Halifax Man Receives First Penis Transplant In U.S. At Mass GeneralA man from Halifax has become the first person to receive a penis transplant in the United States, Massachusetts General Hospital announced Monday.
Worker Rescued From Collapsed Trench In HalifaxThe Halifax Fire Department and Plymouth County Technical Rescue Team rescued a man who became stuck in a collapsed trench Tuesday morning.
Halifax Man Charged With Stabbing Woman To DeathA Halifax man is being held without bail after prosecutors say he stabbed a prostitute to death in an argument over payment.
Election Scheduled To Fill Thomas Kennedy's State Senate SeatA special election has been scheduled to fill the state Senate seat left vacant by the death of Brockton Democrat Thomas Kennedy.
Cruise Ship Stranded Since July 4 Leaves Boston Harbor For HalifaxA cruise ship that had been stranded in Boston Harbor since the Fourth of July departed for Halifax on Sunday.
Car Smashes Into Living Room Of Halifax HomeThe driver of a car was hospitalized, though residents were uninjured.
Records: Halifax Teen Smoked Marijuana Before Crashing Into School BusA Halifax teenager, already in trouble with police for a crash one year ago, may be part of a larger drug investigation.
Two Boys Rescued From Swamp In HalifaxPolice officers found the boys about 1/4 of a mile into the swamp, where the water was up to their knees.
Police Say Arson To Blame For Southern Mass. FiresOfficials are asking the public for help in their investigation into two early morning fires Monday.
Judge Extends Curfew For Teen Who Crashed Car Into School Bus In KingstonA teenager who crashed her BMW last March when she crossed the double yellow line and collided head-on with a school bus in Kingston, is getting her curfew extended.
Officials: Woman Killed In Halifax Crash Was Driving 100+ MPHA 26-year-old woman was killed in a crash Saturday in Halifax. Fire officials say she was travelling 100 mph her SUV skidded and hit a tree.
Crews To Spray For Mosquitoes For Third Straight NightA third night of aerial spraying for mosquitoes will take place Sunday evening, according to the Massachusetts Department of Public Health.