Investment firm acquires 87-unit, single-family rental home development in Palm Bay
There are concerns that investors buying up homes and apartments could further exacerbate the shortage of affordable housing
How Seattleites say their (already casual) office wardrobes have changed
Earlier this month, we asked readers to share (potentially in haiku form) which piece of clothing they'll never wear again. Here are some of our favorite responses.
Coronavirus daily news updates, May 17: What to know today about COVID-19 in the Seattle area, Washington state and the world
Inside the Washington legislative workers’ union push and building frustration with Democratic leadership
Police seek information after 6 newborn puppies abandoned by side of road in Holliston
"Any tips to assist in locating the person(s) responsible for abandoning these puppies will be greatly appreciated." The post Police seek information after 6 newborn puppies abandoned by side of road in Holliston appeared first on Boston.com .
On Thursday, the T said there had been a construction vehicle derailment. Now it says there were three.
Schumer Calls on Murdoch and Fox News Executives to Stop Amplifying Replacement Theory
The Senate majority leader urged Fox News brass in a letter to “immediately cease the reckless amplification of the so-called ‘Great Replacement’ theory on your network’s broadcasts.”
Companies’ new seasons feature old faves, newer works
Broadway blockbusters, beloved musicals and seldom-produced plays are among the treats announced by Peninsula theaters for their upcoming 2022-23 seasons. Before the new season begins, Smuin Contemporary Ballet is closing its current season with “Dance Series 2: P.S. Forever Smuin,” featuring Val Caniparoli’s playful “Confessions,” set to a soundtrack by American contemporary classical composer N…