A Connecticut man who said he was collecting money for Massachusetts veterans was arrested after being confronted by a police officer in Plainville on Friday.
Dozens of bronze flag holders were stolen from military, police and firefighter graves in Norwood.
A compromise has been forged in Danvers where veterans are upset that a POW/MIA flag outside Town Hall was replaced with a gay pride flag for the month of June.
Army veterans say the crumbling of Iraq’s security forces in the face of crisis is not all that surprising.
Ten New England D-Day veterans received France’s highest honor Friday at the Museum of World War II in Natick.
A thousand Cape Cod residents spent part of their Memorial Day weekend at a 24-hour event in a shopping center to show they care about troops, veterans and their families.
One day after an I-Team investigation questioned practices at a Rhode Island-based veterans’ charity, the Massachusetts attorney general’s office has filed suit against the organization, alleging it uses deceptive fundraising tactics and illegally solicits donations in Massachusetts.
The I-Team found one charity collecting thousands of dollars in donations for veterans, but so far providing no services to them.
State troopers say dozens of military veterans’ grave markers missing from a cemetery were found in a Webster man’s car.
A MassEquality official said Saturday a group of gay military veterans can march under its banner as part of a deal brokered by Boston Mayor Martin Walsh. But marchers from the gay-rights group would not be allowed to wear clothing or hold signs that refer to sexual orientation.