A Quincy couple has been indicted on charges in the death of their infant daughter in Marshfield two years ago.
Because of Hurricane Sandy, FEMA is redrawing the floodplain maps up and down the Eastern Seaboard.
Massachusetts health and fishery officials have closed several oyster beds on the South Shore because of potential bacteria contamination.
After being seriously wounded in Afghanistan, a soldier returns home.
A scientific search party fanned out today along the Massachusetts coast looking for unwanted and potentially dangerous visitors.
A baby boy was born in his parents’ car after heavy flooding prevented mom and dad from getting to the hospital in time.
The Dinon family flew with John Campbell because their daughter needed to be evaluated for a liver transplant in Pittsburgh.
The town urged residents on the ocean to evacuate before the morning tide, the third in a series carrying high winds and seas.
Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick called the amount of debris and rocks tossed onto Scituate’s waterfront roads by the weekend storm “extraordinary.”
The threat of coastal flooding prompted Marshfield police to issue a Code Red Alert, asking coastal residents to self evacuate to safe place for next two high tides.