Prosecutors: Couple In Peabody Double Murder Shot, StabbedThe second man accused in the brutal killing of a couple in Peabody earlier this month was arraigned in Peabody District Court Tuesday morning.
76-Year-Old South Boston Woman Fined $200 For Not Shoveling SidewalkA 76-year-old woman was fined $200 for not shoveling the sidewalk in front of her house in South Boston.
Man Killed In Boiler Explosion At Revere HomeA man was killed in a boiler explosion at a home in Revere early Wednesday morning.
Fishermen Record 'Unusual And Exciting' Killer Whale Sighting Off ChathamFishermen recorded video as a pod of killer whales swam alongside their boat off the Cape Cod coast in what experts call a rare occurrence.
People Who Drink Black Coffee More Likely To Be Psychopaths, Study ClaimsHow you take your coffee could say a lot about you.
Rodent Sightings Down In Somerville's 'War On Rats'The city of Somerville appears to be winning its “war on rats.”
Weymouth Woman Who Didn't Know She Was Pregnant Gives BirthKatie Kropas did not know she was pregnant until she arrived at the hospital and gave birth to a 10 pound, 2 ounce baby.
Market Basket Denies Layoffs As Part-Time Workers' Hours Cut Drastically The employee revolt at Market Basket took a devastating turn Thursday as stores began reducing part-time workers hours to zero, in a move the company insisted were not layoffs.
New Massachusetts Law Bans Shark Finning The practice of shark finning would be outlawed in Massachusetts under a bill set to receive Gov. Deval Patrick's signature.
Mass. Lottery Raked In Near-Record $971 Million Profit In Past YearOfficials say Massachusetts State Lottery tickets were sold at yet another record-setting pace over the last 12 months.
Brookline Students' Petition For Dunkin' Donuts To Ditch Styrofoam Cups Gets 250K SignaturesIn their petition, the students cite health and environmental concerns.
Walsh Promises Boston Redevelopment Authority Overhaul After AuditBoston Mayor Martin Walsh is promising to overhaul the agency that oversees development in the city after an audit found deep-rooted problems that have led to a failure to collect millions of dollars in lease payments and fees owed by developers.