A huge crowd showed up at the Boston Marathon finish line on Saturday to take part in a photo shoot for the Sports Illustrated cover.
On Marathon Monday Boston hospitals and first responders are always prepared to see runners with the typical injuries of cramping or dehydration.
More than 500 high school girls from all over the state got the chance to shop for donated prom dresses as part of the 10th annual “Belle of the Ball” program.
One hundred students rallied in the rain against future construction of gas fired power plants in Massachusetts.
By all accounts, Edward “Eddie” Walsh Jr. was always among the first to enter a burning building.
Cardinal Sean O’Malley will join seven others on a new Vatican anti-abuse commission.
Delegates to the Republican state convention strongly backed Charlie Baker for their party’s gubernatorial nomination on Saturday, and conservative tea party member Mark Fisher just barely missed receiving enough support to force a contested GOP primary.
Boston Mayor Martin Walsh wants to make it easier for elderly landlords and owners who live in their rental buildings to own housing units in the city.
State gambling regulators agreed Thursday to consider Boston Mayor Martin Walsh’s bid to have the city declared a host community for resort casino proposals in the neighboring cities of Everett and Revere, a designation that, if granted, would give Boston voters the ability to kill the projects.
Nine people were taken to the hospital after a carbon monoxide leak at Douglas Municipal Center.