Boston firefighters responded after a broken hydrant caused water to flood a contruction area workers were in.
Lifelong skiers from Massachusetts wanted to share the sport with their children, but they had to redesign a home first.
James Merrill is pleading guilty to fraud and other charges in a pyramid scheme that ensnared more victims than any other in history.
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At the end of this long and bitter election, Donald Trump will almost certainly find a way to win. That doesn’t mean he’s going to become president.
Children’s Hospital is a politically powerful Boston institution and that power was on full muscular display in recent days.
‘‘Yoga pants belong in the yoga studio,’’ he wrote. ‘‘What’s next? Wearing a ‘‘Speedo’’ to the supermarket? Imagine if men did that. Yuck!’’
Bill Murray was in D.C. this weekend to collect the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor at the Kennedy Center on Sunday.
“You know that’s usually a problem with me, just going on and on and on,” an unusually talkative Belichick told reporters today.
Rob Gronkowski, LeGarrette Blount, and Julian Edelman were all docked $9,115.
The Department of Homeland Security is investigating a cyber attack on a company that provides access to many popular websites.
As Mass. voters consider legalizing marijuana, veterinarians offer a word of caution: Keep your pets away from it.
Specialists warn that if exposed to it at night, “blue light” from some LEDs can disrupt the body’s production of melatonin, a hormone that influences sleep.
Criterion Development Partners is proposing a 252-unit complex across Washington Street from the Orange Line stop.
The historic Mattapan trolleys were designed during the Great Depression and travel a short, unusual route.
We caught up with TV reporter/mystery novelist to talk about all things travel.
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Will saying and doing the right things guarantee a second meeting?
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That would be Kelly Reichardt, and “Certain Women” is her new film.
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Behind the fragmented state of mental health care lies a political system failure that spans decades — and continues.
Most of the World Series winners between 2005 and 2015 benefitted significantly from homegrown pitchers.
Mr. Stamps joined the Army during World War II and served in England, France, and Germany as a technician fourth grade in a cargo unit.
“I wouldn’t go to Harvard if I could get in for free,” said at-large Councilor Michael Flaherty.
Last week, the lucky big home sale number was in the $2 million range — this week, it’s $3 million. Ranging from a massive single family home in Weston to a five-story townhouse in the South End, there is a quiet a bit of variety when you get to the $3 million mark. 11 Bradford Rd.
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India and Pakistan, longtime enemies with nuclear arsenals, have turned in battle to the big screen.
Curse you, MetLife. The company will phase out its use of Snoopy and the Peanuts Gang after more than 30 years.
Despite his initial doubts, ballet superstar Christopher Wheeldon proved he could helm a Broadway musical.
Chris Cooper stars as the reclusive novelist in ‘Coming Through the Rye’
Bali was perfect for our girls’ trip: serene, beautiful, interesting, cultural, and enough of challenge to feel like a real adventure.
“Spotlight” is based on the stories and the reporters behind the investigation of sexual abuse in the Catholic Church.
Because of Hillary Clinton’s recent rise, some traditional Republican states may have closer-than-anticipated contests.