It’s a day to honor another of Boston’s greatest sports champions.
Carl Yastrzemski always was a man of very few words, hardly showing any emotion during his playing days.
They are calling it a Christmas miracle of sorts at a Hopkinton assisted living center.
Some of the biggest names in boxing history are expected in Brockton this weekend for the official unveiling of a giant statue of boxing champion Rocky Marciano.
A tractor trailer, with police escort, pulled up to Rocky Marciano stadium Thursday on the campus of Brockton High School. Inside, in huge crates, was the statue of Rocky Marciano himself.
A woman accused of using a bucket of yellow paint to deface a Civil War memorial in front of the State House has been sent for a 20-day mental health evaluation.
Witnesses saw the suspect throwing yellow paint on the Shaw Memorial.
Organizers broke ground Saturday on a statue to honor Brockton-born boxing legend Rocky Marciano.
The long-deserved statue of Celtics legend Bill Russell will stand in City Hall Plaza, Boston Mayor Tom Menino announced Monday.