Massachusetts Is Getting Over $1 Billion To Improve Highway Bridges In Poor And Fair ConditionMore than $1 billion in federal funding will flow into Massachusetts over the next five years to upgrade thousands of highway bridges.
Zac Brown Band Announces Fenway Park Concert This SummerIs it really summer if the Zac Brown Band isn't playing at Fenway Park?
More Than 150 People Relocated From Mass And Cass Tents To Temporary Housing, Mayor Wu SaysBoston Mayor Michelle Wu says the city has found temporary housing for 154 people who had been living in tents in the area known as Mass and Cass.
Report Finds 'Millionaire Tax' In Massachusetts Would Raise $1.3 Billion; Some High Earners May Leave StateThe proposed tax on millionaires "could raise a meaningful amount of money" - but also comes with side effects.
'A Kick In The Ribs': Boston Restaurants Prepare For New COVID Vaccine RequirementsRestaurants in Boston are preparing for yet another change in how they operate during the COVID pandemic.
HulovoX Children's Robe Sold On Amazon Recalled Over Burn RiskA recall has been issued for children’s bathrobes that were sold on Amazon.
Navient Settles Predatory Student Loan Claims; Massachusetts Borrowers To Get More Than $41 Million In ReliefNavient, a large student loan servicer, has settled allegations of predatory lending practices for $1.85 billion.
'It Looks Like Hell Is Getting A Facelift,' Boston Clears Out Remaining Tents Along Mass And CassThe city of Boston cleared out all of the remaining tents Wednesday for people living near the area known as Mass and Cass.
State Police Warn Drivers To Look Out For Fraudulent QR Codes On Parking MetersPolice said the scam, which was discovered in Texas, involved fraudulent QR code stickers placed on parking meters as a “quick pay” option.
Massachusetts Higher Education Commissioner Carlos Santiago To Step DownCarlos Santiago plans to step down in June at the end of the current academic year.
Gov. Baker Commutes First-Degree Murder Convictions For William Allen, Thomas KoonceCharlie Baker has announced he's commuted the first-degree murder convictions of Thomas Koonce and William Allen to second-degree murder, making each immediately eligible for parole.
Cold Weather, Broken Heating System Forces Quincy Food Pantry To CloseThe Interfaith Food Pantry in Quincy was deemed unsafe because the heating system failed.
Water Main Breaks Floods Milk Street In Boston On Coldest Day Of SeasonA massive water main break flooded part of the financial district in Boston early Tuesday morning.
Massachusetts Named Best State To Raise A Family, According To New RankingAmericans can't do any better than Massachusetts when it comes to picking the right place to raise a family, according to a new ranking.
Icy, Frigid Morning Commute Puts MBTA Trains To The TestMany commuters got an early start but were pleasantly surprised when there weren't many weather-related delays.