Authorities have arrested a man they say started a fire in a Massachusetts church.
Authorities continue to investigate a shooting on Cape Cod that left one man dead.
A public arts project in New England communities features signs that imagine the possible future effects of climate change to raise awareness. The "Remembrance of Climate Futures" project has been installed in Durham, New...
Water pouring from the ceiling forced poker players at a Boston-area casino to fold their hands and scramble from the room.
A public arts project in New England communities features signs that imagine the possible future effects of climate change to raise awareness about the issue.
A Massachusetts woman is facing charges in connection with the fatal stabbing of a 40-year-old man.
The Boston Public Library, one of the city's most historic institutions, is giving four lucky couples the chance to exchange marriage vows for free inside its venerable halls.
Boston College is turning to sophomore Dennis Grosel at quarterback against North Carolina State to try to end a two-game losing streak and keep the Eagles' hopes of a bowl game alive. Grosel replaced Anthony Brown...
A justice with Massachusetts' highest court ruled the state has failed in its duty to investigate the work of a chemist at a Boston laboratory whose flawed work led to the dismissal of thousands of convictions.
By GEOFF MULVIHILL Associated Press
Gov. Charlie Baker has introduced legislation aimed at overhauling Massachusetts' health care system by restricting how hospitals and doctors bill patients and requiring walk-in clinics to treat low-income patients on...
Rhode Island's labor department is considering a request from the owners of The Providence Journal to exempt the daily newspaper industry from state laws requiring overtime pay for Sunday and holiday work.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says it has discussed the possibility of giving the state control of two narrow and often backed-up bridges that carry traffic across the Cape Cod Canal.
The remains of a Massachusetts airman killed during World War II have been identified.
The USS Constitution is sailing in Boston Harbor to celebrate its 222nd birthday and the U.S. Navy's birthday.
A California real estate developer is returning to court to face sentencing for his role in a college admissions bribery scheme.
An animated film about Grendel, a drama about a transgender woman and a documentary about a girl finding her birth parents in China are among the gold medal winners at the Student Academy Awards.
Two retired Massachusetts State Police troopers face criminal charges for allegedly accepting free guns from a state-contracted firearms dealer and accepting personalized assault rifles from a gunmaker seeking business...
An accountant has been convicted by a federal grand jury of conspiring with a former state senator to defraud the IRS.
Prosecutors say a man who fled Massachusetts 16 years ago and was arrested in Maine this summer will be arraigned in connection with a pair of unsolved rapes from the 1990s.
A former Massachusetts high school math teacher has been sentenced on federal child pornography charges.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will host a public hearing on Central Maine Power Co.'s planned transmission line at the request of U.S. Rep. Jared Golden.
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A nor'easter has left hundreds of thousands of people without power in the Northeast.
Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker is meeting with cybersecurity experts to talk about municipal and regional cybersecurity.