The man who posted a viral video of him flipping over the Red Line train said he is proud of his dangerous move.
Like so many other cartoonists around the world, a shaken Dan Wasserman answered the slaughter of his Paris brethren – at the drawing table.
Animal welfare authorities have seized 69 dogs from a central Massachusetts kennel where they were being kept in outdoor cages.
Tanicia Goodwin of Salem appeared in Salem Superior Court on Friday and pleaded guilty to seven charges
The first Boston baby of the new year was born at Massachusetts General Hospital.
A Haverhill woman was brought to court Wednesday, accused in a bizarre series of events.
Two Boston police officers ended up in the hospital after they were attacked by a group of teenagers, police said.
A judge ordered the release of a Dracut teacher Friday after he was arrested for returning to the high school where he was banned.
Jason Rivers admitted to fatally shooting a police officer in 1999.
The organizers of Boston’s annual St. Patrick’s Day parade voted to allow a group representing gay veterans to march next year, a dramatic turnaround for an organization that has long resisted the inclusion of gays.