WBZ NewsRadio 1030 Mourns Loss Of Reporter Mark KaticWBZ NewsRadio 1030 reporter Mark Katic passed away on Friday following a battle with cancer.
SJC: Burnt Marijuana Odor Not Enough To Suspect Criminal ActivityThe odor of burnt marijuana alone is not enough for police to suspect criminal activity and order a person to get out of a car, the state's highest court ruled Tuesday.
Bill Aims To Get Rid of Governor’s CouncilA legislative panel will hear from the public Thursday as it weighs a string of proposed state constitutional amendments - including eliminating the Governor's Council.
Gov. Council Member: Patrick Using 'Quotas' To Fill SJCA member of the Governor's Council doesn't like what Governor Deval Patrick is doing with the Supreme Judicial Court.
Nuns Sue Boston Archdiocese Over Retirement FundsAn order of Roman Catholic nuns has sued the Boston Archdiocese and Cardinal Sean O'Malley after years of failed efforts to withdraw from a church-run pension fund.
Boston Common Getting A FaceliftMayor Tom Menino said the oldest public park in America “needs some work done to it.”
Menino: Bill Russell Statue ‘Long Overdue’Mayor Tom Menino says a statue of Celtics legend Bill Russell in Boston is ‘long overdue.’
13-Year-Old Boy Suspect In Fenway Armed RobberiesA 13-year-old boy apparently thought he was too young to be arrested. He was wrong.
Boston Targets Potholes With Phone App, PatcherThe city thinks it’s found a better way to fill potholes faster - with an app and a new machine.
Wilmington Wins Again: Top Snow Total For Second TimeFor the second time this winter, Wilmington received the most snowfall during one storm in Massachusetts.
Kids Turn To Methuen Mayor On Facebook For School ClosingsWhen kids in Methuen want to know if school is going to be cancelled, they turn to the mayor and his facebook page.
Harvard Pilgrim, Tufts Discuss Possible Health Insurance MergerHarvard Pilgrim Health Care and Tufts Health Plan, the state’s second and third largest health plans, are talking about merging.