While Cardinal Sean O’Malley is eligible to become pope, he doesn’t expect to be elected. He said he’s purchased a round trip ticket to Rome.
Many in the Archdiocese of Boston reacted positively to Benedict’s decision, but there was some skepticism among victims of clergy sexual abuse.
After nearly two decades of planning and negotiations, efforts to restore the river to its original state in order to protect the city from flooding are getting started.
Boston officials will spend the next six months reviewing ways to better prepare the city for climate change.
John Kerry’s resignation from the U.S. Senate takes effect Friday. We look at his political legacy.
Kerry’s resignation from the Senate takes effect Friday, before his swearing-in as the next U.S. secretary of state.
Massachusetts is expected to approve 10 virtual public schools in the coming years, but some brick and mortar schools are already using digital programs.
Boston public school students now have a college completion rate that is higher than the rest of the nation.
The colleges, along with other worker-training programs, formed the Massachusetts Casino Careers Training Institute.
One of the last to file was Crossroads Massachusetts, which is pursuing a casino in Milford.
Community leaders say the influx of ex-inmates will burden existing reentry programs that are already overwhelmed with heavy caseloads and few resources.
WBUR’s Monica Brady-Myerov fact-checks the claims made at Wednesday night’s debate between Republican incumbent U.S. Sen. Scott Brown and his Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren.