Despite Falling Short, Boston Peace Sign Record Group 'Still Sent A Message'Hundreds of people went to the Boston Common Saturday to try to set the new world record for the world's largest human peace sign.
Tropical Storm Jose Brings High Surf, Erosion Concerns To Cape And IslandsHigh surf is expected to continue for several days and beach erosion remains a major concern as the remnants of Tropical Storm Jose hit the Cape and Islands.
Bill Would Penalize People For 'Fake' Service DogsIt would impose a penalty of community service and/or up to a $500 fine for those misrepresenting their dogs as service dogs.
Massachusetts Pot Board Head 'More Confident' About Deadlines After First MeetingA five-member board in charge of regulating marijuana in Massachusetts is getting down to business.
Groton Quadruple Murder Appears To Be Case Of 'Tragic Family Violence'Police say the community should not be alarmed after four people were found dead at a home in Groton.
Mass. Eversource Crews Deploy To Florida Ahead Of Hurricane IrmaA group of about 100 Eversource workers prepared to head to Florida to help restore electricity to customers when Hurricane Irma storms through the area.
Donations Pour In To Aid Houston's Hurricane VictimsDonation boxes are going up across the city Tuesday so Bostonians can send relief to those who lost everything in the flooding after Hurricane Harvey in Texas.
Chicopee Store's Powerball Reward Will Go To Charity; Neighbors Hopeful, CautiousThe owner of the Chicopee convenience store that sold the winning Powerball ticket says his store's award money is going to charity.
WBZ Cares: Community and Family Support Help Residents At Megan's HouseYoung women recover from substance abuse issues through support from the community and their families at Megan's House.
WBZ Cares: Megan's House Graduate Credits Staff For Changing Her LifeA former resident at The Megan's House credits the organization for straightening out her life.
Comm Ave Bridge Opening Pushed Back Due To Construction DelaysThe reopening of the Comm. Ave. and Boston University bridges has been pushed back several days due to construction delays.
Jurors Begin Deliberating In Top Chef Extortion TrialFive different attorneys made closing arguments Thursday in the trial of four Teamsters accused of harassing and intimidating the cast and crew of Top Chef because the production didn't hire union workers.