A Beacon Hill committee has endorsed two bills that would clear the way for rent control to return to Massachusetts more than two and a half decades after voters narrowly banned the practice statewide.
A Sunday afternoon of mostly peaceful protests in Boston broke at nightfall when protesters clashed with officers, throwing rocks, breaking into several stores and lighting a police vehicle on fire.
Restaurants and lodging businesses face a slew of new mandatory safety standards when they reopen or expand operations beyond current pandemic-forced levels.
A 22-acre cluster of industrial properties and parking lots near South Boston’s Andrew Square MBTA’s is being prepared for redevelopment including a last-mile distribution center for Amazon.
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh issued guidelines for office buildings in the city that plan to reopen to tenants on Monday. The guidelines largely mirror the state’s guidelines and industry practices.
Brockton-based HarborOne Mortgage announced today it has opened a branch office in Chelsea at 70 Everett Ave.
The House gave sweeping bipartisan approval Thursday to legislation modify the terms of Paycheck Protection Program loans made to businesses that have suffered COVID-related losses.
Members of the banking and commercial real estate industries made donations of critical masks to health care workers on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The previously postponed 2020 Boston Marathon has been canceled due to concerns about the coronavirus, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh announced Thursday.
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