Half A Million Lined Charles River For Boston's Fourth Of July CelebrationHuge crowds are expected to line the banks of the Charles River for Boston’s Fourth of July celebration Thursday evening.
Salem Water Main Break Causes Damage, Headaches For CommutersAn overnight water main break has caused serious damage and snarled up the commute for commuter rail riders Friday morning.
Dunkin' Sends Stoughton Woman Battling Cancer To Game 1 Of Stanley Cup FinalShannon McCarthy is such a huge Bruins fan that Dunkin' Donuts is sending this woman, who is battling serious illness, to Game 1 of the Stanley Cup.
Harvard Book Store Selling Paperback Versions Of Mueller ReportIt only takes about 10 minutes for all 400-plus pages of the Mueller report to be printed and needed bound at the Harvard Book Store.
Boston 'Well Prepared' For Marathon, Spectators Reminded 'This Is A Family Day'There is no threat to the Boston Marathon or any related events at this time.
Pet Parade: Animal Protection Center Of Southeastern MassachusettsWith Easter around the corner, it was only fitting that a rabbit up for adoption was featured on this week’s Pet Parade.
David Ortiz Surprises Dorchester Students With Visit, Red Sox HatsDavid Ortiz stopped in at Sarah Greenwood School in Dorchester to pass out Red Sox hats to students and hobnob with Wally on Thursday morning.
Flames Rip Through Two Homes In HullOne home was destroyed and another heavily damaged by a raging fire Wednesday night in Hull.
Davis: New Zealand Mosque Shootings Are 'Worst-Case Scenario'Former Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis believes the attacks on two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand were thoroughly planned out.
Man Found Shot Dead Near Lynn PlaygroundPolice have identified a man who was shot and killed late Wednesday night in Lynn, near a school and a playground.
Patriots Fan Heads To Atlanta For His 53rd Super BowlEighty-two-year-old Don Crisman, of Kennebunk, Maine, left Logan Airport for Atlanta on Thursday, having made it to every single Super Bowl thus far.