Woman Sues Worcester Over Police Treatment Of Autistic SonShe alleges that two police officers pinned her 10-year-old autistic son to the ground with their knees on his neck and legs and broke a bone in his arm.
MassDOT Removes 'TRUMP 2020' Graffiti From Route 44 In Carver And MiddleboroMassachusetts Department of Transportation crews covered several areas of Route 44 where someone painted “TRUMP 2020” on the busy road using yellow paint.
'Please Help!': FedEx Driver Stranded Overnight In Maine After Truck Gets StuckIt was almost a "Tom Hanks in Castaway" situation.
Hurricane Teddy To Stir Up Wind, Waves On Massachusetts CoastSeas rarely get this rough in our area, anyone needing to be on the water Tuesday should heed all precautions.
Mitt Romney Says He Would Vote On President Trump's Supreme Court NomineeTrump is set to announce his pick on Saturday, setting off a monumental Senate battle with Democrats, who contend it’s too close to the November election.
'Things Will Be A Little Different': Sam Adams Faneuil Hall Tap Room ReopeningThe Sam Adams Tap Room at Faneuil Hall will reopen on Wednesday after closing in July because of an influx of out-of-state visitors during the coronavirus pandemic.
Reading Police Search For Man Who Tried To Lure 11-Year-Old Girl Into CarReading Police are trying to identify a man who’s accused of trying to lure an 11-year-old girl into his car Monday afternoon.
Somerville Man Dies In New Hampshire Rock Climbing AccidentA Somerville man was killed in a rock climbing accident in New Hampshire.
Coronavirus In Massachusetts: Today's DevelopmentsThe latest developments concerning coronavirus in Massachusetts, updated throughout the day.
Signs For New Massachusetts Exit Numbers Will Start Going Up In OctoberChange is coming soon to Massachusetts highway exit numbers.
Providence College Issues Stay At Home Order Due To Coronavirus OutbreakProvidence College is the latest institution dealing with a growing coronavirus outbreak.
UMass Memorial Builds Stockpile For Potential Coronavirus SurgeWhile local Covid-19 numbers remained under control this summer, it gave the UMass Memorial team time to catch up in building a stockpile for a potential fall surge.
State Questions Remote Learning In Districts With Low Rates Of CoronavirusThe state is pressuring some school districts to get students back in the classroom.
Resident Of Chelsea Soldiers' Home Tests Positive For Coronavirus A 2nd TimeA resident of a veterans care center in Massachusetts has tested positive for the coronavirus for a second time, state health officials announced Monday.
Employee Hit And Killed By Bus At Charlestown MBTA FacilityA veteran MBTA employee was struck and killed by a bus in Charlestown Monday morning.