One Fund Boston administrator Kenneth Feinberg says right now there is just not enough money to go around to victims of the Boston Marathon bombings.
Boston Athletic Association Executive Director Tom Grilk says everything is open for consideration for the 2014 marathon.
Jarrod Clowery of Stoneham suffered severe burn and shrapnel wounds in the bombings that killed three people and wounded more than 260 others.
Everyone hates them and now one city wants its residents to help fight potholes.
For his final budget proposal, the mayor decided to have a little bit of fun.
The game is called “Big Booting.” One student is facing charges for kicking another student in the back of the head.
Gun owners called on legislators Wednesday to simplify the state’s strict but “convoluted” gun control laws, saying they had failed to stem violence in Massachusetts.
The organizer of an event that raised more than $30,000 for children fighting cancer over the weekend is apologizing to the community.
Lowell’s City Council will vote Tuesday night on a new police patrolmen’s contract that includes a controversial plan to track officers.
Malden police along with State Police busted up a $1 million drug trafficking operation, the district attorney’s office announced on Thursday.