During one of her weather forecasts on Wednesday’s WBZ-TV morning news, meteorologist Danielle Niles was interrupted by a large spider.
To see them rowing on the Charles River – arms pumping, backs aching, lungs nearly bursting – you would never know these athletes had any physical limitations.
“My whole role is to inspire others and I want them to go home and create,” Nathan Sawaya told WBZ-TV.
Raised a Yankees fan, Israel’s new consul general to New England Yehuda Yaakov has changed his allegiance to the Red Sox.
The Boston Cup Car Show takes place Sunday on Boston Common where there will be more than $100 million worth of cars on display.
Matthew Madden, 20, faces felony charges after allegedly setting off a bomb in a Haverhill recreational area.
Two city inspectors paid a visit to an MIT fraternity house near Kenmore Square Tuesday, two days after an 18-year-old woman was hurt in a fall there.
The National Weather Service confirmed a tornado touched down briefly in Worcester Sunday night.
City Hall is just one of dozens of buildings and homes damaged by Monday’s twister.
A bicyclist was seriously hurt in a crash on Huntington Avenue late Sunday night.