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Kids and adults were able to channel their inner duck at the public garden for the annual Duckling Day Parade on Sunday.
Thousands of people including crime victims’ families, law enforcement and political leaders have joined in Boston’s annual Mother’s Day Walk for Peace.
A Concord man survived the Nepal earthquake that killed several thousand people in late April.
Investigators are asking the public for cell phone photos and video after one person died during a stabbing inside a New Hampshire nightclub.
Transit police have arrested a Jamaica Plain teenager accused of “train surfing” and are warning the public that the stunt can be deadly.
It’s National Nurses Week, and one former patient pulled out all the stops Thursday for nurses at Massachusetts General Hospital.
A Brockton man has been charged in a police chase that led to a crash in Avon, killing two passengers and injuring two others.
A New Hampshire woman says thieves stole her wallet and managed to rack up more than $20,000 in charges in about two hours.
Red Sox owner John Henry remains optimistic with his team despite their 12-14 record.
Members of St. Frances X. Cabrini will testify to keep the church open.