Former state probation commissioner John O’Brien has been found guilty in a scheme to rig the agency’s hiring process to favor applicants who had the backing of powerful state legislators, often at the expense of more qualified job candidates.
A man from Ecuador accused of dragging a Milford motorcyclist to his death under his pickup truck was found not guilty Monday of second-degree murder but will serve 12-to-14 years in prison on motor vehicle manslaughter and homicide charges.
What it means, and what happens next.
Whitey Bulger was convicted Monday in a string of 11 murders and other gangland crimes.
Families of feared Boston mob boss, James “Whitey” Bulger, react to the verdict outside the courthouse.
Jurors in the Whitey Bulger trial have been allowed to examine a machine gun that was among a cache of weapons Bulger allegedly hid in South Boston.
Attorneys at the trial of former reputed mob boss James “Whitey” Bulger have been huddling, but it’s unclear why.
Jurors in the trial of Whitey Bulger began deliberations Tuesday in a sweeping racketeering indictment that accuses the reputed crime boss of participating in 19 murders.
New Hampshire’s longest and most complex trial to date on groundwater pollution by the gasoline additive MTBE is far from over.
A jury found a Brockton man guilty of first-degree murder Thursday in two racially motivated killings in 2009.