Dozens Evacuated As Crews Fight Fire In East Boston DeliDozens of people were forced from their homes after a fire tore through Milano's Deli early Tuesday morning.
Massive Fire Tears Through Row Of Dorchester Triple-DeckersBoston Fire responded to the flames on Marie Street across from Ronan Park in Dorchester around 4 a.m.
Electrical Short Causes East Boston Apartment Building FireNo injuries were reported, but the 11 adults and one child living there were driven from their homes.
Marathon Bombing Survivor Surprises Rescuer With 'Hero Award'A man who came to the rescue of a marathon bombing survivor attended a special event Wednesday night only to learn he was the one being honored.
East Boston CO Leak Sends 2 To HospitalAn apartment building was evacuated overnight after firefighters found increased levels of carbon monoxide, the Boston Fire Department said Monday.
North End Fire On Christmas Morning Causes $4 Million In DamagesA five-alarm fire in the North End Christmas morning did not cause any civilian injuries, but did result in millions of dollars’ worth of damage.
Electrical Short Sparked 6-Alarm Charlestown Fire, Officials SayOfficials say an electrical short circuit in the ceiling of Monument Laundromat, where the blaze started, is to blame.
4-Alarm Fire Tears Through Dorchester HomeA four-alarm fire burned through a two-and-a-half story, two-family home in Dorchester Sunday afternoon.
Five Hurt In Fire Truck Crash In Back BayFive people were injured after a fire engine crashed in Boston's Back Bay Monday morning, the Boston Fire Department said.
Fire Burns From Basement To Attic Of Roxbury HomeNine people were displaced Sunday morning after a three-alarm fire burned through a multi-family home in Roxbury.
Firefighters Battle Large Blaze In South BostonFirefighters were battling a large blaze in South Boston Monday night.
Good Samaritan Helps Residents Escape Massive Charlestown FireResidents of 286 Bunker Hill Street in Charlestown credit a Good Samaritan with getting them out of their burning building.