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Boston Logan is the First U.S. Airport to Achieve Health Accreditation

Boston Logan is the First U.S. Airport to Achieve Health Accreditation

Boston Logan is the First U.S. Airport to Achieve Health Accreditation

On September 3, the Airport Council International (ACI) announced that Boston Logan International Airport is the first North American airport to be accredited under the Council’s Airport Health Accreditation program.

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Hyatt Place Boston/Seaport District is Now Officially Open

Last week, a new Hyatt Place hotel opened its doors in Boston’s Seaport District.  This new 297-room hotel is within a 10-minute walk to the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center (BCEC) and is right across the street from the Rockland Trust Bank...

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Boston Participates in #RedAlertRESTART Event in Support of Live Events

Last week the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center (BCEC) and the Hynes Convention Center joined a campaign created by #WeMakeEvents North America in support of the live events industry.

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The BCEC Invests $14M+ in New Capital Projects & Upgrades

Although the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center (BCEC) is not actively hosting events right now, the Massachusetts Convention Center Authority (MCCA) is taking advantage of this window of time to advance a significant number of capital...

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Boston is Reasserting its Healthcare Leadership Position

Boston is a hub of medical and biotechnology innovation. Few cities in the United States have more doctors than the city of Boston and over 50 percent of U.S. healthcare professionals are within a two-hour travel radius. Boston is home to many of...

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Fun Water Activities to Add to Your Boston Bucket List

Boston is not only one of the most historical destinations in the US, it’s also surrounded by water (Charles River to the north and Boston Harbor to the east and south) which comes with enviable perks like beautiful beaches, fresh, local seafood,...

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Take a Walk through History with Boston’s Most Notable Architecture

In this week's blog written by our intern Marah Adams, a senior at at the Sawyer Business School of Suffolk University, we take you on a virtual tour of some of Boston's must see architectural landmarks. 

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COVID-19 Updates from Boston: Massachusetts Moves Forward with Phase 3 of Reopening

New coronavirus cases and hospitalizations in Massachusetts have been steadily declining which allowed for Phase 3 of the state’s reopening plan to begin on Monday, July 6. Boston will officially enter the phase next week, on July 13, as city...

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Celebrate 4th of July in the Birthplace of the American Revolution [Virtually]

Independence Day is usually celebrated with fireworks, parades, and many events all over Massachusetts commemorating our nation's birth and independence. And even though a lot has changed this year, there are plenty of virtual experiences to help...

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COVID-19 UPDATES FROM BOSTON: Step Two of Phase Two & What’s Next

After the successful start of the second phase in Massachusetts’ Reopening Plan, this week Governor Baker gave the green light to step two of the phase.

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