An investigation is underway after a blind man was struck by a car and seriously injured in Watertown on Tuesday, officials said.
A New Hampshire man stuck his dog in a kennel and shot it dead with a hunting rifle after it bit a 4-year-old boy, police said.
Brown University says an unidentified laboratory performed an inaccurate test to determine whether a female student was drugged at a fraternity party on campus.
The Martin Luther King Jr. K-8 School in Dorchester was evacuated briefly Tuesday morning.
An emergency medical service vehicle caught fire and exploded Tuesday morning on Interstate 93, in Quincy, State Police said.
Southie snowbanks add wrinkle to parade planning
Organizers say they want the parade to proceed as scheduled in South Boston, where mountains of snow have turned driving and parking into a free-for-all.
Cold snap has harbors under thick layer of ice
Coastal communities in Massachusetts are seeing more ice on the water than they have in years.
Tsarnaev trial will test jurors’ compassion
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev will be judged by people who have sworn to follow the evidence. And that evidence is deeply damning.
Police arrest 8 in South Station drug operation
Transit Police arrested eight suspected dealers during a two-week operation targeting people selling heroin and crack cocaine.
Judge Mary Beatty Muse, at 94; advocate for women
Mrs. Muse, of Brookline, was a Suffolk County Probate and Family Court judge who advocated for women to advance in the field of law.
School districts scramble to make up for snow days
The majority of school districts have used all five of the snow days built into their calendars. Some have lost two weeks or more.
Starts & Stops
Demands for MBTA refunds may pay off
MBTA general manager Beverly Scott said that the T is rethinking its policy on not giving refunds for bad service.
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