Boston Police Officer Stops To Throw Batting Practice With ChildBoston Police posted a photo to their Facebook page Tuesday of an officer who stopped to make a child's day last weekend.
Dead Basking Shark Found Floating In Boston HarborThe carcass of a basking shark was found floating near the Black Falcon Cruise Terminal in South Boston Tuesday morning.
Virgin Mary Statue Vandalized In South BostonThe head and hands of a Virgin Mary statue in South Boston were vandalized Friday.
Phantom Gourmet: Worden Hall In South BostonThis is what happens when a little Upstate New York, a bit of Chicago, and a sprinkle of the Deep South all come together in South Boston.
General Electric Announces Location For Boston HeadquartersThe company will move into a 2.5-acre property along Necco Street in the Seaport District that includes existing buildings and new construction.
South Boston St. Patrick's Day Parade Proves Rich In Energy, TraditionThere were bagpipers, horses and folks wearing funny hats all decked in green.
Police: Molotov Cocktail Thrown Into South Boston HomePolice are investigating after a makeshift Molotov cocktail was thrown through a window at a home in South Boston.
At Annual St. Patrick's Day Breakfast, Mass. Political Leaders Crack JokesA who's who of state political leaders cracked jokes at each other's expenses at the annual breakfast.
Coyote Spotted In South Boston StreetsPolice are warning South Boston residents after a coyote was seen running through a city neighborhood.
South Boston St. Patrick's Day Parade Organizers Filing Lawsuit For Shortened RouteOrganizers of the South Boston St. Patrick's Day parade are filing a lawsuit Monday saying the city shortening the parade route violates their First Amendment Rights.
Keller @ Large: Linda Dorcena Forry Talks St. Patrick's Day BreakfastMassachusetts State Senator Linda Dorcena Forry talked with Jon about the St. Patrick's Day breakfast in South Boston, as well as her ride share legislation.
Boston Shortens Route Of Annual St. Patrick's Day ParadeA decision by Boston's mayor and police commissioner to shorten the city's annual St. Patrick's Day parade route is not sitting well with organizers.