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For two self-described “transit nerds”, traveling through every subway and streetcar stop for nearly eight hours has brought them a unique honor.
Massachusetts' unemployment rate dropped one-tenth of a percentage point from January to 3 percent. The national rate last month was 3.8 percent.
While lawmakers weigh whether to further expand gaming to allow sports betting and to authorize gambling to legally spread online, the head of the Massachusetts Lottery this week proposed that...
State officials and legislative leaders say an overhaul of education spending to help Massachusetts' neediest children is long overdue.
Korey Nolan spent the better part of a year collecting used Dunkin' Donuts cups to make a fully-functional surfboard. He earned second place in an upcycle contest.
A new book explores why the image of 7-year-old Mary Mildred Williams, who was born into slavery, caused such a response among white Abolitionists.
A Boston police detective is the subject of an internal investigation over his role in the 2017 immigration arrest of an undocumented construction worker.
Beth Healy of the Boston Globe Spotlight team talked to Bob Oakes on Morning Edition about the team's latest investigation: You can’t own more than three pot shops, but these...
Bob Oakes spoke with Frank White on Morning Edition about his book "The Cosma Hypothesis."
After rain showers today a period of snow showers is likely overnight. Sunday looks to be seasonably warm and sunny.
New England Treatment Access will be the 13th cannabis shop to open to all adults in Massachusetts.
The ad states: "When you're downtown, but your debit card's somewhere in Dorchester."
Robert Sundberg was found guilty Wednesday of multiple charges, including rape, strangulation, assault and stalking.
Police now say 59 gravestones at a Jewish cemetery in Massachusetts were defaced with anti-Semitic graffiti, about twice as many as initially thought.
The onetime secretary of state candidate said his third term will be his last on the council.
Rain overspreads the region tonight after a typical March day.
The U.S. attorney for Massachusetts on Wednesday said 19-year-old Waad Alzerei is charged with visa fraud and making materially false statements.
The man charged with kidnapping a woman outside a Boston bar was held without bail at his arraignment Wednesday.
A Connecticut woman says Harvard University has "shamelessly" turned a profit from photos of two 19th century slaves she says are her ancestors.