Report: Stress, Overtime, Disease Contribute To 2.8 Million Workers’ Deaths Per YearYour job may be killing you. A new report from the United Nations says stress from work, excessive hours and occupational disease are responsible for nearly 2.8 million deaths every year.
Man In 'Periodic Drinker' Shirt Charged For DWI Hit-And-Run On I-93A man wearing a shirt that says “Periodic Drinker” faces charges of driving while intoxicated on I-93 in New Hampshire and hitting other cars.
Lego Releases Braille Bricks To Teach Blind And Visually Impaired ChildrenThe bricks will allow children to learn the touch writing system through play.
City Of Leominster Offers Free Coffee For Pothole ReportsThe city of Leominster is encouraging residents to report potholes by offering free coffee.
Marking Tires With Chalk To Enforce Parking Rules Is Unconstitutional, Court RulesMarking tires to enforce parking rules is like entering property without a search warrant, a federal court said.
Side By Side: Loose Dogs Stick Together, Trailed By Tewksbury PoliceVideo shows the dogs seemingly joined at the hip.
Pink Moon Set To Illuminate The Skies On FridayMoon gazers be ready!
Survey: Reese's Peanut Butter Chocolate Eggs Are Massachusetts' Favorite Easter CandyEaster is just days away and a new survey says one holiday treat is way more popular than the rest.
Study: Men’s Beards Contain More Germs Than Dog's FurFive months after a study found men with beards to be more attractive, a new report suggests a man's beard contains more germs than dogs carry in their fur.
Study Sings The Praises Of Choir Membership For Lonely AdultsOlder adults singing in a choir for six months felt less lonely.
Police: Driver 'Panicked And Crashed' After Spotting Spider In CarA driver in upstate New York was injured Wednesday when she crashed after seeing a spider and panicking, police said.
Report: Amazon Workers May Be Listening To What You Tell AlexaWhen customers speak to Alexa, Amazon's artificial intelligence-powered virtual assistant, somebody may be listening in, according to a new report.