The Rhode Island mansion once owned by Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Edith Wharton is on the market for nearly $12 million.
The Bruins' return to the Stanley Cup Final is kicking off in Boston with a party.
U.S. Rep. John Lewis urged graduates of Framingham State University in Massachusetts to "get in trouble" and to "build bridges, not walls."
Human trafficking convictions at the state level are notoriously elusive, despite crackdown laws that are on the books in all 50 states.
Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker has re-filed legislation aimed at toughening penalties for child rapists.
Three years after graduation, the "dorm chef" is still cooking up culinary buzz.
Overall water quality at beaches in metropolitan Boston is up a bit.
Authorities continue to investigate a shooting in Brockton that left a 32-year-old man dead.
Population in most Massachusetts cities and towns is continuing to grow.
Authorities say a man who was arrested in Holyoke experienced medical duress and died.
Wareham is the place to be for mollusk lovers this weekend.
Police say they've arrested a man they believe vandalized a memorial to Vietnam War veterans in Boston ahead of the Memorial Day holiday.
Health officials in Massachusetts say a child has tested positive for measles after visiting a number of locations in the Boston area that could have resulted in exposure to other people.
Police say a body has been found at a Little League field in Worcester.
Brown University is giving honorary degrees to actor John Krasinski and documentary filmmaker Ken Burns during its 251st commencement ceremony.
Most state beaches in Rhode Island are now open.
Fishermen already dealing with a dramatic reduction in the amount of a key bait fish they are allowed to harvest will likely face an additional cut next year.
A pair of hearings at the Statehouse this week will focus on the best way to legalize sports betting in Massachusetts as state lawmakers work to tackle the latest shift in the state's gambling landscape.
Police have arrested a man in connection with the death of a 13-year-old girl who was dropped off at Lawrence General Hospital.
Gov. Ned Lamont says he expects to sign a bill in the coming days that incrementally increases Connecticut's minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2023.
The Massachusetts Center for Native American Awareness is holding its annual Spring Planting Moon Pow-Wow this weekend.
Boston's Museum of Fine Arts has banned two visitors and vowed to change protocols for guards after minority middle school students said they were subjected to racism by staff and patrons during a field trip last week.
Three California parents have pleaded guilty in the college admissions cheating scheme.
A Massachusetts high school has posthumously awarded a diploma to soldier who died during World War II's D-Day invasion.