Judge skeptical of bike lanes on narrow Brattle Street

Black, multirace, Hispanic kids disciplined more, and school officials are reluctant to talk about it

In court case over fourth-grader’s punishment, judges cite legal technicality to dismiss one part

New group of plaintiffs with familiar argument attempts to stop city’s installation of bike lanes

Judge rejects group’s call to freeze bike lanes, allowing city to continue installation for now (updated)

Group’s lawsuit and call for freeze on bike lanes get first hearing as wires come down in Porter (corrected)

Brief by Bicycle Safety group responds to lawsuit seeking to roll back city installation of bike lanes

Group files lawsuit over Cycling Safety Ordinance, telling city to ‘rescind, restore and prevent’ lanes (updated)

Seeing a growing threat of overturned rights, council acts to support LGBTQ+ community

Driver of SUV is acquitted in death of a senior, ‘tragedy’ that left judge with reasonable doubt