The U.S. Supreme Court has denied a request to hear an appeal from a British man who was convicted of killing his wife and infant daughter in Hopkinton.
Dick and Rick Hoyt are Boston Marathon legends and they will soon be honored with a bronze statue.
Lawyers for Neil Entwistle filed the request last year, and the court is scheduled to decide Jan. 11 whether it will consider the case.
They are calling it a Christmas miracle of sorts at a Hopkinton assisted living center.
Wanxiang, a subsidiary of a Chinese automotive part maker, will buy almost all of the assets of A123 for more than $256 million.
Three kids and a donkey sounds like a bad country song but in this case, it’s something wonderful.
A Hooksett man was killed Tuesday morning trying avoid a dead bear in the middle of the highway.
New Hampshire Gov. John Lynch has directed that flags be lowered to half-staff Saturday in honor of Hopkinton’s fire chief, who died of an apparent heart attack while on duty.
The highest court in Massachusetts rejected Neil Entwistle’s appeal of his conviction Tuesday.
A man was arrested for assault and battery on a 10-year-old child in Hopkinton on Wednesday.