AG's Office Cautions Town Of Dudley Against Vote On Proposed Muslim CemeteryGenevieve Nadeau, the civil rights chief for Attorney General Maura Healey, says that under state law, a community — in this case, the town of Dudley — can't "prohibit, regulate, or restrict the use of land or structures for religious purposes."
Teachers Hold Fundraiser To Replace School Supplies Lost In Lawrence FireThe Lawrence Teachers Union and the American Federation of Teachers have started a fundraiser for students who lost supplies in a recent fire at a school.
Keller @ Large: Next Time The Weather's Bad, Slow DownJon says he doesn't want drivers to make him have to come yell at them about this again.
4 Fraternities At Tufts University Suspended After Hazing AccusationsFour fraternities at Tufts University are under investigation and suspended after accusations of hazing and sexual misconduct.
3 Mass. Natives Missing In Deadly Oakland Warehouse BlazeAt least three people from Massachusetts are feared dead in the massive warehouse fire in Oakland.
Pedestrian Fatally Hit By Truck Near Hingham CourthouseA woman has died after she was hit by a pickup truck outside a courthouse on the South Shore.
Authorities Search For Lawrence Nightclub Arson SuspectPolice are looking for an arson suspect captured on surveillance video outside of a Lawrence nightclub on Sunday evening.
Despite Injury, Skydiving Santa Switch Saves Quincy's 'Santa Jump'A skydiving Santa was injured, but a backup rushed in to greet kids in Quincy last Saturday.
Lawrence Teen Held Without Bail In Decapitation Of ClassmateA Lawrence teen charged in the murder of a classmate whose headless body was found last week was arraigned Monday.
Boston Students Walk Out Of Classes To Protest TrumpMore than 200 Boston students walked out of classes to protest some of President-elect Donald Trump's proposed policies.
Resource Center At Cambridge City Hall Aims To Help Residents After 'Devastating' FireHelping agencies gather at Cambridge City Hall for residents affected by Saturday's fire.
New Mass. Marijuana Law Won't Produce Revenue First Year, Officials SayMassachusetts officials aren't expecting any quick financial windfall from the state's new recreational marijuana law.