Heavy rain Sunday morning meant flooded out streets and sinkholes.
Mayor Martin Walsh paid tribute to the two fallen firefighters by raising the Boston Fire Department flag at City Hall Plaza.
Beginning Friday night, the MBTA says its subway and 15 major bus routes will run until around 3 a.m.
A makeshift memorial of flowers, candles and condolence notes are now outside the Boylston Street home station of Lt. Edward Walsh and Michael Kennedy, who died in the Back Bay fire Wednesday.
Investigators say a “marijuana THC extraction process using butane gas” was the source of an explosion at a home in Tewksbury late Tuesday night.
Cardinal Sean O’Malley will join seven others on a new Vatican anti-abuse commission.
New England’s maple syrup producers are opening their farms and sugar houses to the public for an annual Maple Weekend.
A high school student was shot and killed in Waltham late Thursday night, the Middlesex District Attorney confirmed Friday.
Five candidates for Massachusetts governor attended an SEIU forum in Dorchester Saturday.
Worcester police added new parade security measures including bomb-sniffing dogs.