High School students are pledging to give up their phones for 30 days to raise money for cancer research.
A lawyer for an associate of former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez charged as an accessory to murder says his client was just “along for the ride.”
Lisa Gordon rolled up her sleeve for a flu shot Monday, finally prompted by a Center for Disease report that flu is now widespread in Massachusetts.
BTA Red Line trains were halted Thursday during rush hour after a suspicious item was discovered on board a train at Park Street station.
For the second time in a matter of months, a memorial to a Navy Seal killed in action has been vandalized in New Hampshire.
The busy 4th of July week in picturesque Wolfeboro is even busier this year thanks to their most famous summer resident, presidential candidate Mitt Romney.
A school bus driver was arrested for operating under the influence after a crash on Monday afternoon.
A man accused of driving the wrong way on I-495 and causing a fatal accident over the weekend has not been charged yet in the incident.
New Hampshire’s public health director says officials suspect an Exeter Hospital employee misusing drugs led to an outbreak of hepatitis C among patients who were treated at hospital’s cardiac catheterization lab.
A Gloucester woman and her dog escaped a car moments before it was crushed by a large tree on Tuesday.