Boston Mayor Marty Walsh on Friday called the Massachusetts Gaming Commission’s decision to strip Boston of its surrounding community status for the planned Everett casino “petty,” saying the commission makes up the rules as it goes.
It is deadline day for workers in the revolt at Market Basket.
Teresa Carrington of Lynn claims her 37-year-old son with autism was severely beaten back in March by a worker at the home, which is run by the May Institute.
A wind-shipped fire destroyed two houses under construction in Beverly late Sunday night and damaged six others.
Uxbridge police are issuing a stern warning to some vandals that are committing an odd crime.
After brushing Massachusetts on Friday, Arthur was downgraded to a tropical storm early Saturday and its winds weakened to 70 mph (110 kph) as continued moving north.
Hero Helpers of America and Heartillery Group assembled 500 care packages.
Boston police are investigating an overnight shooting in the South End that sent a teenager to the hospital.
Abortion opponents returned to protest outside the Planned Parenthood Clinic in Boston two days after a 35-foot buffer zone was struck down by the Supreme Court.
A livery driver charged with raping and robbing a woman in South Boston was ordered held on $35,000 bail Wednesday.