A Massachusetts man is accused of driving 118 miles-an-hour in a 65-mph speed zone in New Hampshire.
The first college scholarships named in honor of slain Danvers High School math teacher Colleen Ritzer have been awarded to six seniors from the school.
The man who lives in the home says he’s in a legal battle with US Bank over the foreclosure of the house four years ago.
A recently indicted friend of the Boston Marathon bombing suspects has been ordered held without bail, because his lawyer can’t find him a place to live if he were released.
The black boxes containing the cockpit voice recorder and flight data recorded the final moments before a fiery weekend crash at Hanscom Field that killed Philadelphia Inquirer co-owner Lewis Katz and six others on his private jet.
Residents reported hearing a “big boom that shook the house” and seeing a “mushroom cloud” that “looked like the atomic bomb went off.”
Lewis Katz and friends from New Jersey were at the home of author Doris Kearns Goodwin to support an educational program headed by her son.
Neighbors of the man charged with obstructing the Boston Marathon Bombings investigation described him as quiet and normal.
A Florida appeals court has overturned the murder conviction for a former FBI agent linked to mobster Whitey Bulger.
The Department of Homeland Security says a recent flea market raid in Lawrence brought in more than $30 million worth of knock-off purses, clothing and pirated DVDs and CDs.