The I-Team tracked Sgt. Jeffrey Langone over a period of six months and discovered he was routinely hiding out at his parents’ home during his overnight shift.
A Sudbury couple is out thousands of dollars after a former employee allegedly cashed dozens of forged checks and their bank refused to reimburse them.
Police in Chelsea have a new tool to fight EBT abuse and crime.
A Cape Cod builder accused of ripping off several families for thousands of dollars was in Federal Court Tuesday.
Public employees in dozens of towns across the state have been ordered off the job, but are still being paid their full salaries by cities and towns.
The governor did sign legislation closing a d-u-i loophole exposed by the i-team.
The state is testing whether contaminated water from General Chemical in Framingham is spreading into Sherborn.
Boston leaders have been working on a new voluntary payment plan for local nonprofits such as colleges and hospitals to start paying property taxes.
After a significant amount of negative publicity that followed Lt. Governor Tim Murray’s early morning November crash, Murray has now hired a public relations firm that specializes in crisis communications.
The State Department of Early Education and Care says there are 11,806 licensed day care centers in Massachusetts, and that on average the state gets about 3,600 complaints each year.