Las Vegas casino operator Steve Wynn has unveiled an artist’s rendering of a $1.2 billion proposed resort casino in Everett.
Hundreds of people were there with one message to the U.S. Supreme Court: dump the Defense of Marriage Act.
Babson College has announced that former Massachusetts Lt. Gov. Kerry Healey has been selected the first woman to lead the college.
A Hopkinton school has reversed the suspension of 5-year-old boy who brought a toy gun to class earlier this week.
The City Of Boston is trying out some new materials to fill potholes this year with hopes that they will save city time and eventually money.
Immigrant advocates are pressing lawmakers to back legislation they say will help reduce the level of deportations in Massachusetts.
The Boston Phoenix, one of the New England’s oldest alternative news and arts weekly newspaper, has ceased print publication after 47 years and is cutting 40 jobs immediately because of long-term decline in advertising revenues.
An Epping, New Hampshire man is accused of murdering the mother of his child, and leaving her in a burning building.
In spite of Friday’s snow storm, Boston Public Schools chose to remain open without any official delay.
Jurors found a 20-year-old Wayland man guilty of murder Thursday in the brutal death of his ex-girlfriend.