More potentially deadly undetonated fireworks are turning up in communities across Massachusetts.
People in Ware have found at least eight unexploded fireworks shells on the ground since the display on June 30. Two of them went off after a park worker drove a lawnmower over them. Ware is not the only town dealing with this problem.
A couple of photographers and animal lovers are taking a trip they hope makes a difference.
Hundreds of parents of elementary school students in Westford were incorrectly told their children had skipped class on Friday.
National Grid is facing a wrongful death lawsuit in a fatal accident on Interstate 495 last year.
The school district used up all their snow days when it was hit by Hurricane Irene, and then the freak October snowstorm.
First it was Hurricane Irene, then a freak October snowstorm. Westford had used all their snow days by Halloween.
Five police departments including the State Police just got a big grant with money aimed at helping their four legged officers.
A new bill filed on Beacon Hill proposes harsher penalties against young drivers who are caught with marijuana and/or alcohol.
State Police say the teen was driving his mother’s SUV and reached speeds of up to 95 miles per hour.