Ashland Police Chief Scott Rohmer was placed on paid administrative leave Monday amid a number of allegations and conflicts within the department.
Recipients of medical marijuana in Massachusetts would be allowed up to 10 ounces for 60 days under proposed rules issued by state health officials.
The fight over dodgeball in Windham, New Hampshire may not be over.
Officers in Roxbury were on patrol when they saw two groups open fire at each other.
Prosecutors told the judge Tuesday they expect the trial to last all summer and possibly through mid-September and they plan to call about 50 witnesses.
School may be held on Good Friday for some districts hampered by a lack of snow days.
A former student at the prestigious Pike School in Andover claims he was sexually abused and raped two decades ago by a then 50-year-old teacher that a lawsuit calls a “serial abuser.”
Since Worcester’s new panhandling ordinance took effect in January, only four arrests have been made.
The president of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology has announced that the school will voluntarily make public some documents related to the prosecution of late Internet freedom activist Aaron Swartz.
A federal appeals court has agreed to a defense request to remove the judge who was set to preside over the trial of accused gangster James “Whitey” Bulger.