Former state probation commissioner John O’Brien has been found guilty in a scheme to rig the agency’s hiring process to favor applicants who had the backing of powerful state legislators, often at the expense of more qualified job candidates.
The mayor says it’ll give him a chance to see how serious other U.S. cities are about making a bid.
Officials said on Friday that a total of twelve bodies and the cremated remains of more than 40 other people were discovered in self-storage units rented in the name of an unlicensed Massachusetts funeral director.
A man allegedly claiming he was looking for Katy Perry and President John F. Kennedy was arrested at the Kennedy compound Tuesday night.
“Speechless” is how a Peabody mother describes her reaction to finding that someone had returned a number of mementos that had been taken from her daughter’s grave site at the Oak Grove Cemetery in Peabody.
A Peabody mother is pleading with whoever stole mementos from her daughter’s grave site to do the right thing and return them.
Hundreds of Market Basket grocery store employees rallied outside the store in Chelsea Tuesday.
Five New England governors are meeting to develop a regional strategy for fighting opioid abuse.
About 25,000 people marched through the streets of the city Saturday as part of the 44th annual Boston Pride Parade.
Opening statements are expected to begin in a New Hampshire courtroom for a man accused of severely beating and burning the 3-year-old son of his girlfriend.