Former Fare Evader: Apology To MBTA Was About 'Trying To Do The Right Thing'Matthew Andrewes said that, over the past ten years, he's been righting the wrongs of his past.
Auction Ending For Jim Craig's 'Miracle On Ice' Memorabilia CollectionBidding for an online auction featuring iconic items from the United States men’s hockey team's win over the Soviet Union in the 1980 Olympics ends Friday.
Family Of Duck Boat Crash Victim Supports New Safety ProposalsAllison Warmuth was struck by a Boston Duck Tours vehicle on April 30. Her parents joined lawmakers at a news conference on Wednesday to announce the filing of the bill.
Lynn Ferry Service DiscontinuedLynn ferry service has been cancelled after the state rejected the City of Lynn's request for $700,000 to run the service this Summer.
New Guidelines Advise Plenty Of Sleep For ChildrenThe American Academy of Pediatrics is endorsing a new set of sleep suggestions to make sure children stay healthy.
Family Of Dorchester Shooting Victim Urges Killer To Come ForwardBoston Police continue their search for the gunman who ambushed a 17-year-old student outside Jeremiah Burke High School in Dorchester.
Beverly-Based Canine Attorney Lets Legal Skills Go To The DogsA Beverly-based attorney represents dog owners whose rights to own their pet are being challenged.
Another Moose Sighting: Police Search For Loose Animal In WalthamThere’s been another local moose sighting – this time in Waltham.
Marijuana Ballot Question Faces 2 Challenges In SJCThe state's highest court will hear two challenges Wednesday to a proposed ballot question to legalize recreational marijuana in Massachusetts.
Boston Latin Student Completes More Than 400 Drawings Of ClassmatesA Boston Latin School student drew his entire Class of 2016.
Dudley Town Meeting To Vote On Purchasing Land Islamic Society Wants For CemeteryDudley Town Meeting members could vote Monday night to purchase land that might otherwise be used as the site for a Muslim cemetery.
Hip-Hop Dance Instructor Named To Teach At Boston Conservatory, BerkleeIn an effort to bolster their contemporary dance programs, Duane Lee Holland Jr. has been named as the first hip-hop instructor at both the Boston Conservatory and the Berklee College of Music.