D&J Ironworks faces $58,000 in fines as OSHA blames a fatal nine-alarm Back Bay fire on the company’s welding workers.
Several children at Boston’s Children Hospital were on life support with possible cases of the virus, doctors said.
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A collection of letters John F. Kennedy sent to the family of a lost PT-109 crewmate have sold for $200,000 at an auction.
September 20, 2014 Today he is known as the man with the cowboy hat who helped save lives at the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings. Carlos Arredondo is a Boston Marathon hero! But, long before that […]
A man was photographed sitting on his scooter inside an Orange Line train recently, and MBTA Transit Police responded with a tweet about rider etiquette.
Firefighters have not yet established the cause of a fire that killed one person in North Attleboro.
The Boston Cup Car Show takes place Sunday on Boston Common where there will be more than $100 million worth of cars on display.
Former Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis’ 65-page report says Amherst police were “overwhelmed and unprepared.”
The Yoplait yogurt factory will close its doors, leading to layoffs for employees in Methuen.