Charles River Receives Strong Water Quality GradeBoston's "dirty water" may not be so dirty after all, according to the grade given by the Environmental Protection Agency.
Revere Beach Sandsculpting Competition UnderwayThe 2016 International Sandsculpting Festival is in full swing, bringing in competitors from across the country and beyond.
Three Rescued From Choppy Waters After Boat Overturns In DuxburyTwo sailors and a would-be rescuer had to be pulled to safety by after they were spotted struggling in the choppy surf off Massasoit Road Monday morning.
Animal Advocates Sit In Hot Car To Illustrate DangerA bill gaining traction on Beacon Hill would allow first responders and civilians to break into cars when they see an animal in distress.
Bidders Tour Crumbling Westboro State Hospital SiteThirty-six of the property's 100 acres, containing 64 crumbling buildings, a series of tunnels, and a lot of open space, are being sold by the town of Westboro.
Items From Whitey Bulger Collection On Display In Advance Of AuctionBidders interested in buying items that belonged to convicted gangster James “Whitey” Bulger got a close up look at the collection Friday, a day before the auction begins.
Bicyclist Dies After Being Struck By Truck In CambridgeInman Square was shut down Thursday afternoon after a cyclist was struck by a truck.
Man Accused In Revere Beach Hammer Attack Held For Dangerousness HearingThe Revere man police say assaulted a group of teens and young men with a hammer while yelling racial slurs in a dispute over a football Sunday was arraigned Monday in Chelsea District Court.
Young Woman Found Dead In East Boston GarageConstruction workers found a young woman dead in a garage Wednesday and police say the death is being investigated as suspicious.
New England Governors Discuss Opioid Crisis At Harvard Medical School ForumAll six New England governors say fighting the social stigma associated with addiction is key to battling the opioid crisis raging across the region, claiming thousands of lives.
Auburn Police Officer Ronald Tarentino Remembered As 'Knight In Shining Armor'Police from around the country are among thousands of people in Charlton Friday for the funeral for Auburn police officer Ronald Tarentino, who was recalled as a "cop's cop" and "knight in shining armor."
Hundreds Of Police Officers Attend Wake For Slain Auburn OfficerHundreds of police officers from across the state attended a wake for slain Auburn Police Officer Ronald Tarentino Thursday.