A teacher who had been previously terminated was arrested after attempting to enter Dracut High School despite a restraining order against him.
Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus have contested a citation after a May accident that severely injured multiple performers.
In the latest job statistics, Massachusetts gained an estimated 13,500 jobs while the unemployment rate dropped to 5.8 percent.
Bostonians have seen their pockets picked by big public-works projects with vague price tags before.
Six months ago, WBZ NewsRadio 1030’s Mary Blake examined the state’s heroin epidemic in a 15 part series entitled “Heroin, from Prescription to Addiction.” Now she checks back to see what, if any progress has been made.
Sony Pictures Entertainment announced Wednesday it is canceling the Christmas Day opening of the movie “The Interview”, a comedy about the assassination of North Korea leader Kim Jong Un. What do you think of the decision?
A Braintree family has filed a lawsuit in the death of their 8-year old son who died from E. Coli.
A study seems to support an actual biological connection between humans and their dogs.
The family of a woman critically injured in an elevator accident at Fenway Park is now suing.
An independent analysis pegs the state budget deficit at $1 billion in the current fiscal year — more than three times the previous estimate of state officials.
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.