Lowell School District Mourns 'Vibrant' Student Killed In Pit Bull AttackLowell Public Schools released a statement Monday mourning the loss of one of their "vibrant" students who was killed in a pit bull attack over the weekend.
Boston's Amazon HQ Bid Centered On Suffolk DownsSuffolk Downs is the main focus of Boston's bid to host the new Amazon headquarters, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh told WBZ-TV Thursday.
Victim's Family Denies Cyberbullying Led To Shooting Of 12-Year-Old BoyA 13-year-old boy from Taunton is accused of shooting a 12-year-old boy in the arm on Monday.
Classes Delayed At Methuen School After ThreatA private Catholic stepping up security and delayed its opening Thursday morning after threatening writings were found on the walls.
Sweet Tomatoes Driver To Make Plea Decision On Oct. 27The man facing charges in a deadly crash into a Newton pizza restaurant will decide later this month if he wants to plead guilty or go to trial.
Beverly-Based FEMA Team Returns From Puerto RicoIt's been a busy month for Massachusetts Urban Search and Rescue Task Force 1, but the 27-member team is now back home.
Husband Charged In Lynn Teacher's Murder Held Without BailProsecutors released gruesome details in court Wednesday about the murder of a young mother and beloved Lynn teacher.
Mayor Walsh Faces Councilor Tito Jackson In November RunoffVoters went to the polls Tuesday to narrow down mayoral races in Boston, Framingham and Lawrence.
Death Of Lynn Teacher Ruled A HomicideThe death of a 30-year-old woman in Revere has been ruled a homicide.
Coast Guard Confirms Body Found Is Missing KayakerA body found Wednesday morning has been identified as a kayaker that went missing one day earlier, the Coast Guard said.
BC Students Injured In Marseille Acid Attack Call For Prayers For AttackerTwo of the Boston College students injured in an acid attack in France this weekend are calling for prayers for their accused attacker, a French woman alleged to be mentally ill, on social media.
Students Head Back To School In BostonThousands of students at Boston Public Schools headed back to classes Thursday, and Mayor Marty Walsh and Superintendent Tommy Chang made the rounds to welcome them.