Inmates have done painting and building maintenance in public housing projects, landscaping on municipal property, and snow removal across the county.
Massachusetts officials say they have identified more than 1,100 defendants serving state sentences based at least in part on drug tests by Annie Dookhan.
Students in a Boston school will soon be using computers that were refurbished by inmates at Massachusetts prisons.
Two former inmates have filed a federal lawsuit alleging that the videotaping of female detainees by male guards during strip searches is degrading and unconstitutional.
A Massachusetts corrections officer has been arrested on allegations that he attempted to smuggle heroin to sell to inmates at a medium-security prison near Boston.
A federal judge has ruled that inmates have no First Amendment rights to grow a beard, rejecting the claim of an orthodox Jew who claimed prison policy banning facial hair longer than a quarter-inch violated […]