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For the families of addicts, every story about the state's opioid crisis feels personal, writes Brenden Layte, whose father has a crack addiction.
The state's Cannabis Control Commission has not yet licensed any independent testing labs, slowing the process for adult-use marijuana businesses and frustrating advocates.
One of the teens was charged with assault and battery on a police officer — a charge complicated by the fact that the officer was not in uniform. The second...
The state Senate has unanimously passed a bill that would automatically register voters.
Occupational Safety and Health Administration are investigating an incident at the Industrial Metal Products Co. Inc that killed 1 man.
An experimental series at the Museum of Science planetarium features drag queens, starscapes and a live vocal performance to close the show.
A new targeted ad campaign is trying to garner support for continuing the Wynn casino and resort in Everett, and protecting the jobs it provides.
Wyshak talks about the tough decisions his office had to make, and how even threats against his life couldn't deter him from seeking justice.
"Efforts to restrict which federal agencies a faculty member can approach for research funding are antithetical to academic freedom," a university spokeswoman said.
Igudesman & Joo offer a zany mix of skilled classical performance, pop tunes and slapstick comedy.
A stuck passenger caused some significant delays to the Red Line on Thursday morning.
Prosecutor Fred Wyshack talks about his long career in prosecuting organized crime in the Boston area.
Boston City Councilors are weighing a proposal that would require chain businesses with at least 11 outlets to get zoning board approval before opening in the city.
Massachusetts parents will soon be warned about e-cigarettes and vape pens.
A bill to fight the opioid epidemic in Massachusetts is advancing on Beacon Hill after getting unanimous approval from House lawmakers yesterday.
Immigrant rights advocates will argue in Boston Federal Court Thursday that racism was behind the Trump administration's cancellation of temporary protected status for some immigrants of color.
In previous years, most of the startup teams vying for prize money were all-male. But not this year.