School Shooting Survivors Speak At Harvard Days Before March On WashingtonSurvivors of the deadly school shooting in Parkland, Florida spoke about gun control and civic engagement at a forum at Harvard, Tuesday night.
Mayor, St. Patrick's Day Parade Organizers At Odds Over RouteMayor Marty Walsh announced changes to the annual St. Patrick's Day Parade.
Broken Seawall Worries South Shore Residents As Nor'easter HitsPeople living on the coast were bracing for another tough night, as many are still recovering from last week's nor'easter.
Crews Work To Fix Duxbury Seawall As Next Storm LoomsDuxbury is starting to clean up after the storm, but Wednesday's storm looms.
Superintendent To Retire Early After Ammo Found In School Went UnreportedFacing angry parents and a lot of questions, Medford's school superintendent announced he will retire early.
Medford Principal On Leave After Gun Magazine Found, Not ReportedA principal is now on paid leave after a loaded gun magazine was found inside his school and he didn't report it, authorities said.
Cars Broken Into, Windows Smashed In MiltonPolice say 16 cars were broken into across town.
Some Local Students Say They Are 'Numb' To School ShootingsHigh school students from Newton said they have become numb to the tragic images associated with school shootings.
6-Year-Old Haverhill Girl Dies After Flu DiagnosisA Haverhill first grade student became the first flu-related child death this year.
Marblehead Hockey Coach Charged With Raping ChildA Marblehead youth hockey coach has been indicted on charges that he raped a 9-year-old boy.
Private Pot Club Opens In WorcesterThe state’s first private pot smoking club opened its doors in Worcester on Friday.
Boys Allegedly Killed By Mother Remembered At Brockton VigilAt a vigil Thursday night, the Brockton community remembered the two little boys who prosecutors say were killed by their mother.