Man Convicted In Shaken Baby Syndrome Case Gets New TrialFor the second time in two months, the highest court in Massachusetts has ordered a new trial for a man convicted of causing serious injuries by violently shaking a child.
Proposed Change Would Allow Towns To Make Liquor License DecisionsLawmakers are considering a change to the way liquor licenses are distributed to businesses in Massachusetts.
Segregation Era Memorabilia Sold At Dedham Auto Show Flea MarketRenee Johnson was shocked and offended by what she saw Sunday at the flea market at the Bay State Antique Auto Show.
Board Approves Plan To Consider Landmark Status For Citgo SignBoston's iconic Citgo Sign is safe--for now.
Baker On Not Attending GOP Convention: 'I've Got A Busy Week'Gov. Charlie Baker said he's focused on his day job and pushing through legislation before the end of the session--not on his party's national convention.
Boston Police Body Camera Program Not Yet UnderwayBoston city councilor Andrea Campbell, chair of the committee on public safety and criminal justice, thought Boston Police would start their body camera pilot program by now.
Audit Of MBTA 'Money Room' Finds Waste, InefficiencyA new audit of the MBTA's cash-counting operation found staffing levels at double what they would be in the private sector.
Lawmakers Consider Sightseeing Vehicle Regulations After Fatal Duck Boat CrashFamily members of the woman hit and killed by a duck boat in April are testifying at the State House on Thursday, asking lawmakers to support a bill that would place new regulations on sightseeing vehicles.
SJC Says Pot Question Can Go Forward, But With New SummaryThe state's highest court has cleared the way for a question that calls for legalizing recreational marijuana in Massachusetts to appear on the November ballot.
Boston Kicks Off Fourth Of July Celebration With Declaration Of Independence ReadingA huge crowd gathered Monday morning for a reading of the Declaration of Independence from the balcony of the Old State House--the same place it was first read from in 1776.
Court Rules Question To End Common Core Can't Be On BallotThe highest court in Massachusetts has ruled that a referendum seeking to end the use of Common Core educational standards in the state cannot be included on the November ballot.
Restoration Work On Longfellow Bridge's 'Salt And Pepper' Towers Nears CompletionThe work being done on the towers on the Longfellow Bridge--the ones that give it the "Salt and Pepper bridge" nickname--is almost finished.

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