By Toni Waterman
Two decades ago, John “The Quiet Man” Ruiz emerged from the Somerville Boxing Club to fighting fame. Now reopened, the club, a haven for inner-city youth, may have another champion in 16-year-old Rashida Ellis.
By Danielle Dreilinger
Lights are important symbols in the winter holidays of many traditions. But this year, we noticed one Massachusetts city that prides itself on a bright tradition appears to be a little dimmer. WGBH News decided to see what’s behind the change, and profiles how we live around the holidays.
By Jared Bowen
The FBI is hitting the airwaves to target James "Whitey" Bulger's longtime girlfriend, Catherine Greig. Two Boston FBI agents joined Emily Rooney on "Greater Boston" to discuss the latest strategy to end a 16-year search.
By Jared Bowen
On the heels of the holidays, the winter months tend to be slow for restaurants. But season that with a batch of snowstorms and, in the words of one restaurateur, it’s a killer. But some restaurants are trying to take advantage of the snow -- and succeeding.
By B. John Campbell
Wikileaks has dominated news headlines by releasing thousands of confidential government documents online. In Massachusetts, a new website is going about government transparency in an entirely different way.
A Boston-area philosopher and cognitive scientist knows some preachers, rabbis and ministers no longer believe the creeds they teach, forcing them into moral, social and professional isolation. Now he wants to figure out how common that is.