BOSTON — The judge said prison officials should give attorneys daily activity logs, suicide watch logs, psychology data files, photographs, commissary files and other records.
BOSTON — Prosecutors say they are not required to provide the name of the informant who gave information about former Bulger associates.
BOSTON — Gloucester state Sen. Bruce Tarr is offering the proposal as an amendment to the Senate version of the state budget.
LOWELL, Mass. — Police Commissioner Ed Davis could not say when the investigations will start, but he expects them to take “a few months.”
BOSTON — Prosecutors said they will not indict Dzokhar Tsranaev within the 30-day period prescribed the Federal Speedy Trial Act.
BOSTON — The ruling comes as one of the recently released drug lab defendants is charged with murder in Brockton.
BOSTON — An appellate court ruled that it found no reason to disturb the sentence Catherine Greig received after she pleaded guilty to conspiracy to harbor a fugitive and other charges.
BOSTON — A judge has rejected a request from lawyers for Boston Marathon suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev to allow them to take periodic photos of him in prison.
BOSTON — Commissioner Roderick Fraser called deputies “unprofessional” for their letter to Mayor Menino about Chief Abraira’s alleged lack of leadership in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombings.
BOSTON — Prosecutors said conducting background checks will minimize the possibility of a mistrial.
BOSTON — Five employees allegedly took bribes from cab drivers and let them cut ahead of other taxis to pick up passengers at Logan International Airport.
BELCHERTOWN, Mass. — The Quabbin Reservoir supplies Boston’s drinking water. Seven people were seen at the park’s entrance shortly after midnight.