A Charlestown elementary student’s art poster referencing the protests in Ferguson, Mo., has been removed from display after some expressed that it sends the wrong message.
It’s the perfect recipe: Start with Thanksgiving and throw in a winter storm.
There is mixed reaction in the Boston area to the President’s executive order on immigration, some feeling relief from deportation and other undocumented citizens saying they were left out.
Gillian Reny nearly lost her leg in the Boston Marathon bombing. Her mission now is to help doctors find new and even better ways to help others recover from similar devastating injuries.
The teen driver involved in a Sept. 2013 crash in Jamaica Plain that injured three passengers and the driver of the other car paralyzed pleaded guilty Friday despite saying he did not remember the crash.
For the 300,000 tons of salt the state budgets for, it’s facing a 36 percent increase in cost this winter.
A drunk truck driver left a “path of destruction” on a street in Lynn overnight, police said.
Massachusetts Governor-elect Charlie Baker said his first goal now that the election is over is “hiring a great team.”
Much like Tom Menino himself, it’s all about the details inside Most Precious Blood church in Hyde Park where funeral services will be held on Monday at noon.
Neighbors and local business owners say Tom Menino made sure they had a voice at city hall.