Aaron Hernandez In Court For 2012 Back Bay Drive-By ShootingsFormer New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez is set to appear in court in Boston in connection with the shooting deaths of two men in 2012.
Boston Attorney Ordered Held On $1 Million Bail On Fraud, Theft ChargesA suspended Boston attorney accused of stealing from clients and setting up fraudulent credit card accounts among other charges was arraigned in Suffolk Superior Court Tuesday morning.
Boston Superintendent Has Message For Students Planning Walkout Over TrumpBoston Public Schools Superintendent Tommy Chang had a message for the students who walked out of class Monday.
Some Boston Parking Meter Prices Going Up In 2017Mayor Marty Walsh's office announced Thursday that parking meter prices in Boston's Back Bay will go from $1.25 to $3.75 an hour as part of an experimental pilot program.
Latin Singer Luis Fonsi – St. Jude’s Thanks And Giving Campaign
Boston Is Runner-Up In 'Best Sports Cities' RankingIs there a better sports city in America than Boston? Yes, according to one ranking.
Water Main Break Shuts Down Streets On Edge Of ChinatownA water main break shut down some streets, briefly left several people without water, and left manhole fires and building evacuations in its wake in downtown Boston.
Boston City Council Votes To Lower Default Speed Limit To 25 MPHBoston's City Council passed an ordnance to reduce the speed limit on Wednesday.
Eataly Boston Opens In Prudential CenterThere are 30 of them around the world, but on Boylston St. they're going for a flavor of Boston.
Jolgorio Navideño 2016WBZ’s Yadires Nova-Salcedo talks about this year's celebration and how you can be part of it with Jolgorio's board member Ilyitch Tabora and Chief of Health and Human Services for the City of Boston and TAG alumnus Felix Arroyo.
Anti-Hate Rally Held At State HouseStanding up and speaking out against hate, several groups from all races and religions rallied on the steps of state house Monday afternoon.
Wahlberg: 'A Lot Of Pressure' To Get Marathon Bombing Movie 'Patriots Day' RightActor/producer Mark Wahlberg and director Peter Berg have teamed up twice before for films that dramatize true stories of heroism--but the two said there was a lot of discussion about how to get Patriots Day, their upcoming movie about the Boston Marathon bombings, right.

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