'I Played It All Morning': Fortnite Fans Gather For Season 5 LaunchIt was a beautiful day in New England, so why wasn’t the usual crowd gathered around the basketball hoop outside? Blame Fortnite's new Season Five.
$25,000 Bail Set For Serial Child Rapist Wayne ChapmanA judge denied prosecutors’ request to hold a dangerousness hearing for serial child rapist Wayne Chapman.
City Council Considers Allowing Non-Citizens To Vote In BostonThere has been strong reaction to a controversial new idea to allow non-citizens to vote in Boston elections.
Tree Worker Falls 50 Feet, Dies In RowleyA man working for a tree service company fell 50 feet out a tree in Rowley Thursday morning and died.
Ex-Mob Boss 'Cadillac' Frank Salemme And Associate Paul Weadick Guilty Of MurderFormer mob boss Francis “Cadillac Frank” Salemme and an associate have been found guilty in the 1993 killing of a Boston nightclub owner.
Student Says He Was Forced To Miss Last Day Of School Because Bullies Called Him A ThreatSchool administrators and police told Cosmo Casamassa not to attend the last day of school because another student called the 16-year-old a threat.
'This Isn't How Your Story Ends': Woman Who Fought Off Attacker Talks About EscapeThe woman who fought off an attacker in Bridgewater is talking about the terrifying ordeal.
Lynn Residents Call For Protective Barriers After Car Slams Into ApartmentPolice say the 72-year-old woman behind the wheel thought she was hitting the brakes, when instead she hit the accelerator.
Chelmsford Has Change Of Heart On Forbidden Flag DisplayThe banning of an American flag display in Chelmsford prompted a public outcry. Supporters have since added hundreds of more flags.
Nashua Woman Reunited With Dog Stolen From CarA woman's dog was stolen from her car when she was running an errand in Nashua, New Hampshire.
Man Facing Child Rape Charges Allegedly Hid Cameras In Restaurant BathroomProsecutors say Tze Chung recorded inside a bathroom for years at Taam China restaurant in Brookline.
Boston Globe Takes Accuser To Court Over Sexually Inappropriate Text AllegationsThe Boston Globe is taking a former employee to court, demanding she provides more information about the context around an inappropriate text message.