Exactly one month after the Boston Marathon bombings, a couple of small groups of walkers set out to honor the victims and raise money for recoveries.
The Massachusetts Department of Transportation said the Friday before Mother’s Day was the worst traffic day of 2012.
It happened around 6:45 a.m. on Cambridge Street, near Brighton Avenue and North Beacon, close to the Jackson Mann School.
Dive teams recovered the body of a missing 10-year-old boy who drowned Friday evening.
The New Hampshire-based family of a journalist missing in Syria is speaking about him at a Boston event celebrating “World Press Freedom Day.”
Hundreds of people were expected to turn out at some point on Saturday to participate in a pub crawl along the last half-mile of the Boston Marathon route.
The City Of Boston is providing counseling and other resources to people impacted by Monday’s Boston Marathon bombings.
An independent research group says MBTA employees are paid far above the scale of other state employees and it’s the key reason the agency is in debt.
Instead of tending to patients Thursday, nurses at the Quincy Medical Center are walking a picket line.
The Lawrence City Council says it’s pretty obvious local cab drivers have never had “Miss Manners” as a fare.