State Police are taking a wait and see approach for any possible changes to the Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular.
Lawyers for seven of the eight circus acrobats injured during a hair-hanging stunt say they plan to file a lawsuit after they conclude an investigation into what happened.
MGM Springfield has been named state’s first official casino operator.
At Worcester Technical High School, Obama praised students and teachers alike for giving more than just “lip service” to the idea of skills-based education.
The class of 2014 at Worcester Technical High School won’t soon forget who their graduation speaker was.
The five Democratic candidates for governor all agree that Massachusetts is on the right track but acknowledge there are problems in state government that need to be fixed.
At his arraignment Wednesday on 9 felony charges, Reardron was ordered held on $100,000 cash bail, pending a mental health evaluation.
The black boxes containing the cockpit voice recorder and flight data recorded the final moments before a fiery weekend crash at Hanscom Field that killed Philadelphia Inquirer co-owner Lewis Katz and six others on his private jet.
Opponents of a proposed gun control bill are pushing back on Beacon Hill, saying the measure stigmatizes gun owners and won’t help reduce crime.
Residents reported hearing a “big boom that shook the house” and seeing a “mushroom cloud” that “looked like the atomic bomb went off.”