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Mass. prosecutors may hold another trial for a man whose murder conviction was overturned after he spent 32-years in prison.
Alzheimer's advocates in Massachusetts are hailing a new law that aims to raise awareness about the disease while also increasing efforts to train caregivers about recognizing and treating dementia more...
The Red Sox have won five in a row, and continue to roll through the regular season at a historic pace.
The report identified 300 priests who sexually abused their victims over the course of 70 years.
There are conflicting views about how to refashion Boston's Northern Avenue bridge for optimal use.
At very large U.S. corporations, at least 40 percent of their individual board of directors would have to be selected by the company's employees, under the measure.
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh will visit Iowa to stump for Democratic candidates this week; he'll also make a stop at the Iowa State Fair.
Plus, Fisherman’s Feast, 108-year-old North End tradition, and a film series at the MFA featuring only strong female leads.
It's still humid, but the risk of showers is small to none today.
Boston City Councilor Ayanna Pressley will need to turn out new voters if she hopes to overcome incumbent Michael Capuano's advantages in the Massachusetts Democratic primary for the 7th District....
The model lets people step right in, sit on its sleek red benches, and even check out the conductor’s compartment.
The shooting occurred just before 10 a.m. on Deering Road.
Prosecutors have reduced charges against a woman who allegedly threatened a Walpole Times reporter.
New England governors and premiers from eastern Canadian provinces plan to stress cross-border cooperation, not confrontation when they gather this week in Stowe.
A trio of state lawmakers on Monday pressed transit officials over the condition of the parking garage at the MBTA's Alewife Station, which reopened in the morning after deteriorating concrete...
The identities of those who cooperated with a state Senate investigation into assault allegations against Bryon Hefner, husband of former Senate President Stan Rosenberg, will remain anonymous.
The ACLU of Massachusetts says two immigration agencies coordinated to arrest immigrants married to U.S. citizens when those immigrants show up for interviews to seek legal residency.
Most of Tuesday is dry, but there still can be some showers.