Organizers Continue Plans For Free Speech Rally Without PermitAnother controversial political rally is in the works for the Boston Common bandstand this weekend.
Blaze Destroys Home, Leaves Firefighter Hurt In AyerA fire destroyed a house and barn and left a firefighter with injuries in Ayer Wednesday afternoon.
Veterans Boycott NFL After Anthem Protests Over Veteran's Day WeekendThe game was not shown at the VFW Hall in Revere Sunday.
Criminologist Says Police Reports Are Routinely RedactedTom Nolan says he's stunned that State Police Colonel Richard McKeon abruptly retired amid police report controversy.
Former Boyfriend Charged Attempted Murder, Woman Remains HospitalizedAccording to court documents, a woman was stabbed by a former boyfriend after they agreed to meet in a Pembroke town beach parking lot.
'Don't Be A Coward': Driver Urged To Come Forward In Fatal Hit-And-RunPolice are looking to the public for help in identifying two vehicles of interest in a fatal hit-and-run pedestrian crash that killed a Worcester mother.
Can We Make Local Pedestrian, Bike Paths Safer?WBZ-TV's security analyst Ed Davis said New York and Boston can expect to see more bollards blocking off bike paths and pedestrian-only areas.
'Worst Thing I've Ever Seen' As River Sweeps Away, Destroys HomeThe video of Lisa Slade’s summer home being swept away by a river has already been viewed by thousands.
Mass. Politicians Show Support For Mueller Amid Russia Investigation ArrestsSome Massachusetts Democrats have a newfound desire to protect special prosecutor Robert Mueller as the investigation continues.
3 Tips For Reading JFK Assassination FilesAn expert shares advice on how to read the FBI and CIA files on the John F. Kennedy assassination investigation.
'Nothing Will Fix What He Has Done': Man Pleads Guilty To Murdering P.F. Chang's ChefJaquan Huston was a line cook at PF Chang’s restaurant in Peabody, when he turned on his fellow cook, plunging a sushi knife into Elivelton Dias’ back two years ago.
'Free Speech Rally' Organizer Suing Marty Walsh For Slander After Losing JobOne of the organizers of this summer’s “free speech rally” in Boston is suing Mayor Marty Walsh for slander, claiming Walsh’s comments about the rally cost him his job.

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