The judge in a year-long custody battle over a Connecticut teen has awarded permanent custody to the Massachusetts Department of Children and Families.
Firearms are being accepted anonymously at district police stations and designated sites.
A retired Cambridge police officer charged in a hit and run crash in Boston says he didn’t realize he had struck a person with his car on Wednesday morning.
More than 200 participants will march 36 feet from one West Boylston pub to another in a very small St. Patrick’s Day parade.
Construction is set to begin in Plainville on the first major gambling facility in Massachusetts.
Worcester Polytechnic is responding to disturbing accusations made anonymously online.
U.S. Rep. Stephen Lynch is again calling for the release of additional documents related to the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks.
Charter school advocates are urging state lawmakers to allow for the expansion of the schools in underperforming urban school districts.
More than 3,500 police officers will patrol this year’s Boston Marathon, more than double the number deployed last year, when two bombs exploded near the finish line, killing three people and injuring more than 260.
The judge in the trial of former Massachusetts Probation Department commissioner John O’Brien has recused himself.