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Police say a woman in Bridgewater fought off a man who sexually assaulted her and tried to drag her into his car while she was out for a morning jog.
Drivers who park and ride from MBTA facilities during the workweek will pay steeper prices at the more popular garages but could receive discounts at underused lots, under a new...
The city has retained a law firm to sue pharmaceutical companies for damages from the deadly opioid epidemic.
After Monday's heat and humidity, Tuesday's weather takes a turn for the comfortable.
Even if Amazon goes elsewhere, redevelopment of the historic racetrack will transform the region far into the future.
Massachusetts schools are heralded as the "best in the nation," but tests also show wide achievement gaps between white students and low-income and minority students.
Prosecutors say Francis "Cadillac Frank" Salemme had Steven DiSarro murdered to keep him from cooperating with the federal government against the mob.
Last month, writer Zinzi Clemmons accused the acclaimed author of sexual misconduct, and other writers accused him of verbal abuse.
The proposed ballot measure would have raised taxes on the state's highest earners to pay for education and transportation initiatives.
Judge Tim Bibaud discusses his daughter's high-profile arrest, her recovery and his perspective as a drug court judge in Dudley.
The T's analysis dwarfs the figures in a study publicized last summer by Harvard students.
The office of Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey says it is awarding nearly $327,000 to 90 organizations across the state to fund temporary jobs for teens from July 9 to...
The federal government's practice of separating undocumented children from their parents when detained at the border has drawn bipartisan scorn
Voters will not have an opportunity to impose an income surtax on the state’s wealthiest earners this November.
A new report from the Union of Concerned Scientists says increased flooding due to rising sea levels may have a significant effect on coastal Massachusetts homes within the next 30...
Councilors will discuss the number of trees in Boston, how they're managed, and plans for planting more.
New England fishermen could be caught in the middle of the escalating trade dispute between the US and China.
Closing arguments and the beginning of jury deliberations are expected in the trial of former New England crime boss Francis "Cadillac Frank" Salemme.
MIT engineers are using 3D printing and magnets to revolutionize how medical procedures are performed.
The record for today is 94, which was set back in 1929.