Several events were held in Boston Thursday morning to mark the 13th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.
One of the three people charged with the brutal murder of a pizza deliveryman in Hyde Park four years ago pleaded guilty Monday.
Kim Garbarino swam 12 miles in 4 hours, 31 minutes to honor his father-in-law who died from Parkinson’s disease.
Northeastern police say a student was attacked on Huntington Avenue near the Wentworth Institute of Technology early Thursday morning.
The $29 million Somerville station is the first new stop opened by the MBTA in 27 years.
Massachusetts Secretary of State Bill Galvin thinks turnout next Tuesday for the primary elections could be less than 20-percent.
An SUV travelling on Memorial Drive drove off the road and into the Charles River late Friday morning.
Carl Stevens wrote a poem to celebrate the end of the Market Basket saga.
Boston school officials say all bus routes have been covered a day after hundreds of charter school and special education students were stranded because there weren’t enough drivers.
The harbormaster today advised beachgoers that if they do go in the water “they should do so cautiously and avoid going into the water beyond waist depth.”