Corey Thomas took a slow, steady path to the top of the corporate ladder

Corey Thomas, CEO of Rapid 7, always knew he wanted to run a company someday, but early on his was given the advice to seek experience and learn the different aspects of running a business.

Suggestions for a successful voting experience on Nov. 4

With the state election fast approaching, the Boston Election Department offers the following tips to help ease the process for both voters and poll workers alike.

Gubernatorial candidates address Latino audience at forum

A gubernatorial candidate forum hosted by Northeastern University and El Mundo Media last week elicited lively exchanges on immigration reform, increasing access to education and creating a Latino-inclusive administration.

Fields Corner named one of the 10 Great Neighborhoods

For the second year in a row, the American Planning Association has honored Fields Corner as one of the 10 Great Neighborhoods in America.

City gets $25,000 grant for urban agriculture visioning

The City of Boston’s Office of Food Initiatives announced today the receipt of a $25,000 planning grant from the United States Department of Agriculture’s Local Food Promotion Program, to support an Urban Agriculture Visioning group, which will build on efforts ...

Park Service walking tour at Stony Brook Reservation

On Saturday, November 8 at 10 a.m. the National Park Service and the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation are offering a guided hike of the Stony Brook Reservation.

Freedom House receives $300,000 challenge grant

Freedom House, a Grove Hall-based social service agency, has received a $300,000 challenge grant from the Amelia Peabody Charitable Fund.

DSNI celebrates 30 years

On Saturday, Nov. 8, the DSNI Homecoming Gala will take place at UMASS Boston

City, state officials celebrate Mather School’s 375th anniversary

When it opened in 1639, colonists funded the mather school using a levy on cattle grazing, making it the first publicly funded school in what is now the United States. Last week city and state officials and alumni turned out ...

City hosts summit on lead paint danger

With ninety percent of housing units in Boston were built before lead paint was banned, lead is a pervasive danger in the city, yet many landlords and renters do not fully understand the laws around lead paint removal.

Coakley, Democrats make appeals to party’s loyal base

In the last week of campaigning, Democrats are revving up the party’s base.

Charlie Baker gaining traction with urban voters

Polling data shows gubernatorial candidate Charlie Baker has made inroads with voters in Massachusetts cities.

A celebration of books and words at the Boston Book Festival

Six years in and the Boston Book Festival has become one of the most anticipated festivals in Boston to attend. The annual event takes place today and Saturday at Trinity Church, the Old South Church, the French Cultural Center, Storyville, ...

Lineup Announced for 20th Annual “COMICS COME HOME” to support the Cam Neely Foundation for Cancer Care

TD Garden to host this year’s event featuring star comedians including Jimmy Fallon, Denis Leary and Lenny Clarke

Much has changed in the 25 years since the Stewart case. Some things haven't

Much has changed in the 25 years since the Stewart case. Some important things haven't