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The Supreme Judicial Court ruled Monday that the initiative petition seeking to impose limits on the number of patients a nurse can be assigned to care for at a time...
The state-of-the-art facility will enable museum staff to house, preserve and study its collection in a single location under top-notch conditions.
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.
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There are an estimated 300 families still living in hotels in Massachusetts with FEMA and the state footing the bill, but that assistance expires on June 30. Many of these...
By the end of the century, a new study finds that sea level rise could cause half the homes in Hull to face flooding every other week. That goes for...
Massachusetts public schools are considered the best in the nation, but that distinction obscures some significant test-score gaps.
Massachusetts began a sweeping overhaul of public education 25 years ago, changing the way schools were funded -- and ushering in a new era of accountability.
Moulton said he and his wife Liz Boardman are expecting their first child -- a girl -- in the fall.
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An independent review found Cullen likely fabricated anecdotes he shared in interviews after the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings.
John Carroll joined WBUR to discuss the findings of the Globe's investigation into Cullen.