Speaking at a fundraiser in memory of fallen MIT Police Officer Sean Collier, family members said they do not want to talk about the decision to sentence Dzhokhar Tsarnaev to death, but they are glad this phase is over.
The Department of Public Health is unveiling changes to the way it issues licenses under the state’s medical marijuana dispensary program.
Workers are rushing to get the state’s first slots parlor ready for its grand opening on June 24.
Thousands of people including crime victims’ families, law enforcement and political leaders have joined in Boston’s annual Mother’s Day Walk for Peace.
A Concord man survived the Nepal earthquake that killed several thousand people in late April.
Investigators are asking the public for cell phone photos and video after one person died during a stabbing inside a New Hampshire nightclub.
Film students and professors from more than a dozen colleges and universities in Massachusetts are urging lawmakers to keep the state’s film tax credit.
Top state and federal officials say more than 1,000 people died as a result of opioid-related overdoses in Massachusetts last year.
Anildo Lopes Correia, 24, was arrested in Fall River Sunday night.
Two people are dead and three others in critical condition after a high-speed chase ended in a crash in Avon early Monday morning.