Organizers of the South Boston St. Patrick’s Day parade have revoked their invitation to a gay rights advocacy group to march with them on March 16.
A Brockton man, charged with fatally beating his girlfriend’s 4-year-old son, will remain behind bars.
The report released Tuesday by the Massachusetts Inspector General found that although chemist Annie Dookhan was the “sole bad actor” at the lab, management failures, “wholly inadequate training,” and a lack of uniform protocols contributed to Dookhan’s ability to commit “acts of malfeasance.”
Boston city councilors held a public hearing to discuss the possibility of medical marijuana dispensaries setting up shop in the state’s largest city.
Urine as fertilizer? Four University of New Hampshire students say “Pee-pare yourself.”
The first television ad for medical marijuana will soon grace Comcast cable channels across Massachusetts.
Voters are going to the polls to fill several legislative vacancies, including the seats formerly held by Boston Mayor Martin Walsh and U.S. Rep. Katherine Clark.
The Massachusetts Port Authority is launching a $100 million renovation of the international terminal at Boston’s Logan Airport.
The company didn’t immediately identify what stores are being closed.
Tuesday is National Pancake Day and that means you can get a free short stack of pancakes at IHOP to help the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.