Retired Falmouth Doctor Sues State For Right To DieDr. Roger Kligler says he isn't sure how much longer he can survive, and wants to be able to end his suffering and his life when the time comes.
Cars, Road Barriers From Failed Boston IndyCar Event Sold At AuctionA local man now owns a piece of failed Boston history.
Boston Fire Department Counselors Travel To Support Orlando FirefightersCounselors from the Boston Fire Department have left for Orlando to work with firefighters who responded to the massacre inside Pulse nightclub.
Andrea Doria Shipwreck More Badly Deteriorated Than ExpectedUndersea explorers say the wreckage of the Andrea Doria off Nantucket appears more badly deteriorated than previous sonar images suggested.
Winthrop Elementary Student Finds Needle On Boston School BusBoston Public School officials say they're investigating after an elementary school student found a hypodermic needle on a school bus.
Red Sox Equipment Truck Departs For Fort MyersSnow is on the ground, but spring is in the air in Boston.
CO Leak In Newton School Puts 2 In HospitalFirefighters were called to the Franklin Elementary School on Derby Street just before 7 a.m. for an incident in the boiler room.
Quincy Marina Fire Sinks Several Boats, Damages OthersSmoke could be seen for miles over Captain's Cove Marina.
Court Order On Pot Smell And Driving Called Dangerous By Police ChiefAt least one police chief is complaining that the decision “handcuffs” officers in the war against drugs.
Video Captures Purse Theft In Walmart Parking Lot; Teen ArrestedSurveillance video captured a brazen theft in New Hampshire.
Mayor Declares April 15 'One Boston Day'From now on, April 15 will be known as “One Boston Day” in the city.
Mayor Walsh Addresses Education, Olympics In First State Of The City SpeechMayor 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.