Fans flocked to the streets around Boston in celebration as Super Bowl fever gripped America, especially the New England states given local team New England Patriots were up against defending champions, the Seattle Seahawks. In a nail-biting finish, the Patriots won the game 28 – 24, thanks to an incredible
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MIT community and friends gathered Friday morning to remember MIT police Officer Sean Collier’s life–a life of bravery, strength and love.
On the eve of the one year anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings, the Boston University Chinese Student Scholar Association hosted a public interfaith service at Marsh Chapel to honor Lu Lingzi, the Boston University graduate student who was killed in the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings.
Mei Mei food truck pulls into spots around the city offering a menu of Asian-fusion eats. Photographer Andrea Betenia presents a look at what it’s like on the inside of these rolling restaurants.
Two firefighters died in fast-moving nine-alarm fire in the Back Bay, as wind gusts of up to 45 miles per hour fanned the flames.
Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick speaks at Leading Cities Through Crisis: Lessons from the Boston Marathon, a conference held by the Boston University Initiative on Cities, at the Metcalf Trustee Center Ballroom, in Boston, Mass., on March 24, 2014. The conference, spearheaded by former Boston Mayor Thomas Menino, featured discussions by first responders, medical personnel and Boston area media. (BU News Service/Jun Tsuboike)
Photo Gallery: Boston Mayor Marty Walsh declares a snow emergency as Winter Storm Nika blasts the Boston area.
Audio Slideshow: Locals and tourists reflect on the meaning of one of America’s most famous sites — Plymouth Rock. Jamie Bologna reports for BU News Service.