A grand jury is looking at whether November paving was connected to Mayor William Lantigua’s re-election bid.
For the first time of its two decades in business, the start of the season for Boston Duck Tours could be delayed.
The Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association is warning high school athletes about an underground fight club.
Massachusetts’ highest court has ruled that a man accused of secretly snapping photos up a woman’s skirt on an MBTA train did not break the law.
Members of the Massachusetts National Guard have run in the Boston Marathon in full uniform while wearing 40-pound rucksacks, for the past decade. But it won’t happen this year because no backpacks are allowed.
Marblehead High School was evacuated twice Tuesday after someone posted threats on the social media app “Yik Yak.”
State lawmakers are considering how drones might be regulated in Massachusetts should they become law enforcement tools in the future.
To raise money for the fight against cancer, several hundred employees of a Quincy company are going to shave their heads.
More than 350 employees at Granite Telecommunications in Quincy are getting ready to have their heads shaved for charity.
Kim Garbarino of Winthrop will swim nonstop for 24 hours at a Marblehead YMCA in a fundraiser for kids’ swimming lessons.