The latest Kids Count report by the Annie E. Casey Foundation has found that children in Massachusetts are better off than almost anywhere else in the nation.
A 38-year-old man is recovering from head wounds and a concussion after being attacked by a hawk last week in Lakeville.
Six Cape Cod beaches are banning smoking.
Rice is signing copies of her book June 4th at 7 p.m. at the Porter Square Bookstore in Cambridge.
The state’s Division of Animal Health says that for the first time, a cluster of dog flu cases has been found in Massachusetts outside of dog racing tracks.
One city hall is turning to decoy cameras to stop would-be thieves but some city councilors are baffled by decision.
People around the world have sent in handmade scarves for the Marathon Scarf Project.
Trauma experts want those impacted by the marathon bombings to know that healing comes at its own pace.
Levine says the money was a result of more than a week’s worth of work for her girl scouts, including four booth sales held over February vacation.
A group of co-workers in Framingham sparked a Twitter sensation when they shared a nasty email sent out in response to a polite request about their food order.