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U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Jerome Adams said a culture shift might be needed for both police and public health officials to deal with the nation's opioid epidemic.
Here's what you need to know about the national shortage of Shingrix, the new and highly effective shingles vaccine.
Thomas Turco will take over as secretary of public safety, said Gov. Charlie Baker, replacing Dan Bennett.
The role makes Clark one of the highest-ranking members in the House of Representatives.
Sgt. 1st Class Eric Michael Emond was among three American servicemen killed Tuesday by a roadside bomb in Afghanistan.
The attorney general's conditions include limits on annual price increases for the next seven years.
Feng Zhang, a biological engineer at the Broad Institute, says he has major concerns about the gene editing technique a Chinese scientist says he used on human embryos.
We hear from Congresswoman Niki Tsongas about the next steps for Congress and the community in the Merrimack Valley.
Several McCormack Middle School students who speak English as their primary language and recently arrived in the U.S. question the closure and what it could mean for their education.
After the gas explosions in September, many residents will spend the holiday in temporary trailers or hotel rooms.
Authorities took a new look at the Britton case after receiving public records requests to release the case file. One of those requests came from Michael Widmer, who joined All...
Droves of people waited in long lines at NETA in Northampton for the first day of recreational marijuana sales in Massachusetts.
This Thanksgiving could be one of the coldest on record.
Equal parts educational and creative fun, the book offers write-ups about some of Boston's most famous buildings alongside detailed coloring pages.
Under a settlement agreement, the district will no longer suspend students in kindergarten, first and second grades. Boston schools will also block suspensions for third to fifth graders except in...
After months of waiting, the first legal sale of adult-use, or recreational, cannabis in Massachusetts is just days away.
Brookline author James Geary is out with a book on the art of wit, featuring plenty of samples and his take on what makes them work.
The civil rights group says increasingly, allegations of gang involvement are being used against Central American youth in immigration court. It wants a look inside the system used to document...
The report is the first to offer a thorough assessment of the economic damage caused by rising opioid use and deaths in the state.