Public-sector unions and retirees have won another court victory in their fight to overturn the 2011 pension law.
Kayvon Edson, 25, was held on bail and sent to a psychiatric facility after police say he was carrying a backpack containing a rice cooker in Boston Tuesday.
Danny, 27, said he was driving home the night of April 18, when Tamerlan Tsarnaev reached in the passenger window, opened the door and pointed a gun at him.
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The latest “Sports Illustrated” cover photo aims to visually define the idea of “Boston Strong.”
Charges made against a local mother were dropped after she agreed to donate $5,000 to Mothers Against Drunk Driving. The problem? The nonprofit won’t take her check.
TARGET 12 EXCLUSIVE // Investigators visited the former House speaker’s executive assistant at home seeking campaign-finance records just before last month’s stunning raids.
At least four people are confirmed dead, but officials in South Korea fear the death toll could get much higher following the sinking of a ferry.
Several fire crews responded to a large house fire in Glocester Tuesday night.
A Providence police officer will travel to Boston to secure the marathon route with his partner, Kyra.
Daniel Snay, 62, of Uxbridge, was arrested in March and accused of repeatedly abusing a young boy during a string of camping trips in Massachusetts and Rhode Island.
State police say two people have died in a crash on the Massachusetts Turnpike in Framingham.
A local man who served nearly two decades in prison for murdering his girlfriend back in 1992 was arraigned Wednesday in yet another murder case.
The University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth held a vigil Wednesday at noon in honor of those killed by, injured by or responding to the bombs at the 2013 Boston Marathon.