Steve MacDonald, a Boston Fire Department spokesman, told reporters Thursday “nothing has been ruled in or out” and investigators are focusing on the building’s basement and “some kind of extraordinary event” that happened there.
Two people were hurt when part of a building under construction collapsed Thursday morning on Stuart Street.
The Yawkey Way Commuter Rail Station is officially open in Fenway.
The two-lane tunnel that carries traffic from downtown to Logan Airport reopened at about 4:45 a.m. Monday, two days ahead of schedule.
Massachusetts lawmakers moved at a pace rarely seen in the legislature, acting quickly to pass through a bill criminalizing the taking of photographs up the skirts of women in public.
Boston Public Schools have returned what’s left of 40,000 condoms donated by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health to the schools’ free condoms program.
The head of a gay rights group that had their invitation to march in the South Boston St. Patrick’s Day parade revoked said she was “surprised by the abrupt and hostile tone” of the rejection.
A young mother appeared before a judge Monday, to face charges she was drunk driving with her toddler in the car when she crashed into a minivan, filled with kids.
The state’s first licensed slot parlor is eyeing next spring for a possible opening.
The state gaming commission voted 3-2 on Thursday to offer the slots parlor license, with conditions, to Penn National Gaming, which plans to operate the facility at the Plainridge harness racetrack.