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MBTA police say the man, believed to be in his early 20s, was struck in Belmont at about 6:20 a.m. Monday by an inbound Fitchburg Line train.
James Pindell, political reporter from The Boston Globe, joined WBUR's Morning Edition host Bob Oakes to discuss.
Very humid weather continues today and will carry into the next few days.
The two groups chanted opposing slogans at each other, and at least one fight was broken up by police.
The bedroom pop act has attracted tens of thousands of streams on Spotify with her odd, yet accessible, songs.
The exhibit of about 40 odd pieces traces the evolution of Graham’s aesthetic vision from the mid-1970’s, when she created richly textured paintings in muted tones, right up until her...
The victim was rushed to a local hospital and was listed in critical condition on Saturday, Boston police say.
Officials say the captain of the MBTA's MV Lightning was forced to take evasive action Friday morning to avoid a collision after being cut off by a sport fishing boat...
Another person has contracted the EEE virus in Massachusetts, the Department of Public Health confirmed on Friday. This comes less than one week from the state's first case since 2013....
Despite the push for Rep. Joe Kennedy to run for the Senate seat, a spokeswoman the congressman said he appreciated the effort but isn't interested.
Julie Tejeda, 31, faces several charges, including assault with intent to murder, in connection to the July 10 incident.
The Registry of Motor Vehicles missed multiple out-of-state violation notices, including five boxes that contain warnings related to alcohol offenses, as it worked in recent weeks to clear a backlog...
An MBTA ferry ran aground Friday morning to avoid hitting a fishing boat.
More humidity is on the way this weekend and it will be oppressive.
A report released Thursday says over 800 more drivers have had their licenses suspended.
Maura Healey is among 13 attorneys general in the suit, which names the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
Comfortable temperatures and humidity levels both move higher this weekend.
The six-car train is the first in the fleet to go into service. Officials say the Orange Line's 120 aging cars will be replaced by 152 news ones by 2021.