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The Islamic Society of Greater Worcester has been trying to buy a plot of farmland in the central Massachusetts town of Dudley, with plans to convert the land into a cemetery, all year.
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"Most families would not allow their children to remain at the dinner table if they behaved as Mr. Trump does," Weld said.
The rare New England cottontail rabbit and other shrub-land animals are getting some new help from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
Our political analysts discusses the candidates' odds with just two weeks to Election Day.
Larry was diagnosed with insulin dependent diabetes when he was 8 and went blind in his 20s, but he met his illness with ingenuity to maintain his independence.
The Celtics finished last year with a playoff appearance for the second year in a row.
The toll booths are coming down and drivers will pay tolls either through an E-Z Pass transponder, or by getting a bill mailed to them, based off their license plates.
The union has been asking for their health care cost to remain the same and an annual wage of at least $35,000 a year.
Under the agreement reached with Harvard, the union says there will be no change to the health care plan for the first two years of the five-year deal.
Some areas might see their first snowflakes of the season on Thursday.
“Nosferatu” with live score, covers of Tom Waits' “Rain Dogs," Halloween Queer Dance Party and other delights.
"Warrior Class" tackles politics and character in its current run at Lyric Stage Company.
We lighten the mood with William Novak -- famed ghostwriter and the father of B.J. Novak -- on his new book, "Die Laughing: Killer Jokes For Newly Old Folks."
Five people died early Monday morning in a fiery wrong-way car crash on 495 in Middleborough.
Union members are set to vote on the tentative deal on Wednesday.
Supporters urging a "yes" vote say legalizing will give authorities the ability to tax and regulate it and is a better way of dealing with it than leaving it underground.
The snow -- if it comes -- would mostly impact northern and western places in Massachusetts. But any snow in October reminds us of what's to come.
State police have identified the five people who died in a fiery wrong-way crash on Interstate 495.
Massachusetts U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren reprised her role as Democratic attack dog, imploring N.H. voters -- especially women -- to cast their ballots for Hillary Clinton.
We met with state Department of Transportation Director Stephen Collins at the soon-to-be torn down and paved over toll plaza in Weston.
At a hearing, Boston City Councilors Annissa Essaibi George and Tito Jackson predicted disaster if Question 2 passes.