It took more than 40 years, but today Tom Roy finally holds his Purple Heart.
Memorial Day flag planting tradition at the Boston Common to commemorate men and women in the service.
Lt. Gov. Timothy Murray is set to meet business leaders to discuss efforts to save the six Massachusetts military bases from federal plans to cut $487 billion from the defense budget over the next 10 years. The cuts caused Murray to sign an executive order in February creating the Military Asset and Security Strategy Task Force charged with crafting a strong case to protect Massachusetts bases.
The cheetah-robot can run 18 miles per hour and has already broken the record for the fastest legged robot ever.
A group from Milford called “Thanks to Yanks” is putting on a free magic show. They are hoping audience members bring an item to send to the troops overseas.
Forty-one years after Harvard University banned the military’s Reserve Officer Training Corps program from campus, the school welcomed it back on Tuesday.
Friends and family are remembering a Wilmington soldier who was killed under mysterious circumstances.
Former Rhode Island Congressman Patrick Kennedy is trying to unite neuroscientists, government and advocacy groups to improve funding and research in brain science, in what he calls a “moonshot to inner space.”
Senator John Kerry is calling on Yale University to follow the lead of Harvard University and welcome the military’s Reserve Officer Training Corps back to campus.
A Camp Pendleton Marine has been returned to custody serve out the remainder of a prison sentence following reinstatement of his conviction in the murder of an Iraqi man. Lt. Col. Joseph Kloppel confirmed Friday that Sgt. Lawrence Hutchins III is back in the brig.