Peabody Woman Gets Lost High School Class Ring Back 45 Years LaterA class ring missing for more than 45 years is now back with its rightful owner.
Boston Marathon Pioneer Among Participants At 'Hop 21' Tune-Up RunSome tagged along behind trailblazer Kathrine Switzer Saturday morning as she prepares to run next month's Boston Marathon on the 50th anniversary of her first official race.
Abandoned Puppy Recovering From Skin Disease Needs New HomeSheba is a four month old English bulldog mix on the mend.
Police Officer Injured By Falling ScaffoldingA police officer was injured by a piece of falling scaffolding that came down in high winds Wednesday afternoon.
Dog Found Abandoned In Cage On Hingham SidewalkPolice in Hingham are searching for the person who abandoned a dog on the side of the road.
Store Clerk Pelted With Oranges During Would-Be Robbery Jose Velasquez said he felt fortunate to stare down the barrel of a gun and only get hit by an orange.
Woman Reunited With Class Ring Lost 42 Years AgoBarbara Kerr is gushing these days over her Bridgewater State class ring, lost more than 40 years ago.
Man Surrenders After Barricading Himself Inside Haverhill HomeA man who allegedly fired shots at police officers barricaded himself inside a home in Haverhill Monday afternoon.
Falmouth Honors High School Hockey Players Killed In CrashShowing strength and resilience, the Falmouth High School hockey team was back on the ice for their first game since losing two of their teammates in a car crash.
Mother On Mission To Prevent Tip-Over Deaths Says Viral Video Is Teaching MomentHome surveillance of a dresser tipping over onto twin Utah toddlers delivers Sterling mom Kim Amato to a heartbreaking place.
Hunter Takes Responsibility After Accidentally Shooting Himself While Testing IceA hunter from Orange who accidentally shot himself while testing the strength of ice admits he made a mistake as he begins a lengthy recovery from his injuries.
Salem State Art Exhibit Shut Down Over Controversial PaintingThe doors of the Winfisky Gallery are temporarily closed, blocking student eyes from the 19 works inside including a digital print of some Ku Klux Klansmen.