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Worcester businesses hope the Red Sox's AAA affiliate would bring in new customers. But the team has broken their hearts once before.
The shooting occurred just before 10 a.m. on Deering Road.
Boston's first African-American police commissioner says he wants to step up the department's community policing.
The second-wave feminism of the '60s, '70s and '80s operated under an imaginary and hazardous concept of racial color-blindness. This exhibit is offering a corrective -- for the art canon...
Jack McDevitt discusses the results of Northeastern's study examining the Boston Police Department's year-long body camera pilot program.
The musician explores transgender dysphoria and mental health in their latest release, "Colors."
Workers, many who had worked at the plant for decades, were given little more than a week's worth of pay. No one got a severance package.
On the brink of his final day as host of NPR’s Only A Game, Bill Littlefield was asked whether any other city would have been as appropriate a home for...
The construction is slated to last two weeks.
The newest owners of the New England Confectionery Company -- better known as Necco -- abruptly shut down the candy producing plant in Revere Tuesday.
It'll cost two dollars more to rent a car in Massachusetts, starting Jan. 1.
Three Boston-based experts warn in the prestigious journal Nature that the pet genetics industry is running too wild, and they're calling for it to be reined in.
Gross will be the first black Boston police commissioner.
The top federal law enforcement official in Massachusetts spoke with WBUR about opioids and marijuana
Michael Chesna was fatally shot Sunday morning. The Army veteran leaves behind a wife and two young children.
It's the third straight year without a female finalist -- a blunt reminder that women remain underrepresented and under-recognized at the fast-growing industry's highest levels.
It's 18 days late, but there is finally a state budget compromise on Beacon Hill.
The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court ruled that a judge can require a drug user to remain drug-free as a condition of probation.
An experimental series at the Museum of Science planetarium features drag queens, starscapes and a live vocal performance to close the show.
Leo Sarkisian traveled to places few Westerners went, and recorded local music most people had never heard.