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A multidisciplinary art show featuring paintings, drawings, photographs, poetry and music honor the 50th anniversary of Inquilinos Boricuas en Acción (IBA) at Villa Victoria.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, which owns and maintains the Bourne and Sagamore bridges, is studying whether to conduct major overhauls of both bridges by 2025.
State officials say teen vaping is "an epidemic" that requires more adult attention and action.
French drug maker Sanofi will occupy roughly one-fifth of Cambridge Crossing and almost half of the space devoted to science and technology in the mixed-use project.
Prosecutors withdrew murder charges against Sean Ellis, saying evidence in the case would make it "very unlikely" the government would win a new conviction. Ellis has been out on bail...
Congressman Moulton gives us his thoughts on the impending government shutdown over immigration reform and the future of the Democratic Party.
"This agenda is now about to become real. It's about to become alive," U.S. Sen. Ed Markey said.
Rafael Campo has two callings in life: medicine and poetry, and perhaps unsurprisingly, Campo finds himself drawn to the write about illness.
By the end of the week, there could be five retail marijuana stores open in Massachusetts.
The report was commissioned to find the causes of hundreds of ferry cancellations that plagued the Steamship Authority in the spring.
ESPN's Mike Reiss discusses the Patriots' loss to the Steelers Sunday.
Thousands of migrants, many of them from Central America, are waiting in Tijuana, Mexico, for a chance to apply for asylum in the United States.
Rep. Niki Tsongas reflects on her five terms of representing Massachusetts in the U.S. House as she gets ready to retire from Congress in January.
The former Massachusetts House speaker says his time in prison battling cancer has turned him into an advocate for those behind bars -- especially those who are sick.
The Patriots are having trouble winning on the road, a serious issue for them as they prepare for playoffs.
Precipitation ends this morning, and clearing arrives late tonight.
A Framingham home that stands where a woman accused of witchcraft during the 1692 Salem witch trials settled is on the market after an extensive renovation project.
The state has ordered that medical marijuana dispensaries in Mashpee and Plymouth close due to concerns about pesticides.
Christopher Roy, of the Worcester Fire Department, died last Sunday after being badly injured in the line of duty. He was 36.
The city of Worcester and firefighters from across the state are paying their final respects to a Worcester firefighter who died battling a house fire last weekend.