Market Basket’s new CEOs were advised to keep state laws about firings in mind if they let employees go.
A Sudanese woman who refused to recant her Christian faith in the face of a death sentence will make her home in Manchester, NH.
Bulger is serving life in prison after his conviction in a broad racketeering case, including 11 killings and other gangland crimes in the 1970s and 80s.
The State Department said the victim had worked as a health assistant at Harvard University the past five years.
WBZ political analyst Jon Keller found not everyone on Beacon Hill thinks as sales-tax holiday is what the state economy really needs.
Gov. Deval Patrick has sworn in Geraldine Hines as the newest member of the state’s highest court.
An innovative camp lets kids work in freedom on math and science and sparks an interest.
Marquis Smith, 23, was held without bail Thursday after being arrested Wednesday for allegedly shooting to death Daniel P. Taylor, 23, on Feb. 23.
One of the most closely watched bills would overhaul the state’s gun laws and another would make changes to the state’s domestic violence laws.
A relief fund has been created for residents and business owners affected by the tornado that hit Revere.
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.
The annual parade was held Sunday in Southie.
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