76-Year-Old South Boston Woman Fined $200 For Not Shoveling SidewalkA 76-year-old woman was fined $200 for not shoveling the sidewalk in front of her house in South Boston.
Boston Public Schools Closed For Second Day Due To SnowBoston Public Schools will be closed on Friday for a second straight day so the city can completely clean out the snow from Thursday’s nor’easter.
Massachusetts Officials Urge Students To Keep Super Bowl Sunday PeacefulAuthorities in Massachusetts are preparing for some kind of reaction from football fans after the Super Bowl.
Mayor Walsh Asks Boston Residents To Stay Off Roads During StormBoston Mayor Marty Walsh said the city is prepared for a Saturday snowstorm that could bring 10 inches to the city.
Volunteers Prepare Thanksgiving Meals, Pies For Hundreds In BostonWhether it was serving a Thanksgiving dinner or preparing fundraising pies, volunteers were out in force helping those less fortunate.
Boston University Buildings Evacuated After Hoax ThreatThere was a heavy police presence Friday morning at Boston University after someone falsely claimed they had guns and explosives on campus.
New Housing For Veterans Opens In South BostonA ribbon-cutting ceremony formally opened new affordable housing for veterans in South Boston Friday.
Gabby Giffords Campaigns To Stop Gun Violence In BostonThe two Boston Police officers critically wounded in East Boston this week were top of mind as a campaign to stop gun violence came to Boston Friday.
Mayor Marty Walsh: David Ortiz 'A Bostonian, He Is This City'It’s retiring slugger David Ortiz’s contributions off the diamond that have meant most to Boston Mayor Marty Walsh and Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker.
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Man Killed, Woman Injured In 'Clearly Targeted' Dorchester ShootingA man was killed and a woman suffered life-threatening injuries in an overnight shooting in Dorchester.
Families Of Boston Crime Victims Seek City's Help For Funeral CostsFunerals can cost nearly $4,000 and obtaining up front funds so quickly is where the Louis D. Brown Peace Institute has been trying to fill in the gaps.