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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 firery wrong-way car crash on Interstate 495 in Middleborough.
Union members are set to vote on the tentative deal on Wednesday.
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.
Many addicts are appealing directly to a judge, willing to give up their civil rights in exchange for some help. Some worry that could create problems for families who really need a judge to force their loved one into treatment.
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.
Lifelong Cubs fan Cloe Axelson explains why the Fenway faithful should root for Chicago.
Company One presents a triumphantly audacious take on Alice Birch's incendiary "Revolt. She said. Revolt again," says Carolyn Clay.
Transportation and facilities changes top the list -- but it could all change, depending on the outcome of Question 2.
The Boston Fire Department says the trench did not have a so-called "trench box" to brace against collapse -- which is required by federal safety regulators for all trenches deeper than 5 feet.
The driver and lone occupant of the wrong-way vehicle died, as did four people in the other vehicle. The crash occurred at 12:11 a.m.
The coldest air of the season is in play for most of this week.
Massachusetts has now become the latest state in the country to offer in-person, early voting. It begins Monday.
ESPNBoston.com reporter Mike Reiss explains that the Patriots had to overcome a number of miscues in Sunday's game.
The number of Syrian refugees, in particular, has more than doubled here over the last year, despite heated national rhetoric around immigration.
With fewer polls this election season and a tendency for voters to tune into ballot questions late, Question 4 may not be sure to pass, pollster Steve Koczela writes.