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Among the elements of the health care bill up for debate is an end to mandatory coverage of basic mental health care and addiction services.
Jennifer Kimball holds a special place in the hearts of folk music fans and musicians in the region. Now she's out with a new album, "Avocet."
The former head of the pharmacy was acquitted of murder allegations but found guilty of racketeering.
Derek Walcott taught poetry and playwriting at Boston University for almost 30 years and won a Nobel Prize for Literature in 1992.
The proposed budget from President Trump includes rolling back Obama-era protections and restrictions on greenhouse emissions. Trump also wants to cut 3,200 EPA employees.
Barry Cadden is charged with 96 criminal counts, including fraud, racketeering and 25 acts of second-degree murder.
Laura Kipnis is a writer and teacher -- but she visited Wellesley this week in her new role as provocateur.
What James Comey didn't discuss: Russian hacking and the president's claims of wiretapping.
Lila DeLuca, of Rockport, and Sam Brock, of Concord, are both 10 years old and competing on the reality cooking show "Master Chef Junior."
Researchers are wondering how the order will affect those doctors, future doctors, and patient care for Americans.
"Conditions have improved, but not to the point that we would sit back and relax," the chair of the state's drought task force said Tuesday.
New Hampshire Gov. Sununu claimed Wednesday night that 85 percent of the fentanyl that came into his state was from Lawrence, Massachusetts.
Amazon opened a 5,800 square foot store at Legacy Place in Dedham.
Twenty-two-year-old Tiba Faraj is originally from Iraq. She came to Massachusetts as a refugee with her family in 2010. She's now a junior at UMass Dartmouth.
For decades, acclaimed Soviet-era classical composer Sofia Gubaidulina has been taking the bayan, a type of Russian button accordion, to another level.
In 2016, 75 percent of the people in Massachusetts who died from an unintentional overdose had fentanyl in their systems. In 2015, that number was at 57 percent.
There’ll be events all year long to celebrate the centennial of the man from Brookline who became the youngest president and the first Catholic ever elected.
The case could have implications for needle exchange programs across the state.
The Mahmoud family landed in the United States Friday, headed for their new home in Lowell.