The MBTA says the closure will allow for station upgrades to make it fully accessible, safer, modern and more comfortable.
Organizers of the fast-food protests for higher wages on Tuesday shifted their sights to another issue affecting workers: practices they say amount to “wage theft.”
Former Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown has announced that he has formed an exploratory committee to enter New Hampshire’s U.S. Senate race.
A little boy battling leukemia got a huge surprise from the Tewksbury Police Department Thursday.
Nearly 200 dogs, cats, birds and reptiles are being cared for by area shelters in what the American Rescue League is calling one of the “largest hoarding situations the ARL has responded to in recent years.”
A federal judge says the government must begin paying for the legal defense of a 20-year-old man accused of lying for Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
Levine says the money was a result of more than a week’s worth of work for her girl scouts, including four booth sales held over February vacation.
Ads are going up on Boston trains and buses as part of an effort to discourage women from buying guns on behalf of men who can’t get them legally or carrying guns for their mates.
U.S. Sen. Edward Markey has unveiled a gun control bill he says will help reduce firearm violence by requiring all new guns be “personalized” so they can only be fired by their owners or other authorized users.
A bill that would outlaw the shackling of female prisoners during childbirth is making its way through the Massachusetts Statehouse.