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Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan says the 22-year-old woman was seated at one of Winchester Public Library's reading rooms Saturday morning when 23-year-old Jeffrey Yao stabbed her with a 10-inch...
The Boston Globe reports that the town of Brookline will pay the former officer, Estifanos Zerai-Misgun, $135,000. The rest of the money will go toward his attorney's fees.
Although the state dropped more than 21,000 drug cases because of Dookhan's misconduct, the suit claims some of those convicted based on the false evidence are now entitled to compensation...
With temporary protective status set to expire next year for Haitians and Salvadorans living in this country, some of those who want to stay in Massachusetts are asking for help...
Some in the scientific field are rallying for their fellow scientists to begin running for political office.
A woman who accused a former top Boston official of sexual harassment has withdrawn her complaint.
Saturday won't be in the 70s, but it will be mild, sunny and pleasant.
State Rep. Peter Kocot, 61, died Thursday morning. Kocot was the House chair of the Committee on Health Care Financing.
Conservationists say the two iconic New England animals show how climate change will reshape the region in the years to come.
Immigrant advocates say the president's decision to end TPS for Salvadorans and Haitians is racially motivated.
After a break in the weather, February's back with some rain, freezing rain and possible snow.
Despite the record-breaking warmth, the Frog Pond on Boston Common was still open for ice-skating.
Commuters contended with severe delays along the Red Line from early Wednesday until the middle of the evening rush-hour.
Prior to this week, there had only been two days ever recorded in which temperatures hit 70 in Boston in February.
A new study says troubled children with at-risk behavior are as likely to have access to firearms in their homes as more well-adjusted youth.
The city hiked up the meter rates on heavily-trafficked streets in the Back Bay, while using a more complex pricing model for blocks in the Seaport District.
A cold front will sweep in overnight and chill the region considerably.
Conley has been Boston's top prosecutor for 16 years.
The Massachusetts appeals court is throwing out the verdict of a man convicted in a drug case involving disgraced state chemist Annie Dookhan.
Pending a physical, slugger J.D. Martinez has agreed to a five-year, $100 million contract with the Red Sox.