Same-sex marriages began in Rhode Island on Thursday, as local officials for the first time issued marriage licenses to gay couples who wish to wed in the state.
Dozens of climate activists have been arrested at a rally protesting a coal-fired power plant in Somerset.
Two new restaurants in Hyde Park are among small businesses the city is investing in near MBTA stations.
Congressman Stephen Lynch will hold a public safety meeting Monday night at the Tynan School in South Boston to discuss the murder of Amy Lord.
Investigators visited a West Roxbury home on Saturday belonging to a man arrested earlier this week after taking photos in front of Secretary of State John Kerry’s Beacon Hill home.
The future of regional grocery store Market Basket is being decided in Andover.
The stars of “R.I.P.D. Rest In Peace Department” have enjoyed giving Massachusetts a piece of the movie-making pie.
Overseas adoptions can be difficult but it has been made more so for a Dedham family.
A gesture by a customer at Heav’nly Donuts in Amesbury triggered a chain reaction on Saturday that presumably led to a lot of smiles.
A judge who has presided over most of the litigation stemming from the Sept. 11 attacks will decide whether the owners of the World Trade Center can try to make aviation companies pay billions of dollars in damages.