Karen Twomey

Quincy Food Pantry Seeks Halloween Costumes For Kids In NeedA Halloween costume can be a big expense for a struggling family.
Mother's Boyfriend Killed Bella Bond At Bedtime, Prosecutors SayThe accused killer of "Baby Doe" was held without bail while Bella Bond's mother was held on $1 million bail after appearing in court on Monday.
Bella Bond's Biological Father Doesn't Blame Mother For Their Daughter's DeathThe biological father of Bella Bond, previously known as "Baby Doe" around New England, says he doesn't blame Rachelle Bond for their daughter's death.
'Baby Doe' Identified As Boston Girl; Mother & Boyfriend ArrestedThe child known around New England as "Baby Doe" has been identified as a girl named Bella.
Police Investigating 'Horrific' Murder Of Marshfield Man Inside HomePolice responded to a 911 call from the home Wednesday afternoon.
Boston Ceremonies Mark 14 Years Since 9/11 AttacksSeveral events throughout New England marked the somber 14th anniversary of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.
9/11 Award Given To Driver Who Helped Nab Kidnap SuspectA livery driver who helped thwart a suspected kidnapping has received a bravery award named for a flight attendant on one of the two planes that were hijacked in Boston and flown into the World Trade Center towers 14 years ago.
Getting Ready For Winter: Boston Receives First Salt DeliveryIt still feels like summer, but the city is preparing for snow.
Fenway Hazmat Scare Blamed On Fish Oil ExperimentFire officials say cooking oils were behind a Tuesday night hazmat incident that forced evacuations.
Woman With Rare Lung Disease To Bike In Cape Cod RaceA 70-year-old Rockland woman afflicted by a rare lung disease is giving her all, riding her bike to find a cure for herself and others.
Law Prevents Braintree Family From Arranging Former Foster Child's FuneralA Braintree foster family, which has cared for more than 100 children, has found themselves dealing with a legal loophole that is making it difficult for them to arrange a funeral for one of their former foster kids.
New Boston Superintendent Rethinking Ban On Student Cell Phone Use In Schools“Cell phones must remain off and hidden during school,” the current policy reads.