Eight people were hurt when an MBTA bus crashed through a guardrail over the Massachusetts Turnpike near the Crowne Plaza in Newton.
The lead lawyer in the landmark court case behind the first same-sex marriages in Massachusetts and the nation is speaking out as the state marks the 10th anniversary of the case.
A 22-year-old woman is in critical condition after she fell down an elevator shaft at Fenway Park Friday night.
Graduating seniors at the Berklee College of Music got quite a treat on Sunday.
A family from Ireland who is struggling to pay medical bills is getting some help in Boston.
The medical professionals treating the acrobats who fell during a circus performance in Rhode Island say time will tell whether three of the women will walk again.
Former President George H.W. Bush was honored Sunday with a Kennedy “courage” award for agreeing to raise taxes to confront a spiraling deficit, jeopardizing his presidency that ended after just one term.
The first openly gay Episcopal bishop, who became a symbol for gay rights far beyond the church while deeply dividing the world’s Anglicans, plans to divorce his husband.
Emergency responders are staging a daylong training exercise involving a series of staged crises, from an “active shooting” event in Brookline to the rescue of elected officials held hostage at Boston City Hall.
The new, 60-story mixed-use Millennium Tower in Downtown Crossing will include condos, offices and retail space at the former site of Filene’s.