Kim Tunnicliffe

Bill Cosby Gives Deposition For Lawsuit In Boston, Accuser's Attorney SaysBill Cosby gave a deposition for several hours on Friday in Boston, an attorney for one of the woman claiming to have been sexually assaulted by the comedian told reporters on Saturday.
National Taco Day: Police, Firefighters Chow Down For Good CauseTaco-eating contests pitted first responders against each other on Sunday.
Thousands Walk To Raise Money For Breast Cancer ResearchIt was a sea of pink at the Hatch Shell on Sunday.
Man Charged With OUI In Worcester Hit-And-Run That Killed Woman, Critically Injured BrotherThe siblings were hit as they unloaded groceries from their car.
Boston Considering Parking Meter Rate Hike To Ease TrafficMayor Marty Walsh said traffic problems can arise from drivers circling neighborhoods to find a cheap parking space.
Former Gov. Paul Cellucci Honored With Hudson MemorialFormer Gov. Paul Cellucci was honored Sunday in his hometown of Hudson with a day of remembrance.
Bella Bond's Biological Father Says He Never Met His DaughterJoe Amoroso, Bella Bond's biological father, says he never met his 2-year-old daughter while she was still alive.
Wheaton College Investigates 'Hate Speech' FliersThe college is trying to figure out who placed hand-written fliers containing racial slurs, threats and other derogatory words on dorm room doors.
Gov. Baker, Mayor Walsh Talk Political 'Bromance'The unlikely partnership between Democratic Mayor Marty Walsh and Republican Governor Charlie Baker is unusual in this day and age.
Patriots Donate $500,000 To Educate Teens About Dating Violence PreventionAttorney General Maura Healey and Patriots owner Robert Kraft are joining forces in an effort to stem the tide of teen dating violence in Massachusetts high schools.
Cardinal O'Malley To Accompany Pope Francis In CubaThe cardinal will also be joining Pope Francis at the White House.
Manufacturer Of Overdose Drug To Pay Massachusetts $325,000The company that produces the overdose reversal drug naloxone has agreed to pay Massachusetts $325,000 to help offset the drug's cost.