Massachusetts House and Senate negotiators reached agreement Saturday on a wide-ranging bill that seeks to make local government more efficient.
Massachusetts officials are hoping to find partners to rehabilitate four historic, but little-used buildings at state parks.
A report by an advocacy group alleges that students at a Holyoke school for children with emotional and behavioral disabilities were abused by staff. The […]
The FBI says a third party surrendered them to a retired agent in the Boston area.
The exact cause of death is pending until the completion of an autopsy and toxicology tests.
The judge came out forcefully in Brady’s favor, maligning the NFL for its handling of the scandal that erupted after the AFC championship game in January
Thursday’s ruling could mean that the 11 men on the state’s death row would no longer be subject to execution orders.
Bishop Mitchell Rozanski said at the private funeral Mass on Monday for Marine Gunnery Sgt. Thomas Sullivan that he “leaves us with a legacy that will forever be cherished.”
A task force created by Gov. Charlie Baker says drug addiction must be considered a medical disease and has outlined a series of steps to fight opioid abuse.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was convicted last month of all 30 federal charges against him, 17 of which carried the possibility of the death penalty.
Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez has been formally sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole for murder.
The first of four men being tried on charges they raped a University of Massachusetts Amherst student in her dorm room has been convicted of some charges.
Prosecutors say Rowland was paid $35,000 to work on the failed 2012 campaign of Republican congressional candidate Lisa Wilson-Foley and conspired to hide those payments through a consulting contract with her husband’s company.
The testimony follows a plea to the judge by Dzhokhar Tsarnaev that survivors of the attacks shouldn’t be allowed to give such gruesome testimony. The judge disagreed.
Last updated at 1:34 p.m. A lawyer for Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has begun her opening statement by admitting her client participated in the attacks. She says the only thing the defense disagrees with prosecutors about is “why.”