Mass. Can't Take Down Its Only Confederate MonumentState leaders are trying to determine what should be done with Massachusetts’ only Confederate monument.
Jane, Bill Richard Dedicate Martin's Park In Groundbreaking CeremonyThe Martin family said the park would be an inclusive playground for children to be creative and play.
Body Found In Merrimack River After Jet Ski Crash; Man Charged With OUISearch crews found a body late Monday morning believed to be that of a 16-year-old girl who went missing after a jet ski collision on the Merrimack River.
'Dukes Of Hazzard' Star Regrets Arrest, Aims For SobrietyTom Wopat expressed "his deepest regrets to friends, family, and his many loyal fans" for the "unfortunate events" but denied any wrongdoing.
Lawyer Says Man Who Brought Loaded Gun To Logan Made A 'Mistake'Police arrested a man at Logan Airport Wednesday morning after a loaded gun was found in his carry-on luggage.
Mother, Daughter Of ICE-Detained MIT Janitor Ask Gov. Baker For HelpDozens of supporters rallied outside the State House Thursday to call for the release of MIT janitor Francisco Rodriguez.
Police: 6-Year-Old Manchester Boy May Have OverdosedManchester Police were called to an apartment on Conant Street around 6 a.m. Tuesday and found the little boy unresponsive.
Chicago Bears Receiver Testifies In Aaron Hernandez Double Murder TrialChicago Bears wide receiver Deonte Thompson was on the stand, and was questioned about a party he invited Hernandez to in Florida--which took place around the time Hernandez's ex-best friend claims Hernandez shot him.
Testy Verbal Sparring Continues In Aaron Hernandez Double Murder TrialFor the second day in a row, the defense attorney in the Aaron Hernandez double murder trial sparred with the prosecution's star witness, a former friend of the ex-NFL star, during cross examination.
Throngs Of Customers Line Up For Opening Day At Sullivan's On Castle IslandThe combination of a record-setting February day and Massachusetts school vacation week led to massive crowds of hungry customers on opening day at Sullivan’s on Castle Island.
Tewksbury Resident Wants Native American Logos Banned At Public SchoolsA Tewksbury resident wants state lawmakers to ban the use of Native American symbols and logos at public schools.
Revere Police Detective Charged With Child AbuseAuthorities say Detective Marcos Garcia, 32 of Saugus, confessed to hitting his girlfriend's 5-year-old son with a belt six times after the boy refused to eat dinner Thursday night.