The actress doesn’t settle for pioneer status as the head of a fine multiracial cast at Connecticut Repertory Theatre.
“Disney’s The Little Mermaid” lands at the North Shore Music Theatre with a satisfying splash.
Boston’s only vocational school needs to improve quickly or be shut down, according to an internal School Department memo.
Celtics co-owner Wyc Grousbeck has invested in an environmentally friendly auto racing series that uses electric cars.
Jim Rooney has become one of the state’s most influential public figures without ever having run for office.
The strategy of alleging that the scheme went as far as bribing legislators could backfire for prosecutors, analysts said.
Candidate fund-raising is a public metric that often signifies the health of his or her campaign.
“The city will never forget this tragedy,” Mayor Rodney Elliott said.
The documentary “Getting Back to Abnormal” — airing Monday night on PBS’s “POV” — offers a discomfiting view of New Orleans’s racial divisions.
Samuel D. Hunter’s play, now at Williamstown Theatre Festival, is a flawed but affecting drama.
The Worcester man’s body was discovered by kayakers in Meadow Pond, officials said.
Researchers have for years been struggling to determine why 36 percent of American adults are now obese, compared to fewer than 15 percent in 1990.
Two men were hospitalized with life-threatening injuries after separate shootings, police said.
Clinical trials clearly demonstrate that stimulant drugs alleviate ADHD symptoms, very few were designed to investigate the long-term safety of these drugs.
Nearly half of Americans experienced an earth-shattering, stressful event last year that completely altered their lives.
The large and comprehensive study of the most common kind of lung cancer could help scientists devise new treatments.
In a few weeks, clinical psychologist Robert Franks will take over leadership of the Judge Baker Children’s Center.
The International Astronomical Union announced plans to crowdsource the naming of new planets and their suns.