Departed Members Of Boston Police Department Honored At Memorial ServiceHundreds of members of the Boston Police Department gathered at Mount Hope Cemetery Sunday morning to honor their fellow law enforcement officers who have died this year.
Volunteers Needed To Remove Thousands Of Flags From Boston CommonThere's a call for volunteers to help take down a patriotic display in the city on the day after Memorial Day.
Cyclist Critically Hurt In Back Bay Hit-And-RunA cyclist is in critical condition after being struck in the Back Bay early Sunday morning.
Sen. Markey Criticizes Trump On North Korea, Calls For DiplomacySen. Ed Markey said President Donald Trump's warnings of "major, major action" against North Korea add up to a dangerous situation for the US and the world, and called for caution in dealing with the dictatorship.
Baker Proposal Targets Revenge Porn, Teenagers' Sexting Gov. Charlie Baker is looking to crack down on revenge pornography while offering diversion programs for teenagers who post explicit pictures or videos online.
Boston's New Neighbor Trauma Teams Look To Help HealThis is an initiative to provide individual, immediate support and ongoing access to trauma treatment to those that have been impacted by violence.
Former NH State Rep Files Sex Abuse Suit Against Phillips Academy ProfessorMarie Sapienza, a four-term member of the New Hampshire House, says she was a 15-year-old day student at the academy when she alleges Alexander Theroux sexually abused her around 1982.
Boy Hit In Chest By Baseball Rushed To HospitalThe child, who was pitching, was struck in the chest by a line drive and knocked unconscious.
Massive Fire Tears Through Row Of Dorchester Triple-DeckersBoston Fire responded to the flames on Marie Street across from Ronan Park in Dorchester around 4 a.m.
Softball Tournament Raises Scholarship Money In Krystle Campbell's NameThe Fourth Annual Krystle Campbell Softball Tournament was held at Columbus Park Saturday, raising scholarship money in the marathon bombing victim's memory.
Hundreds Attend Annual Blessing Of The Runners At Old South ChurchAbout a thousand people packed the Old South Church Sunday morning for the annual Blessing of the Runners ahead of Marathon Monday.
Lynn Man Raped, Seriously Beaten In ApartmentTwo men were arrested after Lynn Police say they beat and raped another man in his apartment.
Black Leaders Join UMass Boston Students to Protest Chancellor's ResignationA number of the city's African-American leaders gathered at the State House with UMass Boston students to protest the ousting of the UMass Boston chancellor Saturday.
Sen. Markey: Trump Must Seek Congressional Approval Before Syria EscalationIn an address to reporters Saturday morning, Sen. Edward Markey said President Donald Trump needs to come to Congress to tell lawmakers what his plan is in regard to Syria, and to ask for permission before any further military action is taken.
Pro- And Anti-Trump Rallies Come Face To Face On Boston CommonWith the Freedom Trail serving as a dividing line, pro- and anti-President Donald Trump protesters shouted obscenities at one another as they rallied for their separate causes on Boston Common Saturday morning.