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Celtics showing "degree of interest" for Knicks guard Alec Burks

BOSTON -- With the New York Knicks looking to shed salary so they can make a run at free agent Jalen Brunson, a large chunk of their roster available this offseason. They don't even want much in return.That appears to be the case with veteran point guard Alec Burks, and a number of teams are interesting in acquiring the 30-year-old. The Celtics are among those teams "with a degree of interest in dealing for Burks," according to a report by SNY.The Celtics could take on Burks' contract without having to send anything back to New York, thanks to Brad Stevens' large...
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Report: Celtics among teams with interest in trade for Alec Burks

It wouldn't be a bad outcome if the Boston Celtics fail to land a marquee player during the 2022 NBA offseason. The Celtics don't need a major roster overhaul. Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown are two of the league's best young stars. Recent first-round draft picks Robert Williams, Grant Williams and Payton Pritchard still have plenty of room for improvement, too.
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Bruins announce six-game 2022 preseason schedule

Boston Bruins fans will have to wait about three more months before seeing their favorite team take the ice in actual games again. The B's announced Monday their schedule for the 2022 preseason. It includes six games, two each versus the Philadelphia Flyers, New York Rangers and New Jersey Devils. There are three home games and three road games.

Boston Celtics: WEEI proposes Jaylen Brown for Kyrie Irving trade

If WEEI was running the Boston Celtics, very uncomfortable and unpopular decisions would be mulled about in the front office. At least that’s what the Houdini gleans from the trade proposal made on The Greg Hill Show that would send Jaylen Brown to the Brooklyn Nets and reunite Kyrie Irving with the Cs.

New England's food trucks face the higher costs of doing business on the road

Justin Amevor wanted to start a food business for years and got his opportunity during the pandemic. He launched DoughBoyz in Worcester, Massachusetts, with a plan to start out in catering and eventually have a food truck called the DoughCart. His dream of founding a food company focused on addressing and solving food insecurity became a reality in 2021. But now inflation is making things difficult for both Amevor and his customers.

The KAPIKILL Files, chapter 3: Now for the Cannon

After part-time diplomat and shopkeeper Orhan Gündüz was threatened by the Justice Commandos of the Armenian Genocide, law enforcement declined to provide direct protection as a pair of joggers waited for him along his usual route home. Read chapter 1 and chapter 2. “It was an eye-opening moment,”...

Patriots News 6/28: Daily Team Notebook

Some New England Patriots news and notes on this Tuesday:. – Former Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman appeared on the podcast “I Am Athlete” and discussed a variety of topics, which included Edelman recalling a recent visit to the team where he said Bill Belichick made it clear he wasn’t thrilled about seeing his former player constantly doing impressions of him. “I just saw him, recently,” said Edelman. “I went and I visited the team. He was like, ‘Look, If I have to turn on the F*&n TV and see you doing me every F*&n day. Like, what are we F’n doing here?'” Edelman said Belichick still makes him nervous. “I’m over here sitting on eggshells, I’m still scared of the guy. He’s still like the Emporer or something, you know what I mean? So I walk in, I’m all, ‘Hey coach, you know it’s all out of love’ and he goes, ‘Look, just shut the F*&k up.'”

Affiliate Report: Maine Mariners 2021-22 Season Review

The last time a Boston Bruins’ affiliate took the ice in ECHL prior to this season, the Atlanta Gladiators, led by Samuel Asselin, were streaking towards the top of the South Division standings as the COVID pandemic shut down sports throughout the world. Boston went the entire 2020-21 season...

Boston Protests The Overturning of Roe v. Wade

Thousands of people gathered in Copley Square the evening of Friday, June 24, to protest the overturning of Roe v. Wade, which stripped the federal protection on abortion. The organizers of the protest, The Boston Party for Socialism and Liberation, gathered various speakers to encourage and empower the group standing outside of Boston Public Library. Speakers included Gabby Ballard and Ava, who both work for the The Boston Party for Socialism and Liberation, and a speaker named Mandy, who organized a community campaign in Allston to promote trans rights. A woman named Laura, who works at Planned Parenthood, was working the abortion clinic that morning when she heard the news and also spoke about her experience.

Quincy parking control meter man parking backwards in Quincy Center #tpal #mayorkoch

Quincy parking control meter man parking backwards in Quincy Center. In Quincy, abiding by local parking rules continue to not apply to at least “some” city employees. One of Quincy’s Citizen Photojournalists photo-documented the personal ride of one of the City of Quincy’s metermen parking the wrong way on the one-way side street that is Saville Avenue.

4th of July Forecast: Heat, Humidity, Possibility of Thunderstorms

We had, finally, a good soaking rain across much of New England. Burlington, Vermont, had 1.2 inches in the observation site, with Boston reporting 0.65 inches. And we had everything in between! Even some spots pushing 2 inches in southern New England. Now, high pressure takes over and our weather...

MassDOT advises travelers to plan ahead for holiday travel weekend

BOSTON (WHDH) - As July 4th approaches, MassDOT is advising holiday travelers to plan ahead before their vacations. “Traffic volumes are expected to increase as we get closer to the weekend so we are recommending that members of the public plan their trips in advance to leave at the best times and to take the most efficient routes,” said MassDOT Highway Administrator Jonathan Gulliver. “Many people will be out and about, so we ask everyone whether driving, walking, or bicycling to be courteous, obey the rules of the road, and take it slow so everyone can enjoy the holiday.”

Alex Cora expressed confidence in the Red Sox’ pitching staff even amid injuries

The Red Sox lost to the Blue Jays on Monday night, 7-2. Boston will face Toronto again this evening at 7:07 p.m. Alex Cora’s thoughts on the Red Sox pitching staff: Despite enduring a stretch of the season in which the Red Sox have missed starting pitchers Nathan Eovaldi and Garrett Whitlock (not to mention ace Chris Sale, who has yet to pitch for Boston in 2022), Alex Cora’s team is 19-5 in the month of June.

Massachusetts Safety Agencies Hold Large Multi-Hazard Scenario

Practice makes perfect, and that is no doubt what multiple Massachusetts Safety agencies were aiming for during a large-scale multi-hazard drill last week. Multiple agencies took part in the drill... The Massachusetts Department of Fire Services posted on its Facebook page today that they, along with several other agencies, took...