State Lost Nearly $1M In Toll-Free Rides To MassDOT Employees Over 6 YearsThe report said the employees--even those who have retired, and outside contractors--have been driving toll-free for years.
Fire Breaks Out In Boston University's College Of CommunicationA three-alarm fire broke out inside the College of Communications at Boston University Friday morning.
Motive Unclear After Worcester Couple Shot And KilledFriends have identified the couple killed in a Worcester shooting, though police have not yet released details behind the shooting.
Lenox State Rep. Proposes Option For Local Gas TaxA Massachusetts lawmaker’s proposal would allow cities and towns to levy a gas tax at the local level.
Boston Symphony Loans Patrons iPads For 'Casual Fridays'As part of an effort to draw in a younger audience, the Boston Symphony Orchestra is loaning select patrons iPads loaded with content specific to each performance.
Man Killed In Gloucester House FireA man living by himself was killed in a fire at his home in Gloucester early Monday morning.
Veteran Sleeps Outside State House To Raise Awareness Of Plight Of HomelessRetired Army Specialist Stephen Bohn and his dog Minnie wrapped themselves in blankets and sat outside the State House Thursday in an effort to raise awareness about the plight of homeless veterans.
MBTA Board Weighing Fare Hike OptionsThe hikes are one of the proposed options the organization is considering to bridge a budget gap of over $240 million.
Brookline-Newton South Squares Off With Cambridge In Winter ClassicThe game was played Thursday morning at the top of Larz Anderson Park on Newton Street in Brookline.
MassDOT Showcases Arsenal Of Snow-Removing EquipmentThe department has 4,000 pieces of equipment, including snow-melting machines that destroy 120 tons of snow and ice an hour.
Gingerbread House Decorating Fundraiser Helps Boston's At-Risk YouthFamilies and pastry chefs took part in a competitive gingerbread house decorating fundraiser Monday to support at-risk youth at The Home for Little Wanderers in Boston.
Cape Cod Pie Company Relies On Disabled WorkersA Cape Cod pie company is relying heavily on dozens of disabled adults to make thousands of pies this week in time for Thanksgiving.
Worcester Police Investigating Body Found In Burning CarThe area around Swan Avenue is known for illegal dumping, officials say.
Burned Body Of Woman Found Near Bridgewater Train TracksThe burned and bound body of a woman was found late Tuesday night in Bridgewater.
Teen Candidates Win Elections In Brockton, QuincyThe candidates are barely out of high school, but they'll soon be taking office.