• Boston June 17, 2024 3:18 pm

    Heat emergency declared in Boston as heat wave looms

    With a possible heat wave headed to Boston this week, Mayor Michelle Wu has issued a heat emergency for the city from Tuesday through Thursday. The forecast puts high temperatures in Boston in the 90s from Tuesday through at least Thursday — Thursday may tie the record of 98 degrees — and much of the region is under a heat…

  • Boston June 10, 2024 7:02 am

    Wu expected to veto cuts to Boston police, fire

    Boston Mayor Michelle Wu is expected on Monday to veto budget cuts by the City Council that would reduce funding for the city’s police and fire departments. Last week, city councilors voted to reduce Wu’s recommended spending for the two departments. However, the Boston Herald reports that the mayor is planning on restoring the full funding — it’s not...

  • Boston Celtics June 4, 2024 5:51 pm

    Celtics hosting first-ever TD Garden watch parties for NBA Finals away games

    Celtics fans will be able to experience the thrill of the NBA Finals at TD Garden this year even when the team isn’t playing on the parquet floor in Boston. The arena will host watch parties for the first two away games of the finals, while the Celtics are playing the Mavericks in Dallas. The C’s will host the...

  • Boston May 31, 2024 9:46 am

    Boston City Council still not ready to move on Wu's tax shift proposal

    With the window for the necessary state legislative action quickly closing, Boston city councilors still have many questions about a proposed tax-shift plan that has drawn the ire of some influential real estate industry leaders. A council subcommittee spent more than four hours Thursday weighing Mayor Michelle Wu’s plan to temporarily rebalance the property tax split between residential and...

  • Massachusetts March 4, 2024 5:15 pm

    ‘A nightmare': Mother reacts to Boston school staff strapping her son to a chair

    Anacelia Cuevas said school staff treated her 3-year-old nonverbal son “like an animal or a criminal” when they strapped him to a chair with nylon straps and duct tape.

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  • Massachusetts March 4, 2024 11:42 am

    Boston school district investigating ‘student restraint' incident

    A disturbing situation at a Boston public school is leaving parents with countless questions Monday morning. An incident involving a special needs student, a teacher and what’s being called an “inappropriate use of restraints.”

  • Massachusetts March 4, 2024 6:46 am

    Boston Public Schools investiagting ‘student restraint' incident

    Several Boston Public Schools staffers are on leave after being accused of inappropriately restraining a student who goes to the James F. Condon K-8 School in South Boston. The district says it’s investigating the incident.

  • Boston March 4, 2024 7:54 pm

    ‘ A nightmare': Mother outraged after Boston school staff strapped her son to a chair

    Several Boston Public Schools staffers are on leave after an incident at James F. Condon K-8 School. The district is investigating their actions after a report claims they inappropriately restrained a young student. According to the family of this 3-year-old autistic student, the mother was contacted by the Department of Children and Families weeks after the incident at the school….

  • Massachusetts March 1, 2024 12:07 pm

    Meeting to discuss new Fort Point migrant shelter

    Residents in Boston will be able to once again weigh in on the migrant shelter that’s set to open in the Fort Point neighborhood of the city. Gov. Maura Healey is getting a lot of push back from some in that community. 

  • Massachusetts March 1, 2024 7:40 am

    Community controversy over Fort Point migrant shelter

    There are more meetings Friday over the controversial proposal for a new migrant shelter in Boston’s Fort Point neighborhood. While Gov. Maura Healey insists its necessary amid a migrant shelter crisis, residents of the neighborhood are not thrilled.

  • Massachusetts March 1, 2024 11:54 am

    Fort Point residents divided over new migrant shelter

    Residents in the Fort Point neighborhood of Boston are still divided over the opening of a new emergency shelter in their neighborhood. Gov. Maura Healey said it’s necessary with the state’s shelter system at capacity but some people living in the area continue to push back. Residents will have an opportunity Friday to ask questions and address their concerns...

  • Michelle Wu February 11, 2024 11:37 am

    Wu on migrant crisis: ‘We're experiencing the symptoms of a federal immigration system that's been broken'

    Boston Mayor Michelle Wu visited NBC 10 Boston’s @Issue and explained the migrant situation that the city of Boston and the state of Massachusetts is going through as they’re trying to find shelter for the influx of people coming into the state. “We’re experiencing the symptoms of a federal immigration system that’s been broken” said Wu. “At the federal...

  • @Issue February 11, 2024 9:00 am

    @Issue: Catching up with Mayor Wu

    Boston Mayor Michelle Wu joins us to discuss many topics including what the state is doing with the influx of migrants coming into the state, reduced MBTA fares and outdoor dining in Boston.

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  • MBTA February 6, 2024 10:45 pm

    Boston keeping its 3 fare-free bus routes free to ride for longer

    Three of the MBTA’s most high-traffic bus routes will remain free-to-ride through March 2026, Boston Mayor Michelle Wu announced Tuesday, citing the positive impact the pilot program has had on riders’ savings and ridership numbers. Routes 23, 28 and 29 have been fare-free since February 2022, when Wu announced a two-year extension to a pilot program on Route 28 that…

  • Massachusetts February 6, 2024 1:19 pm

    Outdoor dining in Boston is back this summer: Here's what to know

    It may be cold out, but Boston is already looking ahead to the 2024 outdoor dining season. Restaurants will be able to open up for outdoor dining from May 1 through Oct. 31 this year, the city announced Tuesday, though, like last year, the North End won’t be involved. For 2023, the city limited restaurants in the North End to…

  • Massachusetts January 18, 2024 2:31 pm

    Healey, Wu to testify on housing costs in Mass.

    Mass. Gov. Maura Healey and Boston Mayor Michelle Wu are both pushing to bring down housing costs, an issue Healey described as one of the most pressing issues in the state right now.

  • Massachusetts January 18, 2024 7:23 am

    Healey, Wu to testify on housing costs in Mass.

    Massachusetts Gov. Maura Healey and Boston Mayor Michelle Wu will testify at the State House Thursday to push for a bill to make housing more affordable in the Bay State.

  • Massachusetts January 18, 2024 7:08 pm

    Massachusetts housing crisis testimony reveals complexity of issue

    Massachusetts is known for being one of the most expensive states in the nation to live in. With the cost of housing continuing to skyrocket, two Bay State leaders are taking a stand. Healey wasn’t shy to say Wednesday night during her State of the Commonwealth address that the cost of living in Massachusetts is still too high. The...

  • Boston January 17, 2024 5:04 pm

    Boston Public Schools receives its biggest-ever donation for MGB partnership

    Boston Public Schools announced a new jobs pipeline partnership with the state’s largest health care system, funded by a $37.8 million donation, the biggest in the district’s history. Boston Mayor Michelle Wu, Schools Superintendent Mary Skipper made the announcement Wednesday morning at Massachusetts General Hospital’s Museum of Medical History and Innovation. Wu’s office described the unveiling as “a transformative...

  • Boston January 10, 2024 5:57 pm

    Clean energy, lowered costs focus of Treasury Secretary Yellen's visit to Boston

    Looking to strengthen the commonwealth’s standing to compete for millions of federal dollars, Gov. Maura Healey told Secretary of the Treasury Janet Yellen Wednesday about her administration’s efforts so far to secure the coveted resources to spur new jobs in the clean energy sector and lower costs for Massachusetts residents. Yellen traveled to Boston to tour the Center for...

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