees videotaped them during strip searches.
Wrigley Field, the home of the Chicago Cubs, marks the 100th anniversary of its first game on Wednesday with a matchup against Arizona.
The coaching search is on in New York, and the best possible candidate has already been eliminated.
The wait is finally over as H Mart’s new Cambridge location opened its doors on Wednesday.
Dean Beckford, 29, a senior at the school who lives in Somerville, has been arrested for allegedly calling in two bomb threats at the campus in the past week.
Among those profiled in the second part of our series on the best Red Sox prospects of the draft era: Billy Conigliaro, Dick Pole, Glenn Hoffman, YOUUUUK!!!, and a certain second baseman of great stats if not stature.
The Red Sox will option outfielder Daniel Nava to the minors and call up righthander Alex Wilson to take his spot on the 25-man roster.
The New England Regional Council of Carpenters is hosting a workshop for Lemonade Day, which trains young volunteers to fund and run small businesses.
There’s something about listening to a song on vinyl that just doesn’t translate in digital format. With the convenience that digital technology allows, songs can easily get lost in the shuffle; with vinyl, a song is more long lasting. A little more chronic. You hold it in your hands; you peruse the album art and...
Among those profiled in the third part of our series on the best Red Sox prospects of the draft era: Jon Lester, Bruce Hurst, Phil Plantier, Wade Boggs, and—brace yourself—Jeff Bagwell.
The modern day response to the yuppies of yore may be the reason Millennials can’t see eye-to-eye with their Baby Boomer bosses.
A Boston morning radio show got a little more than it bargained for in a phone call to a six-year-old Spiderman fan.
Robert J. Gee, former president of a Falmouth-based college, is being sued by the AG office for allegedly collecting excessive compensation and other perks from the school.
Campaign officials say Democratic gubernatorial candidate Martha Coakley will turn in more than 13,000 certified signatures to earn a spot on the September primary ballot.
Despite employee concerns, the idea of prevention as a way to reduce health care costs has been largely embraced by employers, who provide the most common form of health insurance in the U.S.