Boston Mayor Marty Walsh is making an effort to make more information from City Hall easily available to the people of Boston.
A man who worked in the I.T. Department at Portsmouth, New Hampshire School Department is facing charges for allegedly soliciting an underage girl online.
Cyberchondria is a growing trend in which a person spends hour after hour online reading health websites, self-diagnosing, and stressing out.
More Massachusetts banks and credit unions are offering mobile check deposits, letting customers use their mobile phones to take pictures of paper checks to deposit money.
Teen drivers could take online driver education courses instead of attending driving school to get their driver’s licenses in New Hampshire under a bill being considered by the Senate.
Nine students at Dean College have been expelled after a student was beaten up in an attack that was recorded on video.
Meeting people and becoming friends isn’t like it used to be. While there are still chance meet ups and introductions by friends, more people are meeting online first.
With rising costs for health care and higher deductibles, many patients are looking for ways to save money. A growing trend is to order your own lab tests online.
On Thursday, Massachusetts retailers were expected to be on Beacon Hill pushing a bill that adds the state’s sales tax onto online purchases.
When it comes to paying bills, most of us aren’t interested in paying any more than we have to. But some companies are charging consumers an extra fee, if they pay their bill on that company’s website, or on the phone.