Authorities say Abigail Hernandez, who went missing last October, has been reunited with her family.
An estimated 1,000 people have shown up at Market Basket supermarket chain headquarters in a show of support for the company’s former chief executive.
A young man and two teenagers have been charged with setting a fire that destroyed two homes and damaged eight others in Beverly late Sunday night.
A proposal to increase the residency requirement for Boston’s public safety employees is headed to the City Council for a vote, and it appears likely to pass.
Twins born 24 days apart headed home on Friday.
Eleven medical marijuana dispensaries have been cleared to move forward in Massachusetts while several others that had received initial clearance were rejected after a further review, state public health officials announced Friday.
A compromise has been forged in Danvers where veterans are upset that a POW/MIA flag outside Town Hall was replaced with a gay pride flag for the month of June.
Two children were rushed to a Boston hospital Wednesday morning with serious burns, police said.
Fisher College is providing students and staff with a smartphone app they can use to call for help.
A family of five from Vermont are all facing charges after an altercation at Canobie Lake Park in Salem, New Hampshire.