According to a “Bias-Free Language Guide” that’s now been removed from the UNH website, there are limits to what you should appropriately say.
The special agent in charge of the Boston division of the FBI is retiring after two years in the job.
A private equity executive from Wenham and his daughter were killed in a small plane crash in Wisconsin, his company confirmed Thursday.
Two Boston-based start-ups are using technology to try to make a difference.
Gov. Charlie Baker wants it to be easier to access public records in Massachusetts.
Paul and Kellie Goodrow are waiting until Tom Brady is allowed back in game action to go on their honeymoon.
State health officials have raised the West Nile virus risk level from “low” to “moderate” for Boston and 11 surrounding towns after multiple mosquitoes trapped in the area tested positive for the disease.
President Obama has nominated Beverly Scott, the controversial former head of the MBTA to a key administrative position.
State police are asking for the public’s help as they continue to search for a man who they say fired a shot in the direction of a trooper at the Mansfield-Foxboro town line.
Actor Jake Gyllenhaal is likely to play Jeff Bauman in Lionsgate’s “Stronger” about the Boston Marathon bombing survivor who lost both of his legs in the explosions, according to Variety.
The 2015 International Sand Sculpting Festival at Revere Beach kicks off on Friday.
Check out weather-related photos from around New England.
Hundreds of thousands of people are celebrating the 4th of July throughout the city.
Residents in New England got a show when the Northern Lights were visible in portions of the region.
Here’s a look at the new Patriots Super Bowl rings, the fourth in franchise history.
Photos, video and other evidence has been presented to the jury in the capital murder trial of admitted Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
A total of 34 elite runners took on the Boston Marathon course during a rainy 119th running of the race.