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The stone house, made from local materials, once served as a dispensary.
Boston's "energy positive" efforts inspire new approaches from private developers.
Readers react strongly to hearing that inspired some residents to walk out.
And they could be the leading edge of a new trend in Boston development.
See what projects are going on in your neighborhood.
This weekend's article stirred some discussion. Join it.
The law would require retailers to let people with certain medical conditions use employee bathrooms.
Boston City Councilor Ayanna Pressley calls for examination of alcohol licenses and how attaining them economically affect businesses.
Tangierino Lounge went to the Licensing Board to get permission to add liquor to their smoking lounge.
Councilors were also treated to a tae kwon do display by Boston school students.
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