Between 2010 and 2012 the prison population declined, but in 2013 the number of incarcerated individuals rose by 4,300, many of whom were women.
Josie Ramirez was only 8 when she began visiting prisons. Almost 20 years later, she is still a visitor.
Three non-profit organizations in Boston; VISIONS Inc., Span and the Louis D. Brown Peace Institute, are working together to implement different parts of the Intergenerational Justice Program (IJP), a $457,000 grant that was first funded in October 2014 by the Executive Office of Public Service and Security with federal money from the Department of Justice.
Anti-Semitism may be more of a pronounced problem than you think in 2015 Massachusetts.
Two young computer engineers built a logistic service using algorithms that modifies the rules in warehousing.
According to recent studies, Boston is one of the “fittest” cities in the U.S. #BostonFitnessFads looks at workouts that are popular in the city, and explores which ones are likely a “fad,” and which ones are here to stay.
High impact fitness may not be for everyone, but there are some workouts appropriate for everyone.
Fight fitness trends are growing in Boston. Boston residents and combat sport professionals talk about why that is.
Different facets of society can and do combat anti-Semitism in 2015 Massachusetts.
A group of medical researchers work on computers solely to battle lung cancer, yet they aren’t expecting job automation soon.