Dr. Rick Sacra, of Holden, is flying to Liberia on Thursday.
A man operates an Allston store where he sells marijuana products he believes are legal. Boston police, meanwhile, are looking into the shop’s legality.
The Greater Boston Food Bank got a hefty head start on turkey donations this year.
People who heat their homes with oil are catching a break this year.
Martha Coakley conceded defeat in the governor’s race Wednesday morning, after a long night and a close race.
The college hired some paranormal investigators to find out for sure.
Voting “yes” on Question 1 would repeal gas tax indexing; voting “no” would mean that starting next year, the gas tax would be adjusted according to inflation.
Demolition plans are being worked out at the Blackstone home of squalor where the remains of three babies were found last month.
Members of a Vermont family have been indicted on charges they assaulted police at a New Hampshire amusement park when they were told to leave their knives in the car.
The fire that killed seven people in Lowell last week was an accident.