Like so many people who rely on public transportation, young people are outraged over proposed fare hikes and service cuts designed to help the cash-strapped MBTA.
A Catholic church in Waltham plans to hold a service that includes prayer for the safe return of missing Boston College student Franco Garcia.
The family is now working with a private investigator in their search for answers in the disappearance of Franco Garcia.
Parishioners at a Roman Catholic church in Massachusetts that’s been in vigil since 2005 to protest its closure have been locked out of the church building.
Family and friends of a college football player killed by police plan a vigil marking the one-year anniversary of his death.
The boiler at St. James the Great in Wellesley has been shut down after being deemed unsafe by the church’s insurance company.
A freshman Republican House lawmaker has allowed a spending bill to move forward after winning a verbal agreement from the Patrick administration.
The people of Ipswich remembered Tony Woo for his generosity.
The University of New Hampshire held an emotional tribute Wednesday to a member of their college football team who was murdered while home on spring break.
Bostonians plan to show their sympathy and support Monday night, for the victims of Japan’s devastating earthquake and tsunami.