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Additionally, a new website aims to help residents figure out what items they can and cannot recycle.
A jury has acquitted two men who had been charged with setting a fire at abandoned Boston home that killed a homeless woman.
State police are investigating a shooting in a state park in a western Massachusetts that left one young man with life-threatening injuries.
Cardinal Sean O'Malley issued a statement Monday apologizing for how his office handled a letter that raised concerns about a disgraced former archbishop in Washington, D.C.
Tuesday stays cool, but Wednesday turns warmer and more humid.
There are likely many interconnected reasons for declining birth rates. But two key factors are nutrition and stress.
The race pits two Democrats from different eras, and with very different campaign styles, against each other.
There were signs on Seabrook Beach warning swimmers that no lifeguards were on duty, but not about the potential for a rip current.
The estranged husband of Stan Rosenberg has pleaded guilty to placing harassing phone calls to the treatment facility where he was a patient.
Monday morning, Pope Francis has issued a letter to Catholics worldwide, condemning clergy sex abuse and the cover-up. He's also demanding accountability.
Sunshine breaks through the clouds today with cool readings. There will be another blast of humidity on Wednesday.
Earlier this year, China decided to stop buying recycled materials from the U.S., forcing municipalities in Massachusetts and elsewhere to get creative about proper recycling.
Five Democrats and an independent are running to be the next Suffolk County district attorney.
The Suffolk district attorney seat is open for the first time in almost 100 years, and there’s extra emphasis on the power DAs have -- and the relative lack of...
Warren demanded answers from the U.S. government for selling Saudi Arabia a bomb used in a strike in Yemen earlier this month that killed 40 children.
The event, titled "The Salute to the Heroes of ICE and CBP," will host Hodgson, as well as a group of about seven sheriffs from across the country.
The march is scheduled to start Wednesday in Worcester and end Sunday in Springfield at the headquarters of gun manufacturer Smith & Wesson.
On the same day, a conservative rally was held in downtown Boston to protest "far-left violence," which similarly drew hundreds of counterprotesters.
Truro said Long Nook Beach will be closed until further notice. That's after 61-year-old William Lytton was hospitalized Wednesday with puncture wounds to his torso and legs.
Here's a look at races to watch.