'Incredibly Frightening': Activist Leaves Dirty Needles Outside Gov. Baker's HomeMassachusetts First Lady Lauren Baker testified Monday about an incident involving protesters who left needles outside her family’s Swampscott home.
Moped Driver Injured In Crash; Providence Police Investigate If He Was Struck By Officer A moped driver is in critical condition following a crash in Providence, Rhode Island on Sunday.
Douglas Woman Charged With Attacking 73-Year-Old Trump SupporterA woman charged with assaulting a Vietnam veteran because he supports President Trump was released on $250 bail Monday.
Coronavirus Second Wave Concerns: Somerville Mayor Says Being Vigilant Could Prevent ShutdownPeople living in high-risk communities for coronavirus are worried about the recent uptick in positive cases.
Man Charged With Trying To Kidnap 11-Year-Old Girl In WorcesterA Hudson man is charged with trying to kidnap an 11-year-old girl in Worcester over the weekend.
Man Who Says He Was Wrongfully Convicted Of Murder FreedThomas Rosa Jr., who spent 34 years behind bars for a killing he maintains he did not commit has been freed while the courts determine whether he should get a new trial.
Massachusetts Reports 827 New Coronavirus Cases, 15 Additional DeathsThe Massachusetts Department of Public Health reported 827 new confirmed coronavirus cases and 15 additional deaths in the state on Monday.
NH Gov. Chris Sununu Calls Mass. Income Tax Decision 'Direct Attack' On StateGov. Chris Sununu is filing a lawsuit over Massachusetts' decision to tax NH residents who worked in Massachusetts before the pandemic.
Thousands Of Massachusetts Residents Will Be Sent A Coronavirus Alert Text MessageThe Wireless Emergency Alert will be sent between 5 p.m. and 10 p.m. in English and Spanish.
Sharon Police Seek Person Caught On Camera Taking Trump Lawn SignSharon Police are looking to identify a person who allegedly destroyed several lawn signs in town.
Warrant Issued For Man Accused Of Voting In New Hampshire And Arizona In 2016An arrest warrant was issued for a 75-year-old man who is charged with voting in two states in the 2016 general election.
Monitor For Sex Abuse Claims At St. Paul's School Quits, Cites RetaliationA monitor appointed to oversee the handling of sexual abuse claims at St. Paul's School in Concord has resigned.
CVS To Hire 15,000 Workers To Address Flu, Coronavirus Needs This WinterCVS Pharmacy is going on a hiring spree.
Mass. Residents Among 5 Hikers Rescued From New Hampshire Mountain TrailThe New Hampshire Department of Fish and Game says five hikers were helped off the Black Angel Trail after the group activated an emergency beacon and called 911.
Massachusetts Delays The Resumption Of Jury TrialsThe earliest potential start date for jury trials will be extended to Nov. 9, Trial Court Chief Justice Paula Carey said in a statement.