Hayley Glatter, The Atlantic

Hayley Glatter

The Atlantic

Vernon Township, IL, United States

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Past articles by Hayley:

The Timeless Bliss of Eating Hometown Food

For many holiday travelers, a trip back to where they grew up is a chance to revisit the local haunts they spend the rest of the year craving. → Read More

New Airbnb for Yachts Company Launches on Nantucket –

KellyBoat allows visitors to customize their boating experience and rent a vessel for just a day at a time. The company's founder, Kelly Shea Lyden, is focused on safety, personalization, and sustainability. → Read More

A Flash Flood Watch Has Been Issued for Eastern Massachusetts, Rhode Island –

Boston is expected to see more than half an inch of precipitation on Friday as thunderstorms roll through the region. More seasonable temperatures are expected for the weekend. → Read More

Planned City Hall Plaza Upgrades Force Cancelation of Boston Winter –

The two-year-old festival will be sidelined in the face of construction. Plans for the renovated plaza emphasize accessibility and include a new seasonal fountain. → Read More

Sen. Elizabeth Warren Got an Adorable New Puppy –

The newest unofficial member of the Massachusetts Congressional delegation hasn't been named just yet. Warren wrote on Twitter that the animal is bringing "gentleness and normalcy" to her life. → Read More

Sorry, But It's Probably Not Going to Cool Off Any Time Soon

Heat indices could reach triple digits on Monday, and meteorologists don't expect a reprieve until the end of the week. A heat emergency has been declared in Boston. → Read More

Massachusetts Senate Passes Bill to Add Third Gender Option to State IDs –

Advocates say adding the "X" option alleviates the need for gender non-conforming individuals to make an impossible choice. The bill is sponsored by state Sen. Karen Spilka, an Ashland Democrat. → Read More

Massachusetts House of Representatives Passes Automatic Voter Registration Bill –

If the legislation becomes law, eligible residents would be added to the state's voter database when they renew their driver's licenses at the RMV or apply for health care through MassHealth. → Read More

A Flash Flood Watch Has Been Issued for Parts of Mass.

There's also a non-zero risk of tornadoes in parts of the Bay State on Thursday, which has seen below-average rainfall so far this June. → Read More

L.L. Bean to Open Sixth Massachusetts Store in Hadley –

The iconic outdoor outfitter will set up shop at the Pioneer Valley's Mountain Farms Mall in fall 2019. In April, L.L. Bean opened its first urban store in the Seaport. → Read More

Bill Russell Flipped Off Charles Barkley at the 2018 NBA Awards –

The 84-year-old Celtics legend stole the show for the second year in a row and said the gesture was "pure instinct." Meanwhile, neither Brad Stevens nor Jayson Tatum took home the awards they were nominated for. → Read More

Boston Children’s Named Best Pediatric Hospital in the Nation –

For the fifth year in a row, the medical center took home the top prize in the U.S. News and World Report rankings. The rankings take into account factors like patient outcomes and clinical resource availability. → Read More

With Almost 47 Million Americans Traveling for Independence Day, Traffic Could Be a Nightmare –

More than 1 million Massachusetts residents are expected to hit the road for the holiday, according to AAA. Orlando, Honolulu, and Seattle are among the most popular destinations this year. → Read More

Boston College Guard Jerome Robinson, Dorchester-Native Bruce Brown Selected for NBA –

The Los Angeles Clippers picked up the Eagles guard with the 13th pick in the draft, and the Hurricanes big man was selected in the second round by the Detroit Pistons. → Read More

Stephen Colbert Addresses Scott Lively on “The Late Show” –

The comedian took aim at the GOP gubernatorial challenger's extreme anti-LGBT views during his "Profiles in Discourage" segment. → Read More

It Could Cost $21.5 Billon to Connect North and South Stations –

A new study from the Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority found a tunnel burrowed deep below Boston would rack up quite the price tag, though it might not move forward. → Read More

Wayfair Inks Deal to Add Nearly 400,000 Square Feet of Office Space –

How many accent pillows can fit inside a 400,000-square-foot office? → Read More

Boston’s Heat Index Could Hit Triple Digits on Monday –

It's going to be very hot in parts of Massachusetts on June 18. The National Weather Service issued a heat advisory for the Hub, among other communities in the Bay State. → Read More

Three Great White Sharks Detected Off Cape Cod –

Another sign that summer is upon us: The ocean predators have returned to Massachusetts' coastal waters. You can track the sharks using the Sharktivity app from the Atlantic White Shark Conservancy. → Read More

The MidTown Hotel Property Is Going on the Market –

The old school spot's landowner is putting the property on the market. → Read More