Red Sox Give Away Over 40,000 Baseball Caps To Boston Students, TeachersThe Red Sox worked to make a new generation of fans on Monday, handing out baseball caps to more than 40,000 students and teachers.
Lobster Poutine Among New Additions To Fenway Park MenuRed Sox fans are getting some fancy new choices on the Fenway Park menu.
Public Arts Project Organizers Hope To Reshape Downtown LynnDowntown Lynn may never be the same if the vision of some local residents and business leaders comes to fruition.
Marijuana Supporters Urge State Panel Not To Revise Recreational Pot LawDifficult issues related to the full roll-out of legal pot, now slated for early summer next year, keep piling up.
Tattoo Artist Questioned In Aaron Hernandez Murder TrialProsecutors argue that gun tattoos the artist gave Aaron Hernandez amount to a confession.
Blizzard Declared In Lawrence As Storm Dumps Heavy Snow Across Southern New EnglandRoads around the Commonwealth were dangerous Tuesday as the winter storm dumped snow across the northeast Tuesday.
Nor'easter Leaves Some Travelers Stranded At Logan AirportWith few exceptions, the only things flying around Logan Airport Tuesday morning were snowflakes.
Alleged Murder Weapon Focus Of Testimony In Aaron Hernandez TrialThe gun prosecutors say Aaron Hernandez used to kill two men took center stage in the ex-NFL star's double murder trial Monday.
18-Year-Old Lawrence Student Killed In Overnight ShootingA teenager was shot and killed in Lawrence early Wednesday morning, according to the Essex District Attorney’s Office.
Pete Frates Backs Seth Moulton's Effort In Congress To Help ALS PatientsThe Massachusetts man who inspired the Ice Bucket Challenge that has raised more than $200 million for ALS research is backing an effort in Congress to help others with the disease.
Hundreds Rally On Boston Common Against Proposed Cuts To Planned ParenthoodBraving frigid cold temperatures, hundreds of abortion rights supporters held a rally Saturday on Boston Common to protest federal funding cuts to Planned Parenthood.
Hernandez Killed 2 Men Because He Felt 'Disrespected,' Prosecutor SaysOpening statements began late Wednesday morning in the double murder trial of Aaron Hernandez with a prosecutor telling jurors the former NFL star killed two men in 2012 because he felt they disrespected him.