Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker is proposing major changes to Boston’s public transit system after pounding snowstorms this winter slowed the nation’s oldest subway system to a crawl, frustrating hundreds of thousands of riders.
Police in West Bridgewater showed this week that they’re serious about cracking down on distracted driving.
The jury in the trial of Aaron Hernandez found the former New England Patriots tight end guilty of first-degree murder Wednesday in the 2013 killing of Odin Lloyd.
A Norwell man is facing charges in connection with a car explosion that occurred Saturday in Quincy.
Newton firefighters are battling a three-alarm house fire Monday morning.
Angelo West was killed by Boston police on March 27 after he allegedly shot Boston Police Officer John Moynihan in the face at point blank range.
A panel created by Gov. Charlie Baker to examine the MBTA ripped the transit agency, saying it’s in severe financial distress, has ineffective management and no viable repair plan.
Transit police are asking the public for help to find someone who stole from a person using a wheelchair.
An emergency measure that made some narrow streets in South Boston one way when they became choked with snow during the winter may become permanent.
President Obama said he hoped the institute could help restore confidence in government at a time of great cynicism.