Sixty-two years after Herb Raffelson, 81, last walked in his high school, he finally received his diploma from a Boston high school.
When retired Navy Lt. Commander Paul Siemens asked the Greenfield Police Department for a way to attend the town’s Memorial Day parade, officers heeded the call.
Peter Castillo, of Salem, is expected to be arraigned on first-degree murder charges Tuesday in the death of a 22-year-old U.S. Army veteran.
Bill Kleinedler isn’t just an artist, he’s a survivor. Seven years ago as an Army Staff Sergeant in Iraq, the Humvee that he was driving was blown up.
The father of a U.S. Marine killed in the line of duty received a replacement Purple Heart Friday morning.
They met with about a dozen people who have lost one or both legs from the marathon blasts.
A stranger left a note on her car with $40 in it. She posted a picture of the note on Facebook and it has gone viral.
An Army veteran is facing a criminal charge after a confrontation with a controversial political group on a Northboro sidewalk last week.
The World War II veteran passed away on Sunday from pneumonia.
His son, John Mayo, 76, has the drawings his father made as the Americas of the Yankee Division careened about the front, butting bloody heads with the Germans. Frederick Mayo was bayoneted in the arm.