The line to make the first legal purchases of marijuana stretched around the building Wednesday but it was an Iraq War veteran from Boston who made the first buy.
It appears the employee died after being hit by a truck that was traveling in reverse near a plane.
Two young siblings from Methuen have already received the best present they could have asked for.
After fire tore through a Westford family’s home on Friday, they were left with nothing but the clothes on their backs.
A mother and daughter were injured when they fell 40 feet from a ski lift at Crotched Mountain on Wednesday.
One hundred children got a special holiday treat Saturday morning in the annual “$100 For 100″ shopping spree event.
President Barack Obama’s Kenyan-born uncle was granted legal United States residency during a deportation hearing to argue that he should be allowed to stay in the United States despite a 21-year-old order to leave the country.
Cyber Monday shopping was up about 20 percent from last year.
Sean Murphy has submitted an essay to the Boston Athletic Association, hoping to get one of the invitational entries this year set aside for those most impacted by the bombings.
Last week, three sisters delivered babies just days away from each other, much to the shock of their parents and doctor.