Zoe Yuqing Han - Clips
Tariff relief is needed to help local lobster wholesalers cope with declining revenue amid an escalated trade war with China, the Bay State’s second-largest export market, industry advocates say.
The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection is pushing forward with a variety of programs to assist cities and towns facing the difficult market and rising costs.
Small and independent restaurants are registering their opposition to a Beacon Hill proposal to restrict the use of plastic straws, saying they already struggle to meet other state mandates. Paper or metal straws needlessly add to operating costs, they say.
With around half of the state workforce concentrated in industries like education, health care and hospitality that require onsite work, Gov. Charlie Baker’s proposal to create a telecommuting tax incentive for companies to ease commuting congestion faces potential friction and technical challenges as his transportation bond bill works its way through the Legislature.
It’s 7 a.m. in the morning. Edinburgh. March 23. When Yu woke up, her mom already made multiple calls to her Wechat. When her mom finally reached her, Yu was informed that she needed to get to London by the end of today, as she had two flights lining up in front of her to fly back to Beijing. The first one departs in 24 hours in London City Airport.
When Christopher Weeks, 41, who is training for the Boston Marathon, showed a group of second grade students at Heath School his worn-out sneakers, they leaned in for a closer look. Weeks and Chima Ikonne, a special educator at the school, are training to run with Team Brookline. They showed up dressed in running gear to talk with the students at the school about what is like to train for the 2019 Boston Marathon.
This Thanksgiving, we tell stories of strong women who went through numerous heartbreaks but managed to heal themselves. They are capable of loving, sharing, helping others, fighting through hardships and still feeling thankful toward the giving of life.
Today is July 15, 2019. Three years ago, at this night, a coup attempt happened in Turkey. The attempt failed, but thousands of lives were altered forever. This special episode is about four women’s memory of that night. For safety concerns, all of the names in this episode are alias. Some of the voiceovers you will hear also have similar experiences and are the survivors of that night.
This special episode is about the absence of fathers and children healing from it and finding ways to remember them.