It took several hours for crews to remove a tractor trailer that crashed onto Boston Common Thursday afternoon.
Cleanup was underway Wednesday night after heavy rains caused flash floods in Waltham, turning streets into rivers, leaving a number of drivers stranded and bringing traffic in the area to a halt.
O’Brien, William Burke and Elizabeth Tavares are accused of trying to curry favor with powerful lawmakers by funneling jobs to politically connected applicants at the expense of more qualified candidates.
A Cambridge father and his children, 11-year-old Shannon and 9-year-old Patrick, were a few thousand feet from their goal.
Seven people were killed in a fire that tore through a three-story apartment building in Lowell on Thursday.
Three years after a 41-year-old woman was killed, Saugus police are trying to drum up new leads.
Hundreds converged on Boston’s City Hall plaza Tuesday night to protest recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions involving reproductive rights.
AAA predicts two records this week: the most July 4 holiday road trips in seven years and the highest July Fourth Holiday gas prices in six years.
Massachusetts State Police say they’re getting more calls than ever before to check possible explosives and suspicious items.
A livery driver charged with raping and robbing a woman in South Boston was ordered held on $35,000 bail Wednesday.