A botanical mix-up resulted in sunflowers being planted at seven locations along New Hampshire highways.
A homeless Boston man who turned in a backpack containing tens of thousands of dollars in cash and traveler’s checks says even if he were desperate he wouldn’t have kept “even a penny.”
When Gordon College agreed to book an acoustic act to play at the school-managed Old Town Hall historical building in Salem, officials at the small Christian college admit they didn’t know what they were getting into.
An MIT student survived a four-story fall through a fraternity house late Wednesday night.
A proposal on Beacon Hill would eliminate controversial letters that inform parents of their child’s Body Mass Index.
Republican lawmakers and business groups are ramping up pressure on the Legislature to repeal a new sales tax on computer and software services.
Lynn police shot and killed a man who grabbed a gun from an officer late Thursday morning.
A community meeting is scheduled after a string of robberies in Manchester, NH.
How are State Police using social media to connect with the public?
Attorney General Martha Coakley has given a constitutional OK to the majority of proposed ballot questions activists are hoping to put before voters next year, including a minimum wage hike and cut in the state sales tax.