Frog Pond Opens Winter Skating SeasonThe Boston Common Frog Pond began its winter skating season Tuesday with free admission all day for skaters.
Double Fines For Those Texting While Jaywalking, Bill ProposesUnder a bill filed on Beacon Hill this week, penalties for jaywalkers would be increased if they are caught texting while crossing the street.
Yvonne Spicer Elected Framingham's First MayorYvonne Spicer was elected as the first Mayor of the city of Framingham Tuesday.
Shalane Flanagan's High School Gym Teacher: 'She Just Seemed To Win Everything'Shalane Flanagan, who became the first American woman to win the NYC Marathon since 1977, is remembered in her hometown with great pride.
Methuen Family 'Shocked To Be Alive' After CO Poisoning From GeneratorA family of four is out of the hospital after a carbon monoxide leak at a home in Methuen.
320,000 Homes And Businesses Lose Power In Massachusetts After StormThe outages peaked at around 320,000, the most since Super Storm Sandy knocked out electricity to 380,000 in 2012.
Something In The Air In Ayer: Odor From Tofu Factory Impacting NeighborhoodNeighbors say it smells like rotten eggs, or bad dairy--but the company is working with the town of Ayer and DEP to find a solution.
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.
Everett Cop Shoots Man Who 'Wanted To Kill A Police Officer,' DA SaysThe man who was shot said "he wanted to kill a police officer," according to investigators.
MIT Scientist Among 3 Nobel Prize Winners For Detection Of Gravitational WavesRainer Weiss, an 85-year-old emeritus professor at MIT, had been working on detecting gravitational waves for 40 years before the find in September 2015.
Ed Davis: Vegas Attack Is Law Enforcement's 'Worst Fear Realized'WBZ-TV security analyst and former Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis said an attack like the one that unfolded at a music festival on the Las Vegas Strip Sunday night was a scenario that law enforcement have been fearing for some time.
Las Vegas Shooting: Andover Native Says Venue's Design Made Escape DifficultAn Andover native who works across the street from the site of the Las Vegas shooting attack said the concert venue's limited entry and exit points may have made it difficult for people to escape the gunfire.