Beantown Rundown:

The Atlantic White Shark Conservancy got a dentist view of a Great White off the coast of Cape Cod on Tuesday. Watch the video here. Julian Edelman and Stephon Gilmore were both tossed from practice on Tuesday for an end zone scuffle by coach Bill Belichick. More here. UMass has topped the best college dining list by Princeton Review. More here. Governor Baker files legislation … Continue reading Beantown Rundown:

President Deval Patrick?

Former President Barack Obama has apparently told former Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick to consider running for president in 2020. Others close advisers to the former president such as Valerie Jarrett and David Axelrod also encouraged Patrick to consider running in 2020. The inner circle pointed out that Patrick would poll well in his native New England and in Southern black communities. In response to the … Continue reading President Deval Patrick?

Harvard Law School Director Lists Scaramucci Dead

Harvard Law School was forced to apologize on Monday after their director listed former communications director Anthony Scaramucci as dead on the school’s directory. There was an asterisk placed next to his name indicating that Scaramucci had been dead since 2011. While he may not be dead to Harvard Law School, he is definitely “dead” in the eyes of the West Wing. Source: Continue reading Harvard Law School Director Lists Scaramucci Dead

MBTA Considers Overnight Buses

The MBTA’s board heard a proposal Monday night to expand service in Boston and the suburbs with the addition of all night buses. The new proposal would extend service late into the night and into the early morning and would include early T service starting at 5 a.m. Overnight buses and additional T service would cost the MBTA roughly $3.3 million a year. Another proposal … Continue reading MBTA Considers Overnight Buses

Boston Considering Safe Sites for Opioid Drug Users

Lawmakers in Boston have contemplated the idea of creating safe sites for opioid users. These site would not inject people or provide them with the drugs, they will however, ensure that users do not overdose and die. A safe site created in Vancouver, Canada saw a 35% reduction in people who died by overdose to opioids, which would translate to 700 saved lives in Massachusetts. … Continue reading Boston Considering Safe Sites for Opioid Drug Users

Beantown Rundown:

22 people were arrested during a Massachusetts pipeline protest in western MA on Saturday. More here. Patriots DE Rob Ninkovich is expected to announce his retirement from football today. More here. A new interactive map displays the hundreds of schools, streets and parks named after Bostonian local John F. Kennedy. More here. Electronic tolling mistakes have cost some MA customers thousands of dollars. More here. … Continue reading Beantown Rundown: