NightSide on WBZ NewsRadio 1030 host Dan Rea said Jack Williams had the ability to laugh at himself, while also providing meaningful news coverage.
Neighbor Brigade now has volunteers in 35 Massachusetts towns who team up to assist neighbors who have suffered significant life changes.
The Boston office of the National Labor Relations Board will investigate an unfair labor practice charge filed by a Market Basket employee. The employee filed the charge last week accusing the supermarket chain of threatening to fire protesting workers and having a hostile work environment.
Boston health officials are looking to get in touch with anyone who may have had contact with a rabid skunk found dead in West Roxbury.
Peter Theo Curtis was reunited with his family on Tuesday night.
A judge has granted a request by former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez to suppress evidence from two cellphones and three iPads taken from his home in a search during a 2013 murder investigation.
Worcester and Boston are ranked the most dangerous cities in the country to drive in, according to a new review.
Police in New Hampshire say a man who tried to dig around a 6,000-pound boulder in his yard became pinned under the rock and died.
An employee accuses the supermarket chain of threatening to fire protesting workers, lacking safety, and having a hostile work environment.
A priest faces charges he stole more than $230,000 from his Northborough parish to support a gambling habit.
Jack Williams is leaving full-time anchoring at WBZ-TV. Here’s a look at his career through the years.
President Obama and his family will vacation on Martha’s Vineyard in a private home.
Images from the Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular on the Esplanade July 3, 2014.
Here are the latest forecast maps on the track of Tropical Storm Arthur.
The Boston Pride Parade was held Saturday on Boylston Street. Here are some highlights.
Here are a collection of photos from the funeral of Boston Fire Lt. Ed Walsh.
Tributes are pouring in to honor two fallen Boston firefighters.