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As the fall semester nears, a pair of UMass Boston construction projects principally aimed at relocating utility infrastructure on Columbia Point remain in progress this month. Part of the work— along the perimeter road on the eastern side of the... Read more

Citing "declining enrollment and mounting financial difficulties," the board of Elizabeth Seton Academy has voted to close the school effective immediately.

Frances Birmingham, the chair of the Board of Trustees, informed families... Read more

They used to brush silently past one another, scurrying straight-eyed toward a table of familiar faces.

But now at the Codman Square Health Center dining room, employees mix freely with Codman Academy students who share the facilities, many of... Read more

Melville Park resident Orlando Cruz, Jr. is a college admissions dean’s dream: exemplary student, award-winning athlete, hip-hop dance instructor, and conscientious member of the community.

As a sophomore track sprinter for the Wilbraham and... Read more

A Dorchester-based charter school that was forced to close its doors this year has sold its Hancock Street campus to another Dorchester charter school for $3.2 million. The Conservatory Lab Charter School has purchased the land and building at 127... Read more

As parents, we all want the same things for our kids: security, happiness, and the chance at a better life. The key to all those things is a college education. That’s why I was so excited when my daughter received her diploma from Match Charter Public... Read more

Columbia Point is once again the center of stadium-sized speculation this week as talks between the New England Revolution and UMass continue to weigh the merits of building a professional soccer venue at the former Bayside Expo Center site.

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Word emerged this week that UMass officials are talking with the Kraft family — owners of the Patriots and the New England Revolution soccer franchise — about... Read more

University of Massachusetts officials have had preliminary conversations with the Kraft family and the New England Revolution about the possibility of building a soccer stadium on prime waterfront land owned by the university on the grounds of the old... Read more

Lynne Mooney Teta on Tuesday announced her resignation as headmaster of Boston Latin School, the prestigious exam school that has spent the past six months under a magnifying glass over racial issues.

In a letter to the BLS community... Read more

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