The chief backer of a Boston bid for the 2024 Summer Olympics is now supporting the idea of a 2016 referendum on the bid. Suffolk Construction CEO John Fish, who is spearheading the privately funded nonprofit seeking to bring the summer Olympics to Boston... Read more
Support among Boston area voters for Boston hosting the 2024 summer Olympics has fallen from 51 percent in January to 44 percent in February to 36 percent in a WBUR poll of 504 Boston area registered voters taken March 16-18. Conducted by the MassINC... Read more
Cedar Grove Baseball players and coaches at last season’s opening ceremonies at Victory Road Park. Photo by Bill Forry Cedar Grove Baseball has linked up with two of the nation’s leading youth baseball organizations this year, an innovation that league... Read more
Steven O’Malley, Jr.: Steven O’Malley, Jr. pictured with his trainer Jason Kelly.Steven O’Malley, Jr., age 8, became Dot’s latest boxing champ last week when he beat an opponent from Lawrence to win the 2015 New England Silver Mittens trophy. Stevie... Read more
The first independent study of the possible economic impact of Boston’s hosting of the 2024 Summer Olympic Games concludes that there “could be a net economic positive,” but adds there is much left to be determined. “Success will depend upon smart... Read more
As support for Boston hosting the 2024 Summer Olympics suffered a drop in a public poll, Gov. Charlie Baker cautioned the bid is a "notion in formation" that will have to be vetted by "smart people" representing the state's interests. In a poll for WBUR... Read more
Sometimes, as Abe Lincoln once nicely noted, it’s beyond one’s poor power to add or detract with mere words to the majesty of an event, even a moment. Further, I’d be loath to make the faintest comparison of grueling football combat even at the highest... Read more
A critical component of the Boston 2024 Olympics plan is the virtual takeover of Dorchester’s 485-acre Franklin Park, which would host all equestrian events and require the construction of a temporary, 60,000-seat venue on the city-owned William J. Devine... Read more
Dorchester’s Donnie Palmer made a triumphant return to the ring last Saturday evening. The heavyweight boxer, who was shot and wounded last July in an incident on Park Street that nearly claimed his life, defeated Houston Crayton in a second-round... Read more
Last week’s “reveal” by the Boston 2024 committee, the non-profit organization that has led the effort to bring the Summer Games to Boston, was a mixed bag. On the one hand, the presentation offered the most in-depth glimpse to date at what could be a... Read more


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