Dog Hailed As Hero For Alerting Residents To House FireA family dog is being hailed a hero for alerting sleeping residents that their Marlboro home had gone up in flames.
Massachusetts Unanimously Approves State's First Recreational Marijuana LicenseMassachusetts’ Cannabis Control Commission unanimously approved the state’s first recreational marijuana business license during a Thursday meeting.
Pet Parade: CARE SouthcoastTwo dogs up for adoption from C.A.R.E Southcoast in Acushnet were featured on the Pet Parade Sunday morning.
Pet Parade: Forever Paws In Fall RiverThree animals up for adoption from Forever Paws in Fall River were featured on the Pet Parade Sunday morning.
Ground Penetrating Radar Being Used At Home Where 3 Bodies Were FoundInvestigators returned Friday morning to the Springfield home where three bodies were found after the arrest of a man who allegedly held a woman captive for a month.
97-Year-Old Electrical Inspector Retiring After 49 Years On The JobSharon's electrical inspector turns 97 Friday and to celebrate, he's finally going to retire.
Man Stopped School Bus On Mass Pike Because Windows Looked 'Suspicious'Massachusetts State Police said the man who was caught on dashboard camera jumping onto the hood of a school bus in the middle of the Mass Pike is now facing charges.
Woman Runs Boston Marathon Route While Pushing Paralyzed BoyfriendKaitlyn Kiely and Matt Wetherbee made their way through the Boston Marathon route exactly one week before the official race.
Man Killed In Shooting Near South Boston SchoolOne person was killed overnight in a shooting not far from a South Boston school.
'This Is New England': Snow Flurries Cover Boston April 2People in Boston were not surprised by the snow, but they were not happy to see it either.
More Early Morning Bus Services To Be Offered By MBTASome early risers in Boston will now be able to use the buses to get to work before sunrise.
Flames Rip Through Roof Of Norton Condo BuildingFlames shot through the roof of a Norton condo building Friday morning.