The families of two fallen Boston firefighters accepted posthumous medals of honor from Gov. Deval Patrick.
On a day that’s come to symbolize their commitment to saving lives, 29 names were added to the ring of honor, men who’ve lost their lives in the last year.
Firefighters battled a four-alarm blaze on Bennett Circle in Lynn late Tuesday afternoon.
Four firefighters were transported to the hospital after responding to a hazmat situation on Ballard Road in Lawrence early Sunday morning.
Research has found significantly higher rates of respiratory, digestive and urinary cancers in firefighters than in the general population.
Firefighters were battling flames and heavy smoke near the horse stables of Suffolk Downs race track Tuesday night.
A Weymouth couple thanks God they and their grandchildren are alive after a carbon monoxide scare at their home.
The friend of a driver who had his car windows smashed out by firefighters in East Boston on Wednesday evening says the vehicle was only two days old.
Death benefits paid to the families of public safety officers who die in the line of duty would be increased under a bill approved unanimously by the Massachusetts House of Representatives on Wednesday.
A realtor has filed a lawsuit challenging the way Hyannis plans to pay for a new $20 million fire station.