Fire Destroys 5 Buildings In Waltham Apartment ComplexA massive early-morning fire destroyed an Elm Street apartment complex that was under construction Sunday.
92-Year-Old Natick Veteran Still Serves His CommunityA World War 2 veteran who spent at least 30 years preserving the memory of his comrades in arms received some well-deserved recognition Saturday.
Newburyport Man On A Mission To Return A Purple HeartThomas Fowler said he wants nothing more than to return the medal to Wandover's family no matter how far away they may live.
Planners For The Boston Pops 4th Of July Fireworks Blast Say They're ReadyFinal preparations are underway for the 4th of July Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular in Boston.
Summer Has Arrived In BostonBostonians were out and about on Sunday enjoying the warm weather.
Pete Frates To Be Honored In Baseball Hall Of FameFormer Boston College baseball player and inspiration for the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Pete Frates received a special honor at Fenway Park.
Bella Bond's Father Testifies, The Murder Trial Resumes MondayBella Bond's biological father is back on the witness stand in the trial of the man accused of murdering his daughter, Bella Bond.
Worcester Middle School Laundry Program Keeps Kids In ClassAt the Sullivan Middle School in Worcester, administrators are taking a clean, fresh approach to help deal with absenteeism.
Departed Members Of Boston Police Department Honored At Memorial ServiceHundreds of members of the Boston Police Department gathered at Mount Hope Cemetery Sunday morning to honor their fellow law enforcement officers who have died this year.
Lawrence Garage Fire Spreads To Three Nearby BuildingsSix people were forced out of their home after a fire spread from a Lawrence auto garage to three other buildings Monday morning.
Man Found Dead Inside Harvard Dental School LabA hazmat team was called in after a man was found dead inside the Harvard School of Dental Medicine in the Longwood area of Boston.
'We Can't Afford It': Frates Family Struggles To Keep Up With Cost Of ALS CarePete Frates and his family have helped raise more than $250 million for ALS research. But the Frates family is struggling financially as medical bills pile up.