Five families are displaced after a fire broke out at a Dorchester apartment building.
Several roofs collapsed in Massachusetts Wednesday as temperatures rose above 40 degrees for the first time in weeks.
A long-time resident of Dorchester says she and her neighbors are getting some terrible treatment from the city of Boston.
In some cases, city workers are forced to tow cars from their parking spaces, even if they are legally parked, in order to clear snow from the roads.
An alleged robber found himself locked in a room of a Dorchester home he broke into Thursday night. So, according to Boston Police, he decided to curl up on a couch and take a nap.
Two full days after the snow stopped falling, it is still accumulating on some Boston sidewalks.
The cause of the fire is under investigation.
After more than a year of investigating, the District Attorney announced that officers were justified in fatally shooting Darryl Dookhran.
A 21-year-old man is facing kidnapping and sex trafficking charges after police say he drove three teenage girls from Massachusetts to Rhode Island with plans to prostitute them.
Boston firefighters knocked down the flames on Friday night, though 12 people were displaced by the fire.