Ex-Boston Officer Patrick Rose Stayed On Force Despite Abuse AllegationActing Mayor Kim Janey plans to release police files from a child rape investigation involving former officer and union chief Patrick Rose.
Community Leaders Concerned About Violence, Fewer COVID RestrictionsRuth Zakarin of the Massachusetts Coalition to Prevent Gun Violence says efforts need to be made to make sure educational recreational, and job opportunities return for kids.
BMC Cancels Vaccine Appointments After Registration Link 'Inappropriately Shared On Social Media'Boston Medical Center said a COVID vaccine appointment link for city residents was shared “inappropriately” on social media, prompting the cancellation of some scheduled shots.
Baker Says RMV Inspection Delay Needs To Be Solved 'By The End Of The Week'Governor Charlie Baker said Monday he expects the vehicle inspection system at the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles to be up and running again "by the end of the week."
FEMA Now Accepting Applications For COVID Funeral AssistancePeople who have lost loved ones to the coronavirus can now apply to be reimbursed for funeral expenses.
Rally Calls For Asian Studies To Be Added To School Curriculum In MassachusettsA crowd gathered on the Boston Common Sunday speaking out against recent anti-Asian hate crimes and calling for Asian studies in schools.
Dorchester Grandmother Killed By Stray Bullet While Sitting On Porch Identified As Delois BrownBoston Police identified the Dorchester grandmother who was killed by a stray bullet while sitting on her front porch as 73-year-old Delois Brown.
Dorchester Grandmother Killed In Shooting While Sitting On Her Front PorchA grandmother in her mid-70s was shot and killed in Dorchester on Saturday while sitting on her front porch, according to the Boston Police Department.
Warm Spring Weather Revives Outdoor Dining At North End RestaurantsThe burst of foot traffic and appetite for outdoor dining come as a relief for North End restaurant owners.
Prince Philip And Queen Elizabeth II Had A Memorable Trip To Boston In July 1976Prince Philip, who died Friday at the age of 99, made at least two trips to Boston in his lifetime.
Firefighters Rescue Woman And Dog Stuck In Mud In East BostonFirefighters rescued a woman who became stuck in the mud Thursday while searching for sea glass near Constitution Beach in East Boston.
Restaurants Begin Reopening After Year Of HibernationSome restaurants that made the decision to hibernate during the pandemic are now opening back up.
Country Star Kane Brown To Perform At TD Garden In January 2022Brown announced on Thursday that his new "Blessed & Free Tour" will make a stop at TD Garden next year on January 14.
USS Constitution Museum Reopens To The PublicThe USS Constitution Museum reopened to the public on Thursday, which happens to mark the 45th anniversary of the museum's initial opening.
Sam Adams Offers Beer Money To Those Who Get COVID Vaccine Next WeekIf you get your COVID vaccine next week, you could get a free beer to celebrate.