Horse Shot With Arrow At Amesbury FarmA farmer is demanding answers after someone shot one of her horses with an arrow.
Man Killed After Train Hits Pickup Truck In AbingtonA man was killed when a commuter rail train struck a pickup truck in Abington Tuesday night.
Paul Shanley, Convicted Pedophile Priest, To Be Released From Prison FridayConvicted pedophile priest Paul Shanley, one of the most notorious figures in the Boston Archdiocese sex abuse scandal, will be released from prison later this week.
'Dream Day' Camp A Home Run For Kids Battling Serious IllnessesThe “Dream Day” camp is designed for children dealing with serious and even life-threatening illnesses.
Bomb Squad Responds To Search Car At Bunker Hill Community CollegeThe Massachusetts State Police bomb squad responded to Bunker Hill Community College in Charlestown to search a car following an unknown incident.
Sudbury Homeowners Fight Eversource Power Line PlanFamilies are being told their homes are unsellable because of an Eversource plan to put power lines right behind their property.
Man Accused Of Punching Woman 39 Times Released On Personal RecognizanceJordan Lamonde, 22, of Portsmouth, charged in the brutal beating of a woman outside a New Hampshire gym, waived his right to appear in court Tuesday.
Discount Airline Will Offer Flights From Boston To London & Paris Starting At $99A new airline is coming to Logan Airport with the promise of flights to Europe at an eye-popping discount.
2 Arrested, BPD Officer Hurt After Traffic Stop Leads To Gun StruggleBoston Police said one of their officers was hurt while struggling to wrestle a gun from a man during a traffic stop Monday.
Manchester Police Help Lay WWII Veteran To RestManchester Police Officers organized an escort and the Manchester Police Honor Guard to be present at Charles Pelchat's funeral, as well as helping as a pall bearer when there were not enough.
MassDOT: 'Hellish Three Weeks' Of Comm Ave Bridge Replacement Starting FridayWith the Commonwealth Avenue Bridge replacement project starting Friday, MassDOT is warning residents and commuters about the transportation disruptions that will hit the city for the next three weeks.
President Trump's Approval Rating In Massachusetts Is Second-Lowest In CountryThe only state where Trump does worse is in Vermont.