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Investigators located evidence of an accelerant in different parts of the Sheffield home, including two 20-pound propane tanks on the upper floor.
Markey called the allegations against Kraft "very alarming," and said sexual exploitation was "reprehensible" in any form.
At least 30 gravestones were tagged with swastikas and phrases including "Hitler was right."
"I think everybody ought to have to come and ask for your vote," Elizabeth Warren said during a CNN town hall broadcast Monday.
Jay Inslee joined WBUR's Morning Edition host Bob Oakes in-between campaign stops in New Hampshire.
Plenty of sunshine can be expected, along with dry conditions and temperatures at or slightly above normal.
Robert Gentile, 82, maintained he knows nothing about the still-unsolved theft of $500 million worth of art from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston in 1990.
The person's identity is currently unknown, officials said.
Half a year since the opening of the MGM casino, some mental health counselors are seeing an uptick in gambling among clients.
This year, the breakfast saw new developments, WBUR's Fred Thys reports.
Manny Oliver, the father of a 17-year-old victim of the school shooting, brought a pop-up art display to the South End.
The weather will turn to spring soon, but it will likely be a slow process.
Tens of thousands of revelers crowded the streets of Boston for the city's annual celebration.
The city violated the federal Clean Water Act by discharging pollutants onto city beaches and tidal areas from 2009 through 2018, according to a civil complaint filed by the federal...
The city of Worcester is launching a year of festivities to honor Robert Goddard, a scientist and engineer whose discoveries helped pave the way for the space age.
The Berkshire District Attorney's office says the blaze was reported early Saturday morning at Lake Onota Village in Pittsfield.
City leaders and firefighters in Worcester are thanking police Friday following the arrest of a suspect accused of setting a fire back in December that killed a Worcester firefighter.
The Boston Fire Commissioner says there are "millions and millions of dollars" in damages and that the business is a total loss.
The Union Leader, citing "sources," reported that two people were shot -- at least one of them fatally -- Friday and an 11-year-old is the person in custody following a...
Smaller protests are being held around the state, including in Barnstable, Amherst and Great Barrington.