Supporters held signs that said “Merry Christmas” on Route 139 in Marshfield in response to recent decisions in town surrounding the use of the word Christmas.
RD’s Deli and Market had its license to sell tickets suspended after the owner allegedly told a mentally disabled customer their $10,000 ticket was only worth $1,000.
Jason Arias allegedly had guns and $58,000 cash inside his home, where police said he was selling drugs from.
An electronic sign in Sandwich tells speeding drivers that Santa is watching.
Several people were arrested for assisting David Ward, who escaped from a Manchester, NH, halfway house.
Christmas is now less than a week away and the people of Marshfield seem to be very riled up about the holiday.
New England will have a big stake in expanded travel to Cuba in the next few years.
Staples Inc. says nearly 1.2 million customer payment cards may have been exposed during a security breach earlier this year.
A judge ordered the release of a Dracut teacher Friday after he was arrested for returning to the high school where he was banned.
Dan Andelman of the Phantom Gourmet visited some local restaurants that offer more than just good food.
Check out scenes from Saturday night’s Faneuil Hall Tree Lighting Spectacular.
Tom Menino, the longest serving mayor in Boston history, is laid to rest.
Police are asking the public to help track down several students involved in riots near the Keene State University campus that coincided with the city’s annual Pumpkin Festival.
Photos from the Bostonian Society of artifacts inside the 1901 Boston time capsule.
Artist Nathan Sawaya unveiled his new exhibit “The Art Of The Brick” at Faneuil Hall Marketplace in Boston on October 9.
An EF0 tornado left a trail of damage in Worcester August 31.