Pamela Smart knows the hate she’s felt from the public since her 1991 conviction for the conspiracy to murder her husband Gregg has never weakened.
Speaking from a maximum security prison in New York where she has been held for the last 23 years, Pamela Smart is adamant about her guilt – and also her innocence.
Inspectors found serious violations in more than 1,300 Boston restaurants.
A Boston hotel doorman helped a sick child from Washington, D.C. get a special new friend.
A historic vote in Ireland Friday could make that country the first nation in the world to legalize same sex marriage by popular vote.
An impressive class for honors students at Lowell High School combines science and business and they’re taking advantage of a resource right in their own neighborhood.
An Uber driver with some serious singing skills is serenading unsuspecting passengers as he takes them around Boston.
Workers are rushing to get the state’s first slots parlor ready for its grand opening on June 24.
Marquis Taylor started a student mentoring program called “Coaching 4 Change” to help students grow in and out of the classroom.
A local consumer magazine found that sometimes a seemingly great discount, isn’t a discount at all.