Michael McCarthy Guilty Of 2nd Degree Murder In Killing Of Bella BondHe now faces mandatory life in prison, with a chance for parole in 15 years.
New Ramp From Mass Pike To Route 128 Opens Friday EveningThere are some big changes coming this evening on the Mass Pike in Weston. Those changes have to do with the on-ramp to 128.
Boston Bids Farewell To Tall ShipsAs Sail Boston 2017 came to a close, people gathered at Castle Island and around the South Boston waterfront Thursday morning to watch to the tall ships that visited the city for the past week leave Boston Harbor.
House Approves Revamp Of Recreational Pot LawThe Massachusetts House has passed a revised version of the state's recreational marijuana legislation.
Woman Reunited With $40,000 Violin By MBTA PoliceAmy Sims said she was "a little teary" when she was reunited with her $40,000 violin by MBTA Transit Police Wednesday morning.
Fidget Spinners Make List Of Dangerous Summer ToysA Boston-based group is joining a growing chorus in sounding the alarm about fidget spinners.
Bella Bond Murder Trial: Closing Arguments Paint Opposing Views Of MotherDuring closing arguments in the trial of the man accused of murdering Bella Bond, jurors heard two very different views of the child's mother--the star witness around whose testimony the prosecution's case revolved.
House, Senate Pot Bill Differences Upset Marijuana Legalization SupportersA new version of a recreational marijuana bill is set to come out of committee in the Massachusetts House of Representatives Monday, and some marijuana legislation supporters aren't happy with it.
'Millionaire Tax' Amendment Will Be On 2018 BallotOn Wednesday, House and Senate lawmakers voted 134-55 to send the proposal to Massachusetts voters next year.
Closing Arguments Made In Michelle Carter Texting Suicide TrialThe defense rested Tuesday morning in the trial of a Plainville teen accused of encouraging her friend's suicide, with the judge set to hear closing arguments later in the afternoon.
Minister Who Blessed Gov. Baker In 2014 Arrested In Prostitution StingArchie Livingston Foxworth, pastor at the Grace Church of All Nations in Dorchester, is among nine men facing a solicitation charge.
AAA: Deadly Crashes Involving Teen Drivers Spike During Summer MonthsA new report is warning that teen drivers are more likely to get in fatal crashes during what it calls the "100 deadliest days" between Memorial Day and Labor Day.

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