From now on, April 15 will be known as “One Boston Day” in the city.
Mayor Martin Walsh is expect to outline his plans for a “thriving, healthy and innovative” Boston as he delivers his first State of the City address.
The delivery man for Guard Oil pumped the 27 gallons of home heating oil into a home Tuesday.
The company believes the app should speed up lines because users won’t have to wait for change or for credit cards to be processed.
A longtime friend of a Lynn cancer patient has been charged with switching out her medications.
The shooting of a Beverly police officer last month was the result of a perceived affair, the Essex District Attorney confirmed Thursday.
National Grid is giving a little more leeway to customers struggling to pay their bills.
Boston Cardinal Sean O’Malley on Wednesday marked the 10th anniversary of the start of the clergy sex abuse crisis by reflecting on the enduring pain of the scandal.
Westford school officials are getting tough on classroom holiday parties.
It’s being advertised online as the “For Us Women’s Expo” at the Radisson Hotel in Manchester December 10 and 11. The hotel says the expo doesn’t exist.