SJC Rules State, Local Police Can't Detain Immigrants Without ChargesThe State Supreme Judicial Court ruled Monday that state and local authorities don't have to cooperate when federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement authorities ask them to hold someone until they can arrive with a detainer.
Free Wedding Dresses Offered To Alfred Angelo Customers By Fall River StoreWhen Alfred Angelo Bridal stores suddenly closed last week, many local brides were left without a wedding dress or a refund.
New Mayflower Partnership Makes It Easier To Prove Pilgrim AncestryThe information is valuable to people who think — but don't have proof — that they are Mayflower descendants.
Conn. Native Living In London Reacts To AttackKatie Simon said she feels vulnerable living in London now, but assured that the British are resilient.
NH Fourth-Grader Wins National Cursive AwardDerric Palmer, from Barka Elementary School in Derry, is one of five boys his age across the country to win the national Cursive Is Cool Contest.
Bobcat That Attacked 2 Dogs Shot And Killed By PolicePolice in Massachusetts say they shot and killed a bobcat that had attacked two dogs and was coming after officers.
JFK Diary Sells For $718,000 At Boston AuctionA diary kept by John F. Kennedy during his brief stint as a journalist after World War II has sold for more than $718,000 at auction.
Anti-Semitic Acts In Massachusetts More Than Doubled In 2016Massachusetts experienced the fifth largest number of anti-semitic acts compared to other states last year.
Dog Attacks Injure Thousands Of Postal Employees Per YearThis week has been named Dog Bite Prevention Week to publicize the issue.
Autism Awareness Month: Natick School Says 'Children With Autism Are Individuals'A Natick school says during Autism Awareness Month that children with autism can make progress.