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NOV. 16-17 Searching for a house or condo that's right for you? This weekend offers plenty of chances to find a property that meets your needs. We've collected a handful of open house events around Boston to make your house-hunting experience a
Contracts are expected by year's end for two new ferries slated to start running next year between South Boston, East Boston and Charlestown. The city is pursuing the service as an alternate commuter route from Eastie and points north to South Boston'
At a Wednesday press conference where local city and state leaders floated ideas on how to alleviate the traffic plaguing the burgeoning business district, Mayor Thomas M. Menino debuted one solution: An LED traffic sign that shows people the
Ryan/Globe Staff Little-used Track 61, near the Convention Center in the Seaport District, which would get a train station...The state, with no fanfare, has set aside tens of millions of dollars to launch an innovative train service on a dormant rail
A young woman picked up by a gypsy cab driver in the bustling Seaport District was driven to Newton and raped in a shocking South Boston attack that cops kept under wraps for 10 days in part because of a simmering turf war between staties and Hub
A South Boston lawmaker upset over an ongoing turf war in the Seaport District between Boston and state police is fast-tracking a measure he hopes will sort out the confusion before it gets worse. We don't want to be in a situation where public
But even he's surprised at the speed with which the Seaport is filling in. In the next few months, another wave of restaurants and entertainment options is scheduled to open in the Seaport District, seemingly racing the developers who are rushing to
Added 2 hours ago Text size F innegan will begin again in Boston. The intellectual property law firm will move over the weekend from Cambridge to an office tower in the Seaport District. The firm whose full name is Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow,
The region's office construction market is making a strong comeback, driven by the expansions of medical and biotechnology companies that are funding new buildings going up in Boston's Seaport District, East Cambridge, and suburbs along Route 128.
Now it is trying to replicate that tech success in the Boston area by snapping up properties in the Seaport District and East Cambridge, hoping to open East Coast offices for its tenants or draw suburban companies into the city...Boston has always