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Wynn fought hard to retain the lone Greater Boston casino license. Now, it's considering a sale of the Everett casino, five weeks before the venue's scheduled opening.
Three separate fires at two Chabad houses in Needham and Arlington over the last week appear to be intentionally set, authorities say.
Businesses, sports leagues and even the state lottery see an opportunity.
Rep. Richard Neal defended his campaign fundraising and spending and dismissed criticisms as coming from a potential "would-be candidate" against him.
Dr. Pallavi Macharla, 45, was babysitting at her Burlington home on March, 27, 2014, when infant Ridhima Dhekane stopped breathing.
Aaron Leibowitz weighs in on the significance of the verdicts in the Insys trial.
The Louis D. Brown Peace Institute's 25-year anniversary came the day after a shooting in Dorchester Wednesday that resulted in one death and three wounded.
Some cities have redesigned buses in an effort to get more cars off the road.
Dr. Sandro Galea explores in his new book how he thinks we need to change the way we talk about, and thereby improve, the nation's health.
The donation from financier Bob Broderick will help fill what's widely seen as an urgent need for solid research on how cannabis affects the brain.
Local DAs Rachael Rollins and Marian Ryan want to stop immigration agents from making arrests at courthouses in the state.
Being a Super Bowl champ wasn't enough for Martellus Bennett. Now he's doing what really means something to him: creating children's books.
A Middlesex County judge and a retired court officer are facing federal charges for allegedly helping a defendant in a Newton courtroom avoid arrest by an immigration officer last year....
The proposal moves some ride-hailing drop-offs and all pickups to a centralized garage location. There's also a new $3.25 drop-off fee.
The challenge facing the Massachusetts politician: How does a two-term congressman with a thin legislative record stand out in a huge Democratic field?
State Auditor Bump speaks about the findings in her new report on problems children in Massachusetts' foster care face in school systems.
The store is actually on back order since it began printing paperback versions of the 448-page report.
A week-long program during school vacation week is teaching young people of color about the history of hip-hop and how it's shaped and influenced culture.
Members of Massachusetts all-Democratic Congressional delegation are reacting to Thursday's release of a redacted version of the long-awaited report by special counsel Robert Mueller.