While volunteers and players were away, vandals broke into the batting cage the league worked hard to build.
Hundreds attended a vigil for Colleen Ritzer, a 24-year-old math teacher who was allegedly killed by a student.
Boston officials are asking people to take public transportation to World Series games between the Red Sox and the St. Louis Cardinals.
Dozens of supporters of a Nashua, New Hampshire store clerk who was fired after pulling a gun on an armed robber showed up to protest on Saturday outside of the gas station where he had worked.
A corrections officer at Devens Medical Center continued doing his duty and wants lawmakers to know who they’re impacting when they don’t do theirs.
The clerk wasn’t hurt, and even though he has a New Hampshire permit to carry his gun, he was fired for violating company policy against it.
It’s not often that close to 1,000 people – mostly adults – hang on every single word a teenager has to say.
One victim tells police that she woke up screaming and then a man crawled out from under her blankets.
An urn containing ashes got lost in the mail, and now a widow has finally learned where they are.
A Clinton Street woman awoke early Saturday morning and found an unexpected house guest sleeping on her living room couch, police said.