Five airline employees have been charged with using their security clearances to smuggle more $417,000 in cash past checkpoints at Logan International Airport.
Several U.S. and military flags hung on a Cape Cod overpass ahead of a Wounded Warrior Project bicycle ride this weekend have been stolen, outraging some residents.
As he tries to win confirmation as a superior court judge, Massachusetts Parole Board Chairman Joshua Wall is now touting his record with the parole board.
Two Boston men convicted of luring a pizza delivery driver to a vacant home, where they killed and robbed him, have been sentenced to life in prison with no parole.
The squalid Massachusetts home where the remains of three infants were found has been ordered torn down.
Alexander Gallett and Michel St. Jean were found guilty of first-degree murder by a Suffolk Superior Court jury Tuesday during its second day of deliberations.
A change-of-plea hearing is scheduled for Tanya Singleton in Suffolk Superior Court.
A judge on Tuesday denied a motion to move next week’s trial for a college friend of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
Robel Phillipos’ lawyers argue that prejudicial pretrial publicity has made it impossible for him to receive a fair trial in Boston. A judge rejected an earlier change of venue motion. Phillipos’ trial is currently scheduled to start next week.
Gov. Deval Patrick is shedding light on the shake-up that occurred in the management of the state’s sex offender registry board.
Gov. Deval Patrick, who has declared opioid abuse a public health emergency, said Friday that the grant will help improve the state’s Prescription Drug Monitoring Program, which tracks the prescribing and dispensing of certain scheduled prescriptions drugs by Massachusetts pharmacies.