Massachusetts will collect almost $600 million in fees from the registry or about ten times what it costs to operate.
A realtor has filed a lawsuit challenging the way Hyannis plans to pay for a new $20 million fire station.
One of the two men wanted for robbing and shooting an elderly store clerk last month in Everett is behind bars tonight.
The Boston Police Commissioner William Evans says he wants more public regulation of what he calls “gypsy cabs.”
Foreign governments are stealing secrets in New England, many times with just a few clicks of a mouse.
Massachusetts has a new, faster way to get potholes fixed. Call them in.
In the wake of a horrific crime last summer, an ATM security bill now has 18 co-sponsors in the Legislature.
A clerk is expected to recover after he was shot during a robbery attempt at a store late Monday night.
The man tells a very sad story in a loud voice while supposedly talking on his cell phone.
A loose road reflector crashed through a Boston woman’s windshield in Wilmington. The state has known about the problem for years.