Derek Jeter's Career Comes To An End At Fenway ParkNew York Yankees captain Derek Jeter singled in the final at bat of his career Sunday afternoon.
SNAP Challenge Offers Taste Of Surviving On Food AssistanceThe SNAP Challenge demonstrates the difficulties facing families on food assistance.
Lawyer Says Mother In Squalid Blackstone Home Horror Is Mentally IllInvestigators haven't ruled out the possibility that there are more bodies inside a squalid home in Blackstone where three dead babies were found.
Fundraising Underway For Market Basket Workers That Didn't Get PaidThe money will be added to the GoFundMe site that has already raised more than $108,000.
Suspect Captured After Chase And Fall Into Netting Beneath Tobin BridgeA police chase ended Saturday morning with a man caught in netting suspended over the Mystic River beneath the Tobin Bridge.
'Ice Bucket Challenge' Leads To Major Surge In Donations To ALS AssociationThe Ice Bucket Challenge to raise money and awareness in the fight against ALS has been a huge success.
Police Looking For Suspects In Shootings At Randolph House PartyA Randolph party had been broken up earlier when police were called back just after midnight for reports of gunfire.
35th Annual Pan Mass. Challenge Wraps First Day Under Rainy WeatherThe 190-mile bike-a-thon takes place in several stages and ends in Provincetown.
Man Found Stabbed To Death In South Boston ParkPolice are investigating a murder in Joe Moakley Park in South Boston.
Patriots, First Responders Help Celebrate Foxboro Boy's BirthdayThe entire New England Patriots team, along with first responders from all over the area helped Danny Nickerson celebrate his sixth birthday on Saturday.
No Verdict After 2nd Day Of Deliberations In Trial Of Accused Boston Marathon Bomber's FriendA federal jury has started its second day of deliberations in the trial of a man accused of trying to protect Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
Case Against Accused Marathon Bomber's Friend Heads To JuryA friend of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was a naive college kid who was prosecuted because he was a "friend of the bomber," a defense lawyer said Wednesday, while prosecutors told a jury the man was an active participant in a plan to protect Tsarnaev by removing altered fireworks and other items from his dorm room.
Homes Evacuated After Hazmat Incident In LawrenceFour firefighters were transported to the hospital after responding to a hazmat situation on Ballard Road in Lawrence early Sunday morning.
Mayor Walsh Appoints Joseph Finn New Boston Fire CommissionerFinn has been deputy chief at the Boston Fire Department since 2001.
Keolis Taking Over Operation Of MBTA Commuter Rail From MBCRMBTA General Manager Beverly Scott is looking for a seamless transition to the new company.