Aaron Hernandez pleaded not guilty Wednesday to two murder charges for allegedly ambushing and gunning down two men in 2012 after one accidentally bumped him and spilled his drink at a nightclub.
Dozens of taxis filled the streets in front of Uber’s Boston headquarters on Thursday as part of a protest.
Officials at The Home for Little Wanderers are firing back at reports by Walpole police about an alleged sexual assault on the Longview Farm Campus.
A man arrested near the Boston Marathon finish line carrying a rice cooker in a backpack on the anniversary of the 2013 bombings has been found competent to stand trial.
Massachusetts House Speaker Robert DeLeo and Senate President Therese Murray want the head of the Department of Children and Families to resign.
Authorities are looking into why the Worcester Eco Tarium train derailed with people onboard Friday.
A Boston police officer who died in the line of duty was laid to rest on Thursday.
The Boston Marathon bombings put members of the news media in new and unfamiliar roles last year.
Some of the survivors of last year’s Boston Marathon bombings are moving on with their lives with a new mission—to raise money for others.
Lee Anna Yanni was standing in front of Marathon Sports when one of the bombs went off at the 2013 Boston Marathon. She is running the marathon this year.