The driver of the MBTA bus that crashed into the guardrail over the Massachusetts Turnpike on Sunday morning, told investigators she sneezed and lost control of the bus at the time of the crash.
The Catholic Action League is protesting Secretary of State John Kerry as the school’s commencement speaker.
Three children were struck by a hit and run driver in Brockton Thursday morning, according to the fire department.
A family grave site is a personal piece of ground and in Yarmouth, some people are outraged over what the town has done to their family plots.
Lt. Col. James Goodson, one of the most decorated fighter pilots in World War II, was laid to rest Friday at Bourne National Cemetery.
Five people were rushed to the hospital Thursday morning after a carbon monoxide emergency at a home in Kingston.
The medical professionals treating the acrobats who fell during a circus performance in Rhode Island say time will tell whether three of the women will walk again.
State and local officials have created a brochure to warn tourists about sharks off Cape Cod but some are saying the brochures go too far.
Police now believe the pipe bomb found Sunday, may have fallen off a moving vehicle before being discovered on Ocean Street.
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where Sean Collier worked and died, held a remembrance ceremony Friday and unveiled plans for a permanent memorial.