'Quite A Bit Of Destruction': Storm Causes Widespread Damage In TopsfieldThe storm lasted only minutes, but the damage was widespread throughout Topsfield.
'It Was Very Horrifying': Witnesses React After Delivery Truck Strikes, Kills Toddler In ChelseaA makeshift memorial is growing in a Chelsea neighborhood where a 19-month-old boy was struck and killed by a car Saturday afternoon.
Flooded Roadways Slow Drivers, Leave Cars Stranded From Worcester To FraminghamEven the tow trucks had to wait until the flood levels receded before pulling the vehicles out.
Dozens Enjoy 1st Night Of Boston Harborfest's Independence Day Weekend Fireworks Despite RainIt was a spectacular view along the Boston Harbor, even if the weather wasn't the best.
'It's Not San Diego': Rain Dampers Boston's Harborfest July 4th Weekend EventsPerformers and spectators alike braved the elements on Saturday, enjoying the music underneath their umbrellas at Boston's Downtown Crossing.
'Crossing Our Fingers': With Possible Rain On July 4th, Boston Businesses & Tourists Hoping For Good WeatherThursday night was a soggy glimpse of what Fourth of July weekend could look like around Boston.
'Amazing, Absolutely Amazing.' Former NFL Player Living In Provincetown Reacts To Carl Nassib's Coming OutRetired Atlanta Falcon's player Esera Tuaolo hopes Carl Nassib's video will give others the courage to be themselves.
'Know The Area': Bourne Fire Chief Issues Warning To Swimmers After Recent Rescues From Rip CurrentsBourne Deputy Fire Chief Richard Emberg is urging swimmers and boaters alike to be aware of their surrounding this summer.
'A Step In The Right Direction': Juneteenth A Symbol Of Hope For Many In BostonWith a stroke of a presidential pen, Juneteenth became the latest federal holiday.
'We Need Answers': Vigil Held For Alonzo Polk Who Was Pulled From Pool At Dedham Graduation PartyA vigil took place Sunday night for 17-year-old Alonzo Polk, who was pulled from a pool last weekend during a Dedham graduation party.
'It Makes Sense': Lexington Parents Relieved About Half Day Of School In Dangerous HeatParents in Lexington say they're relieved the public schools in town are calling it a half-day on Monday.