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Marlena Richardson would like to give the snapshots, taken when Ali visited Boston in 1977, to the children pictured.
Andrew Gordon twice tried to hire undercover state troopers: first to kill his estranged wife, then to kill witnesses related to the case.
Attorney General Maura Healey is threatening to sue to collect money still owed to ticket buyers of the failed IndyCar event in the Seaport.
If so, it’s because he’s beeing poorly served by advisers to his administration.
A judge sent a Dorchester man to prison after he admitted to driving drunk in a crash that killed a teen cyclist in May 2015.
The investigation began when an armed man allegedly began menacing the residents of a home, authorities said.
The court-ordered sample from James Paige, 50, of Manchester, N.H., cracked open the cold case.
Two students have accused a prominent music professor of sexual harassment, and the university of failing to rein in the behavior.
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The boy was found on the playground and then waited for nearly 20 hours before his parents came forward.
A Leominster man is facing charges that he threatened to shoot his co-workers.
Beacon Hill lobbyists have scooped up more than $1.4 million in fees working on legislation regulating ride-for-hire firms.
Comedian Dave Kane cancelled his upcoming performance at the Westerly Yacht Club in attempt to pressure it into changing the controversial policy.
A Connecticut woman succumbed to her injuries Monday after a Yale Medical School professor’s two dogs attacked her earlier this month.
Someone stole 24 slabs of granite from a Yarmouth business. Was it worth the heavy lifting?
Darren Martin, 49, allegedly took items from Saks Fifth Avenue in the Wrentham Village Premium Outlets.
It turns out that the germs you come across on the MBTA aren’t any worse than those in a hand shake.
Conn. residents had a bit of a scare amid reports of an alligator in Suffield, but it turned out to be something much less threatening.
The event in the Financial District Wednesday will be part of a daylong campaign trip in New England.