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Of the 1,134 samples collected around the state, 62 previously tested above the EPA’s designated “action level.”
Police said they responded to a reported armed robbery at Eagan’s Package Store on Cohannet Street Wednesday night.
Raymond Hugh, 50, pleaded no contest in Superior Court to one count of bribery of a public official.
Target 12 Investigator Susan Campbell gets answers for a local man arrested for a crime he did not commit – on more than one occasion.
Truffle is 9 weeks old and she and her siblings are looking for loving families to take them home.
The East Greenwich Animal Protection League says a nearby condo complex is demanding that all animals be removed by Thursday evening.
Lawmakers say Flynn failed to seek permission or inform the U.S. government about accepting tens of thousands of dollars from Russian organi…
Wind gusts up to 60 mph snapped the $32,000 state-funded structure in half last month, though it was built to withstand winds up to 130 mph.
The State Medical Examiner has performed an autopsy and said it appears the 52-year-old died of natural causes, according to police.
The House Judiciary Committee is slated to hear 15 bills, some of which aim to strengthen or loosen the state’s firearm laws.
A state investigation is underway at Martin’s Cheese Company in Westport.
An early warm spell brought peach trees to bloom in 2016, then temperatures between -10 and -20 killed just about every blossom.
Officials are investigating the cause of the outage and working to determine how many emergency calls were affected.
Johnny Sak, 25, was sentenced Monday to serve 20 years in prison for the death of his passenger, 22-year-old Alexandra Patten Parenteau.
Eyewitness News sits down with Dominick Ruggerio for his first extended TV interview since being named Senate president.
The 65-year-old man who was struck Thursday night on Rand Street remains in critical condition at the hospital, according to police.
Attorney Doug Sheff said the team might owe Aaron Hernandez’s estate up to $6 million if his murder conviction is thrown out.
The human remains were found earlier this month by a man walking his dogs in a wooded area along Betts Drive.
Attorneys for the family said they’re considering taking action against the Massachusetts Department of Correction.
The pedestrian was struck at about 8:30 p.m. in the area of 250 Rand St., according to Police Chief James Mendonca.
The governor’s budget cuts the car tax by at least 30 percent while Speaker Nicholas Mattiello aims to eliminate it altogether.
Police have since canceled the Silver Alert.
The ACLU of Massachusetts says the final order from the Supreme Judicial Court marks the single largest dismissal of convictions in U.S. his…
Under Trump’s proposed budget, $250 million for programs supporting coastal and marine management, research and education could be eliminate…