Pocahontas. It’s an insult he’s hurled at Warren dozens of times at this point. But some say it might be time to give it up and find a better moniker.
Pocahontas. It’s an insult he’s hurled at Warren dozens of times at this point. But some say it might be time to give it up and find a better moniker.
The officer was on his way to work when he nabbed the suspect and a safe that was stolen from a restaurant in Lower Mills.
Chester, the state commissioner of elementary and secondary education, died last night, state officials announced Tuesday.
The deal will soon lead to freedom for the mother of murdered 2-year-old Bella Bond.
Mayor Martin Walsh has collected more than $1.7 million in campaign contributions this year, dwarfing his challenger’s fund-raising.
Remy’s wife says the operation went well and he’s recovering in the ICU.
An outgoing school official told WMUR-TV that the mayor was informed about the incident in 2015, but it wasn’t until the suspect was sentenced that it was shared with the public.
A man, who appeared to be in his 30s, was fatally shot at 1357 Blue Hill Ave. on Monday evening, police said.
Miguel Lopez, 55, was put on probation, fined $5,000, and ordered to not seek employment in law enforcement again.
Christopher Barlow, 20, of Duxbury was arrested after an investigation involving local, state, and federal law enforcement.
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The five-day event drew around 3 million visitors, according to organizer Sail Boston.
The Supreme Court carved out some significant exceptions to President Trump’s travel ban. But many families, businesses and academics here expressed continued worry.
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A man whose car was about to get towed shot a tow truck driver twice, a witness said. The driver is expected to survive.
The fate of marijuana legalization in Massachusetts is now in the hands of a half-dozen lawmakers meeting in secret.
A 2-year-old girl was murdered and discarded like trash. And someone has been held accountable for her death.
The suspect allegedly shot the victim on June 13.
The ban — which Trump issued via executive order earlier this year — restricted travel from six predominantly-Muslim countries for 90 days and halted refugee admissions for 120 days.
Today is Tuesday, June 27, the 178th day of 2017. There are 187 days left in the year.
A Springfield judge has vacated several drug cases connected to a former state chemist.
Boston police are investigating the discovery of possible human remains in Roxbury, officials said.
The families and individuals who would lose coverage “are among our lowest-income residents,” the governor said.
Kids from poorer families benefited more, partially because they tend to have fewer reading resources during the summer months.
The jury in the Michael McCarthy case apparently accepted at least some of the testimony of Rachelle Bond about the murder of her daughter.
Two Massachusetts men were violently assaulted and robbed in New Orleans over the weekend.
The decision ends months of speculation that the late senator’s son might enter the race.
The hard-to-watch video, which was shared live on Facebook, has been viewed more than 9 million times.
The mother of the girl shot in Jamaica Plain said she was told there’s a risk of paralysis or even death from surgery to remove the bullet.
A home security system alerted the homeowner to the break-in around 6 a.m., authorities said.
“It’s actually fairly common in the New England region,” a TSA spokesman said.
Another large shark was spotted Saturday in Wells, Maine.
In Greenfield, nurses planned a one-day strike, but hospital officials locked them out until Wednesday.
The former co-owner and head pharmacist at a Framingham business that shipped tainted medicines across the nation was sentenced Monday.
MBTA officials recently tested markings that remind waiting passengers to line up next to — not on in front of — the train doors. They were impressed by the results.
Governor Charlie Baker nominated Scott Kafker to serve on the Supreme Judicial Court.
Don Akin ran the Boston institution for more than 40 years before closing down in 2015 after costs became too high.
Buddhist monk look-alikes in Boston are pestering people for money, offering flimsy beads and cheap medallions.
The lockout at Baystate Franklin Medical Center in Greenfield began at 7 p.m. last night and is scehduled to end at 7 p.m. Wednesday.
A Suffolk jury convicted Michael McCarthy of second-degree murder for killing 2-year-old Bella Bond, then dumping her body in the harbor.
A fisherman found a kayak floating with no one on board around 4 a.m. Monday.
Jakyres McKinney was arrested and charged with murder on Sunday, police said.
The Democratic contenders are Cindy Friedman, Sean Garballey, and Mary Ann Stewart.
One woman accused Michael McCarthy’s friend, present at the vigil, of being complicit in the toddler’s death.
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N.H. Senate Bill 66 was on its way to the governor’s office before legislators realized that it could be interpreted as allowing pregnant women to kill with impunity.
A 52-year-old man said his foot was stuck between the gas and brake pedal on Sunday afternoon.
Several witnesses reported the Esplanade attack, but the man had left the scene by the time police arrived.
The Dalai Lama spoke to a crowd at the Sheraton Boston.
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It was a seemingly common sense suggestion: Maybe it’s time to rethink what a town calls its top governing body. Then the debate started in Wakefield.
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Today is Monday, June 26, the 177th day of 2017. There are 188 days left in the year.
An 8-year-old girl was hit in one of two overnight shootings in Boston, police said.
The Dalai Lama spoke in Boston on Sunday, gearing his message toward Tibetans continuing to practice Buddhism regardless of where they are in the world.
You’re much more likely to die from an asteroid strike, be killed in a car crash, or succumb to the flu.
William Ayers, 28, was charged with multiple motor vehicle, traffic and drug offenses, Holbrook police said.
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he protesters object to the pipeline expansion through the Otis State Forest.
The spiritual leader greeted the faithful who had gathered on the street outside his hotel.
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More than 300 people packed sidewalks along Bedford and Chauncy streets as they waited to see the spiritual leader.
Sandra McAndrews was ejected from a BMW at about 8 p.m., Lancaster police said.
State Police are searching for a vehicle involved in a hit-and-run Thursday night in Fall River that left a construction worker with serious injuries.
Cole is a friendly, easy going thirteen-year-old boy who gets along well with both children and adults. He loves to play football and basketball.
Cynthia and Jason Coons tried to kill the main witness in Jason Coons’ 2014 rape case, Northwestern prosecutors said.
A 22-year-old Roslindale man was treated for non-life threatening injuries at a hospital, State Police said.
Valedictorian Maybelline Pérez Villatoro wants to use her success to motivate many thousands of other young immigrants.
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Rhianna Frenette, 38, used an unsanitary syringe to try to inject Felicia Farruggia, police said.
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Today is Sunday, June 25, the 176th day of 2017. There are 189 days left in the year.
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It looks as if a bridge project could frustrate those seeking some Sunday afternoon leisure in Cambridge.
Kirsten Smith has been charged in the death of 52-year-old Scott Benoit after she allegedly stabbed him in the chest Friday afternoon, according to officials.
Today is Saturday, June 24, the 175th day of 2017. There are 190 days left in the year.
The Massachusetts attorney general has racked up 11 legal cases against the Republican president’s agenda.
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Mass. AG Maura Healey has taken action against the Trump administration on numerous fronts in the past six months.
The battle over the Hernandez murder conviction is going to the state’s highest court.
Police are investigating the fatal stabbing of a man in Brockton.
Santos Portillo-Andrade, 33, a Revere resident who also goes by the moniker “Flaco,” faces a lengthy prison term.
The Ruby Rogers Center serves Somerville residents with mental illness or disability and will close Sunday after 30 years.
Internal documents detail how the now-disputed deal with FanDuel would work.
The Tibetan spiritual leader is scheduled to arrive Saturday and appear at an event at the Sheraton Boston on Sunday.
Rochester, N.H., police appear to be closing in on the man who allegedly punched an 18-year-old woman 39 times.
The Worcester man accused of killing Vanessa Marcotte was formally charged with murder Friday.
The Remington shotgun was found in Lowell, Chelmsford police said Friday in a statement.
Twenty-two hours have passed since Judge Janet Sanders sent the jury to deliberate.
The answer is yes, most likely — according to new research from the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory at Harvard University.
The whales are part of a larger trend of deaths that has researchers worried.
The National Weather Service has issued a severe thunderstorm warning for Suffolk County, Essex County and northeastern Middlesex county, effective until 3 p.m.
“If there ever was a fraud case that deserves the greatest punishment allowable, this is it,’’ federal prosecutors wrote in court papers.
The investigation into the death of Reina Rodriguez is ongoing, according to Norfolk District Attorney Michael Morrissey’s office.
Minuteman has about 37,000 members in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. Current members will see no interruption in coverage, Minuteman said.
Viral social media posts that purport to show racial harmony unwittingly reflect our deep divides.
With the remnants of a tropical storm playing a role in the forecast, those looking to get outside might need some clarity on what will be happening.
A dog from Puerto Rico that slipped away from its handler and went on the lam at Logan has been found, State Police said Friday.
The Globe’s new consumer columnist is open for business.
The handwritten musical composition by Al Capone is expected to fetch upwards of $20,000.
Riders say service has worsened ever since the MBTA launched a major overhaul of the paratransit system in February.
A person was struck and killed by an MBTA commuter rail train on the Lowell line Friday morning.
Standing next to fresh graffiti, Jackson Elliott allegedly had a can of black spray paint in his hand..
With an eye toward the future, the Boston Globe said goodbye to its longtime Dorchester home this week.
Quincy police do not believe the shooting, which occurred early Friday, was random.
A male victim was shot late Thursday night on Lyndhurst Street.
A significant backlog of immigration cases has left nearly 500,000 people in limbo, deprived some families of income, and torn at the fabric of others.
Staffers at Cambridge Health Alliance’s three hospitals and 15 primary care practices honor patients lost each year.
Charlene Holmes was 16 when she was killed by a drive-by shooter five years ago.
Artifacts connected to some of the nation’s most notorious gangsters were on the block Saturday.
The poll also found the city split along racial lines when voters were asked if Boston is a racist city.
The survey found that 49.2 percent of voters rated the price of housing a 1, or “very dissatisfied.”
The sister of 19-year-old Reina Rodriguez, found dead Thursday in a Braintree hotel, recalled her as sweet and caring.
The people infected were not identified, but one of them is connected to the Harvard Biolabs complex.
Forty-two percent say it is racist, and 45 percent believe it is not, according to a new Globe/Suffolk University poll.
Cambridge authorites are asking the public to come forward with details about a 16-year-old girl’s shooting.
Shaken after a woman posing as a doctor snuck into operating rooms in December, Brigham and Women’s will train employees to be on the lookout for “tailgating.”
For decades, Steve Nazro has pieced together an intricate puzzle at the TD Garden.
Thomas Bejamin, 50, was found guilty of assault and battery causing bodily injury, Middlesex prosecutors said.
The centuries-old Charter Street Burial Ground, which includes the graves of witch trial judges, is on its way to getting a rejuvenated face
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A Suffolk Superior Court jury on Thursday awarded more than $22 million to a cancer scientist who sued Steward Health Care System.
Joshua Chevez, 25, shot a gun into a crowded party in Lawrence in 2014, killing mark Trussell, prosecutors said.
The officer was relieved of duty on June 9 and returned last week, a department spokesman said.
There’s a new administration in Washington that has decided going after decent people is a lot easier than going after criminals who might fight back.
A 19-year-old Lawrence woman was found dead in a Braintree hotel room Thursday morning, officials said.
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“I thank God every day for giving me the opportunity to be part of this wonderful city,” David Ortiz said.
Today is Friday, June 23, the 174th day of 2017. There are 191 days left in the year.
The birth of gerrymandering goes all the way back to 1812, when Mass. Governor Elbridge Gerry signed a now-infamous bill allowing his party to redraw state Senate districts to its advantage.
Why President Trump decided to make this type of announcement is unclear. But what is clear is why he was in a hurry to make it.
Following a six-day celebration, more than 50 Tall Ships departed Boston Harbor on Thursday, staggered over the course of the morning.
The Supreme Court on Thursday ruled against a Boston man seeking to overturn his murder conviction because his lawyer failed to object when the trial judge closed the courtroom during jury selection.
You don’t have to wait for the Fourth of July to see fireworks in Massachusetts.
A tractor trailer crashed and rolled into the water early Thursday morning, fire officials said.
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The Senate bill retains the basic structure of former president Obama’s signature health care law, except that all the parts have been whittled down.
Baker argues that any national health care legislation should not shift Medicaid costs to the states.
Two women allegedly stole from the Bloomingdale’s store at the Chestnut Hill Mall and then sped off on Route 9 by running a red light.
Walsh campaign spokeswoman Rachel Goldstein said — as the campaign had previously — that the payments to the law firm Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo have nothing to do with the ongoing federal probe, which led to the indictments of two of Walsh’s department heads (both have plead not guilty).
Walsh will give a presentation and provide training to other mayors and public officials on the importance of the overdose-reversing drug.
Kyla Smith-Howell was a happy, healthy, and active kid — until she wasn’t.
Goldberg has built a reputation at the State House for taking no prisoners when she feels political players are not bending to her interests.
Shuttle buses are being used to move passengers between Jackson Square and Back Bay stations Thursday.
The Massachusetts Senate passed a bill Thursday making targeted adjustments to the voter-mandated marijuana legalization law.
The boy was jumping on his bed and bounced out a second-story window while clutching the toy.
The Roxbury city councilor raised only $250 during a two-week period from May 22 through June 1.
Chelmsford police are searching for a loaded gun that was stolen from the back of an officer’s unmarked police vehicle.
The 21-year-old allegedly beat a driver with a baton before stealing his car and crashing it into a bus.
The Massachusetts House of Representatives passed an expansive rewrite of the voter-approved marijuana legalization law Wednesday night.
Ryan Power was arrested in Seabrook, N.H., and will face a murder charge for allegedly strangling Leah Penny to death in Malden.
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The huge forest fire that erupted on June 17 in central Portugal killed at least 64 people and injured hundreds more, with many trapped in their cars by the flames.
Rather than solve a bitter rift, the decision to build a new school in an affluent neighborhood has further hardened divisions.
The employees are facing lengthy suspensions and one accepted a demotion, the town announced.
The car was allegedly stolen in Boston, before crashing headon into the bus in Cambridge, police said.
Ryan Power, 32, of Malden, has been charged with strangulation and assault and battery on a household or family member.
The private college in Hartford will reopen Thursday with increased security, officials said.
Safe injection facilities save lives and are the best option for active users who are unwilling or unable to commit to recovery.
It is the first case in which disgraced state chemist Annie Dookhan has been ordered to compensate any of the thousands of defendants whose cases she tainted.
A reward of up to $5,000 is being offered to anyone who provides information which helps solve the arson.
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Taxes range wildly across the country and 28 percent wouldn’t even be the highest.
An administrator at the prestigious school in Newton has been barred from campus after a former student’s allegation of sexual misconduct in the 1990s.
Sherome Pight, 26, was charged with assault and battery on a police officer and multiple gun offenses.
It turns out cats and sailors are a classic partnership that simultaneously does and doesn’t make sense.
The Globe is leaving its antiquated building on Morrissey Boulevard for two floors of a gleaming, contemporary office space downtown.
A Dorchester man was sentenced Wednesday to up to 18 years in prison after he admitted fatally shooting a 71-year-old store clerk in Upham’s Corner in 2010
Fifteen passengers and crew were treated for non-life threatening injuries in the crash.
The police recruits were sworn in Wednesday at the IBEW Local 103 in Dorchester.
Before the Tall Ships sail off Thursday morning, a Sunset Salute is scheduled for Wednesday night at Fan Pier.
Relatives heard the commotion and brought the girl to police.
The Friends of the Public Garden is seeking a sponsor for the last of 10 $25,000 commemorative benches.
Big Papi already has his own bridge. Now he’s getting his own road, too.
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Musician Amy Sims couldn’t have orchestrated a better ending to the distressing ordeal.
Today is Thursday, June 22, the 173rd day of 2017. There are 192 days left in the year.
The outburst between Michael McCarthy’s defense attorney and Judge Sanders is out of the ordinary, and a sign of a tense trial nearing an end.
International crews faced off in a tug-of-war competition, and a group of young women walked away winners.
Trinity College in Hartford was closed on Wednesday afternoon after the college received threats, according to alerts posted by the school.
The latest legislative trend to weave its way through New England? Efforts to deregulate hair braiding.
Sean Devlin was arraigned on charges of violating a person’s civil rights.
When officers asked both men to step out of the car Tuesday, they saw a black semiautomatic Glock Model 26 lying on the floor, authorities said.
Police believe he killed at least six people, including a woman and three children in New Hampshire, and they want to know if there are more victims.
The man allegedly made graphic sexual comments to two 11-year-olds and tried to convince them to get into his car.
Alonzo Johnson was only trying to help. But someone witnessed his act of kindness, and a picture of it went viral.
Despite talk that millionaires will leave the state if Mass. increases taxes on the wealthy, studies show the vast majority will stay put.
Michael McCarthy has pleaded not guilty to charges he murdered the 2-year-old girl once known only as “Baby Doe.”
No, they’re not giant insects taking over the city. They’re part of a MassDOT project to reinvent the space beneath the overpass.
The house fire on Arlington Street was caused by an unattended candle, officials said.
The contest for a Georgia Congressional seat was supposed to be a chance for Democrats to prove they’re on the upswing. It wasn’t.
Rhode Island’s teacher of the year wanted to show his students they should be comfortable with who they are. So he posed with a black lace fan in the Oval Office.
“I’m sure someone is gnashing their teeth over there in the Suffolk DA’s office,” one expert said, “‘here we go again.’”
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Solstice took place at 12:24 a.m. today, the longest day of the year.
The 63-year-old man, who was not identified, was riding on Carlisle Road when he was struck.
Beryl Porter, 61, was sentenced to three years in state prison, and five years of supervised release. He was also ordered to have no contact with his victims.
Rochester police released a video Tuesday showing the incident that occurred last week outside a Planet Fitness location.
Nabra Hassanen was fatally beaten with a baseball bat Sunday while walking home from her mosque.
Dave Falvey will lead the council, long criticized for its shifting stance on gay groups marching in the St. Patrick’s Day Parade.
A video portrays remarks by a man suspected in the murders of two women and three children in New Hampshire decades ago.
Politics in this blue-collar city have long been the domain of white men, even as its demographics have changed dramatically.
The Police Department paid nearly $60 million in overtime last year, with some officers making up to four times their base salary.
China Altman, who founded the Rose Brigade, a dedicated group of volunteer rose-keepers, is celebrated with a hybrid rose named in her honor.
A Lowell man was arrested Monday and accused of running a heroin distribution ring from the apartment he shared with two small children.
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Healy’s press team said she lead a coalition of 14 attorneys general and the city of Chicago in filing a motion to intervene in a federal lawsuit brought by the Clean Air Council against Pruitt.
The bridge got stuck in an upright position about 6:40 p.m., State Police said.
The size of the increase depends on how the state budget shapes up, UMass President Marty Meehan made told trustees.
The quiet machinations roiled the tight-knit Senate last week and over the weekend.
The shortnose sturgeon was found in good health and released, state officials said.
A state trooper on Monday wrestled a robbery suspect to the ground in Revere after the man held up a Chelsea store.
Jackson appointed TaShonda Vincent-Lee to replace Charles Onwuche.
A Connecticut woman is facing multiple charges after police say she drove 25 mph on Interstate 95 while under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
Today is Wednesday, June 21, the 172nd day of 2017. There are 193 days left in the year. Summer begins at 12:24 a.m. Eastern time.
Federal immigration agents came for the Brighton contractor on a sunny evening last week, showing up at his house like early dinner guests.
Faced with a $439 million budget gap, state lawmakers are considering whether to cancel it for the second year in a row.
Jimmy Donahue became a lifeguard at 16. At 73, he’s still at his post.
But state officials want to ensure that future searches for public college presidents do not give too much weight to candidates who have deep connections to Beacon Hill.
The council voted 5-4 Tuesday in favor of building a new school in the city’s Belvedere neighborhood.
A first-grader at the Mattahunt Elementary School in Mattapan was sliced in the hand by a razor Monday afternoon and had to be taken to the hospital.
The role that heroin’s destructive power played in Bella Bond’s death came into sharp focus Tuesday.
O’Callaghan was selected by the Patriots in the 2006 NFL Draft as the 136th pick and played two seasons in Foxborough.
The judge in the Michael McCarthy trial abruptly changed the legal instructions jurors will receive as they consider whether McCarthy killed Bella Bond.
The Departments of Children & Families is investigating what the two small children were doing in the apartment.
’Tis the season for bear sightings, and young male bears are roaming.
The CEO of “Safr,” a Boston ride-hailing service focused on women’s safety, was arrested last week on a fugitive from justice warrant out of the Virgin Islands.
Today’s councilors are much more congenial than their colleagues of decades past. Lately, though, there have been cracks in that wall of decorum.
Governor Charlie Baker wants lawmakers to allow an increase to an existing fee that could raise $200 million per year.
Sean Spicer has transformed the role of press secretary — he now has a higher name recognition than most US senators.
The man was a well-known member of the maritime community.
A New Hampshire woman was convicted Monday of running a human trafficking operation out of the Day Spa for Gentleman in Lawrence, officials said.
Police in Rhode Island say a groom was arrested at his wedding reception for assaulting restaurant employees.
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Angel Gil is facing a host of charges after he struggled with 10 police officers during a traffic stop that turned violent early Monday.
The “Beat the Belt” mural was first painted in 1980, after Cambridgeport residents battled a massive roadway plan that threatened their homes.
In some cases, reductions in federal and state grants for traffic enforcement have led to cuts in the number of troopers and officers assigned to patrol duty.
Police also said a woman pictured walking off with the photo released Tuesday is no longer a person of interest.
The court threw out conviction of a man in a 2012 Roxbury slaying, citing questions about the elimination of a prospective juror who was black.
Harvard Divinity school activists have emerged as critical figures in the movement to protect unauthorized immigrants in the Boston area.
The operator was the only person on the bus at the time of the 5:27 a.m. crash, authorities said.
Delivering his closing argument in Michael McCarthy’s murder trial, defense attorney Jonathan Shapiro quickly focused his attention on Rachelle Bond.
Edwin Santiago and Jennifer Rheaume are charged with concealing a fetal death.
Plans for a stadium are caught in the quicksand of state politics, haunted by past mistakes and foundering in a climate soured by Curt Schilling, of all people.
Officials removed a stalled vehicle near Freeport Street around 7:35 a.m., MassDOT said.
Arthur Brand, a Dutch private investigator, believes the works are intact, and he thinks he can crack the case.
“Stout southwesterly winds” will pose some trouble for boaters, the National Weather Service said.
The two-alarm blaze took place late Monday.
Police said the girl saw children playing with razors and, when it seemed the razors weren’t hurting them, asked a child to use one on her.
Major-leaguers looking to slide into a new career or earn a degree will be encouraged to take classes through the school.
The body was found around 4 p.m. Monday, police said.
A Cambridge construction site will be getting a makeover next week with the arrival of a 500-foot-long photo-mural depicting a stretch of the city’s riverbank.
A 16-year-old from Everett stands accused of breaking into the Square One mall and taking a gun and ammunition.
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City councilors expressed their concerns at a hearing on Monday.
Faust’s background affected her priorities while leading the university.
The three teens removed the mask of the performer, who is black, and struck him in the face while shouting a racial slur, the Suffolk DA said.
The third day of Sail Boston festivities was a perfect day for a parade sailors downtown.
A man and a woman were charged, police said.
Three hospitals have been cited repeatedly by state regulators, a Globe review found.
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The city’s new wax museum will feature an array of celebrity figures and notable names through history.
Accused gang leader and killer Steven Touch of Lynn fled from authorities in January.
Today is Tuesday, June 20, the 171st day of 2017. There are 194 days left in the year. Summer begins at 9:24 p.m. Pacific time/10:24 p.m. Mountain time/11:24 p.m. Central time (12:24 a.m. Eastern time June 21).
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Reporter Todd Wallack answered some questions about the case, which has flummoxed police for 48 years.
There is a risk of flash flooding, severe thunderstorms, and even tornadoes from 2 p.m. Monday afternoon to 6 a.m. Tuesday.
An entire street had to be closed off to showcase the nearly 160-foot lobster roll.
The radar will be down for as much as four days as crews replace old parts.
The company has acquired a license to sell food and drinks from the iconic spot in Fort Point.
The governor will ask lawmakers to approve a five-year plan that extends the state’s commitment to biotech.
Only one out of four people age 13 to 25 get the recommended prescriptions.
The House legislation included heavy-handed adjustments to the legalization measure, while the Senate made more modest changes.
“Here’s the summer line up,” the governor teased in an email to prospective donors.
Michael McCarthy is accused of murdering the 2-year-old whose remains washed ashore on Deer Island in 2015.
“These trips will have a lower passenger capacity than normal. Reservations are strongly suggested,” the Steamship Authority said.
Severe weather is in the cards for Monday and Tuesday, especially in western New England.
Several Massachusetts communities saw heavy rain and wind damage.
A Mass. family sued Harvard Pilgrim Health Care in May for refusing to pay for their son’s wilderness therapy in Utah.
A 16-year-old from Everett is accused of breaking into the Square One mall and taking a gun and ammunition.
Monday’s forecast includes the possibility of lightning strikes, high winds, quarter-sized hail, and even an isolated tornado.
The addition of the clinicians would triple the size of a mental health unit.
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Illicit activity and loitering at Mass. Ave. and Melnea Cass Boulevard has reached a breaking point, city officials said.
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“Just the presence of the dog changes the mood,” says Rob Dwyer, owner of Dwyer Funeral Home in Pittsfield.
Legislation filed by State Senator Michael Barrett of Lexington will be the subject of a public hearing on Thursday.
Mystic Valley Regional Charter School boasts high test scores, but critics contend the school often neglects the needs of its most vulnerable students.
Five people were rescued Sunday morning from a boat that had sunk after hitting a rocky area in Buzzards Bay off Wareham, according to Isaac Perry, Marion’s harbormaster.
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Paris next month will unveil three public swimming areas in a once-polluted canal. Can Boston learn from that model?
After a cloudy and muggy Saturday, thousands of spectators braved the heat and long lines to board the tall ships on Sunday.
The ships will be berthed in areas along the harbor until Thursday.
Today is Monday, June 19, the 170th day of 2017. There are 195 days left in the year.
Two people died in Westfield Saturday afternoon after a fire burned a home without smoke detectors.
In the Trump era, data has disappeared from the environmental agency’s website. Now, Boston is returning the info to the public sphere.
Investigators interviewed crew members and witnesses Sunday about the crash of a ferry into a jetty Friday night that left 15 injured.
Luis Ronald Baez, 21, of Brockton, was arrested for interfering with firefighters after a car accident.
Three New Hampshire teens were arrested on charges of assaulting and yelling racial slurs at a well-known performer called “Keytar Bear” in Boston.
Families and city leaders walked in Roxbury to spread a message: Fathers want a safer city for their children.
The men are scheduled to be arraigned Monday in Merrimack County Court, State Police said.
Most of the dogs found were living in “squalid conditions,” police said.
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The protesters want better pay and living conditions on farms that provide milk for the ice cream maker.
Our roving correspondent wasn’t about to let a parade of 54 magnificent ships shake his cynicism about life on the ocean. Then, suddenly, he was smitten.
A three-alarm fire at 710 Main St. caused an estimated $1 million in damages on Friday night.
Three researchers want a chance to solve the 1969 murder of a Harvard student, but the Middlesex district attorney won’t let them see the files.
Elijah is a very charming boy. He enjoys riding his bike, playing tag, and other outside activities.
The fire, which was one day before Father’s Day, took the lives of more firefighters than any other in Boston Fire Department history.
University students around New England are still seeking study abroad opportunities, not letting fear keep them from international experiences.
The 2-year-old boy was unresponsive when he arrived a Manchester hospital, before being transported to a Boston-area hospital.
The victim, a 33-year-old man, suffered arm and leg injuries, Worcester police said.
A Globe review found that 43 percent of water samples collected at MCI-Norfolk since 2011 showed elevated levels of manganese.
Geront Neziri, 43, allegedly hit six parked vehicles around 1:15 a.m. on Washington Street in West Roxbury.
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Officials said 45-year-old Scott Rooney was struck by a car around 10 p.m. on Quincy Shore Drive.
A woman in her 20s who was was shot on Van Winkle Street in Dorchester Friday night is expected to survive, according to Boston police.
Two experienced operators were in charge of the Cape Cod ferry that slammed into a jetty Friday night in rough seas and injured 15 people.
Thousands of spectators clapped and cheered as the ships came into view and cannons fired in salute.
Sail Boston tweeted Saturday morning that the Parade of Sail was delayed until 10 a.m. because of offshore fog.
For a few hours on Saturday, it again was the Age of Sail in Boston.
A 22-year-old woman was killed and two men were injured in a crash early Saturday in Brentwood, N.H.
A “fastathon” hosted by a local mosque invited non-Muslims to fast for Ramadan and raised money for school lunches.
Brayden Gero, a 12-year-old player and son of a Boston police officer, pitched the final strikeout of the season last weekend.
The verdict affirms society’s disapproval of mistreating people who are suffering and often not thinking rationally, one expert says.
Six were injured, three of them seriously, when a ferry crashed into a jetty at the entrance to Hyannis Harbor Friday night.
Governor Baker returned from Washington after attending the first meeting of a commission set up by President Trump to examine the nation’s opioid addiction crisis.
Advocates praised the announcement, but they sounded a cautionary note about the fate of unauthorized adult immigrants.
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Rhode Island’s Teacher of the Year is drawing attention for his display of LGBT pride in a photo-op with President Donald Trump.
The 81-year-old man was transported to Cape Cod Hospital on Friday.
There will be sections of road specifically reserved for handicap parking.
Ryan Zinke visited Boston Friday to meet with scientists and fishermen in his review of the East Coast’s only marine monument.
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In Boston Harbor, the Grand Parade of Sail puts history in motion.
One of Philadelphia’s top law enforcement officers has been named the lone finalist to become police commissioner in Cambridge.
East Side Money Gang member Josue Rodriguez, a.k.a. “Superbad,” was arrested last June in a far-reaching probe of suspected gang members.
The young bear tore down and ate a bird feeder, police said.
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“Our hope is to continue to do this, and our goal is for them to come back,” Cesar Morales said.
Police officers attending a community meeting at the South Street Housing Development were able to de-escalate a dangerous situation.
“The pig, which Georgetown Police estimate to be around 1,000 pounds, appeared friendly, and was hanging out by a Frisbee, ready to play,” police said in a release.
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The legislation would leave much of the legalization referendum in place.
The race has been likened to the Iditarod, but on the open seas.
The truck was “fully engulfed in flames” shortly after the early morning crash.
It’s a match made in upper-middle-class heaven.
Judge Lawrence Moniz’s decision, followed nationally if not internationally, had all the drama of the climax of a ripped-from-the-headlines television show.
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Carter was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter Friday in Taunton.
The timing of President Trump’s tweets was odd for several reasons.
Michelle Carter, who repeatedly urged her boyfriend to kill himself, was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter Friday.
“In my opinion, it’s just world-class artists doing some world class art on the beach,” local master sculptor Greg Grady said.
Only law enforcement officials will be allowed to fly drones over the celebration.
Judge Lawrence Moniz cited what Michelle Carter told Conrad Roy III on the phone at the critical moment, after he had stepped out of the truck.
Michelle Carter was was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter in the death of her boyfriend, Conrad Roy, who killed himself in 2014.
In issuing his guilty verdict, the judge in the Michelle Carter case referred to two prior criminal cases as precedence for his involuntary manslaughter ruling.
Michael R. Brown’s troubled life came to a violent end after he led police on an hour-long pursuit from Malden to Newton, N.H.
Carter was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter in the suicide of her boyfriend, Conrad Roy.
Michelle Carter is accused of persuading her boyfriend to commit suicide.
A Bristol County juvenile court judge will issue a decision at 11 a.m. in the texting suicide case.
Seventeen years on, Molly Bish’s family continues to hope for answers in her murder.
A 40-year-old Maine man was apparently shot and killed by Mass. troopers across the border in New Hampshire after an hour-long pursuit that began in Malden.
Architects’ renderings show how the chamber will look when the project ends in January 2019.
As a boy, Dr. Theony Deshommes was lifted out of poverty by the Louverture Cleary School. Now there are plans to replicate that success.
The armed suspect suffered a gunshot injury and died after a nearly hour-long pursuit with state troopers Thursday.
Today is Friday, June 16, the 167th day of 2017. There are 198 days left in the year.
The employee was cutting grass at the town pumping station Thursday afternoon, police said.
The 23-year-old man from Kensington, N.H. was rushed by ambulance to Portsmouth Medical Center, State Police said.
The body of a 33-year-old Uxbridge man was discovered on Thursday afternoon.
Thomas Scammon, 51, was found on a park bench early Thursday morning, police said.
Police are searching for the suspect, 33-year-old Raymark Soto.
Jaydon Dancy, a fifth-grader at Carlton Innovation School, was struck and killed by a commuter rail train last Friday.
David Mittelman, 62, of Dover, who died May 23, was a a managing partner at Convexity Capital in Boston, and was an astrophotographer who long supported observatories.
The unusually aggressive tactics are part of a sweeping crackdown on undocumented immigrants by the Trump administration.
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Two people in Lawrence were arrested and pleaded not guilty to one count each of trafficking more than 200 grams of heroin Thursday.
Massachusetts lawmakers have met the enemy, and it is them.
Report examines gaps in Boston and Chelsea.
Authorities accused a dozen men, mostly gang members, of selling crack cocaine and firearms in and around Roxbury’s Orchard Gardens.
The Southbridge man plotted the attack for weeks and told police someone ordered him “to be a warrior for the cause.”
The AP Stylebook urges words that treat addiction as a medical rather than a moral issue.
Chloe, the dog that jumped out of a car at Logan International Airport Sunday evening, is now home safe and sound with her owners in New Hampshire.
Residents reported seeing the bear, a 1 ½ year old male, near an apartment complex Wednesday.
Carter is accused of involuntary manslaughter for allegedly pressuring her boyfriend to kill himself in 2014.
The onesies read “Future Voter,” “Future Council Member,” and “#Bospoli Baby.”
The sky has been picture perfect blue the past couple of days, but it will return to cloudy along with the risk of showers.
More than 400 sailors and Marines arrived in Boston Thursday as the US Navy’s representatives for the six-day extravaganza.
A crowd of 103 history lovers heard stories as Don Doliber led a tour of public paths first established in the 1600s. Since his ancestry traces back some 10 generations, he never runs out of anecdotes.
Baker will be present at the inaugural meeting of President Trump’s commission on drug addiction and the opioid crisis, an aide said Thursday.
The school rebuffed her interest in being a fellow — a prestigious gig offered to distiguished former public servants.
The woman killed the animal after it attacked her while she was jogging in Maine.
Dr. Kenneth C. Edelin endured a firestorm of controversy after he performed an abortion at Boston City Hospital in 1973.
“Cicsco,” an 8-foot-long shark, was at the center of a feud on the high seas last year.
Sail Boston’s main event — the Grand Parade of Sail on Saturday — is only a piece of the six-day celebration.
The former US senator is President Trump’s ambassador to New Zealand and Samoa.
The FBI is offering a $100,000 reward for anyone who leads them to Donald Eugene Webb, who would be 85, or helps them find where the former New Bedford man is buried.
Immigration officials say they have been unable to locate Luis Baez, 34, who is accused of rape and posted a $2,500 bail.
Michael McCarthy is on trial for first-degree murder in the death of of toddler Bella Bond.
Harvard can have its pick of candidates for president, executive search consultants and education experts say.
Sasha Hearn saw three kids in trouble and made it her business to intervene.
The Plymouth District Attorney’s Office identified the man as Jason Comoletti.
The $12 million Scituate Public Library has opened to rave reviews, including from its director.
The event’s organizers are preparing for a bigger festival in its second time around.
Researchers report a male Great White shark spent the last few days traveling the Massachusetts coast.
Today is Thursday, June 15, the 166th day of 2017. There are 199 days left in the year.
Competition for boats, fees, permits, and politics vex organizers of the Grand Parade of Tall Ships.
It was a sadly familiar ritual: an American president addressing the nation at an unsettling time, decrying violence while urging citizens to set aside their differences and pray for the recovery of victims.
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The death of Michael Ray, of Fall River, on Saturday is the second suspected suicide this year and the 16th in Bristol County jail since 2006.
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The millionaire’s tax , approved by lawmakers Wednesday, is the latest amendment to come before the Massachusetts legislature in a tradition that dates back nearly 250 years.
Here are some key things to know about Sail Boston, the six-day event at Boston Harbor starting Saturday.
Firefighters were battling a three-alarm blaze Wednesday night that damaged at least two Roslindale residences on Washington Street.
Democrats and others on the left are always trying to talk about guns at times like these.
For students, the defining issue of Drew Faust’s legacy will likely be her impact on Harvard’s social landscape: the crackdown on all-male final clubs.
Police this week arrested 17 people allegedly involved in a violent feud between two rival Boston gangs, authorities said Wednesday.
The fire started when combustibles ignited with a gas stove heater, officials said.
Barry Jones, 36, of Portsmouth was shot in his torso and shoulder, authorities said.
The beloved bird, known affectionately as “Mr. Swan,” managed to stay one step ahead of rescuers who were trying to capture him.
The nurse remains in critical but stable condition after the attack by a patient.
Speaker Robert DeLeo cited “procedural issues” and “certain things we have to clear up,” without going into more specificity.
Prosecutors have asked that the jury be allowed to consider three charges: first-degree murder, second-degree murder, and involuntary manslaughter.
Volunteers will head to a former campground in West Brookfield Thursday, hoping that the latest technology will allow them to unearth new evidence.
Before the United States was even a country, Harvard had already seen almost a dozen presidents of the then-fledgling institution.
The event has been designated one of the highest security risks in the country — in the same category as the Super Bowl.
Early polling has found that more than two-thirds of voters support the amendment that would raise taxes on the rich.
Governor Charlie Baker is headlining a high-dollar fundraiser for his reelection bid next month on Cape Cod. For $15,000, you can get in.
Officers Kevin and Brian Riley, who are brothers, jumped into a pond to save a 57-year-old woman Wednesday morning.
With more than 50 Tall Ships descending on Boston this week, we take a look at what actually makes a ship “tall.”
More than 50 ships will parade through Boston Harbor starting this week. Here’s where you can see them.
First built in 1939, the oft-forgotten structure will offer water and a place to sit for pets and their owners.
Here’s a look at more than 50 Tall Ships in Boston Harbor this weekend.
Buses are running between Babcock Street and Washington Street because of a disabled train near Warren Street, officials said.
Since its beginnings in the 17th century, Harvard has had just 28 presidents. Its longest-serving president, Charles William Eliot, oversaw the university from 1869 to 1909.
Faust pushed to increase diversity among both faculty and students and she oversaw a dramatic expansion of financial aid.
Drew Faust, the school’s first female president, will have led the university for 11 years.
Prosecutors say Carter, who is accused of persuading her boyfriend to kill himself, sent the messages in order to cover her tracks.
The victim drowned trying to swim back from an island in Georgiaville Pond around 8 p.m. Tuesday night.
Members of Congress have long been gathering annually to compete in a bipartisan baseball game for charity.
The group is seeking to intervene in a federal lawsuit to protect Obama administration rules designed to protect student borrowers against predatory for-profit schools.
A man was sitting in a wooden chair on a stoop in Mattapan with two other men when a dozen gunshots rang out.
The ruling will likely allow an expansion of the effort to battle the opioid crisis.
Among the most riveting of eyewitness accounts of Wednesday’s shooting came from Senator Jeff Flake and Representative Mo Brooks.
There is no known threat to Massachusetts, State Police said.
Members of the state’s congressional delegation turned to Twitter Wednesday morning to express their shock and extend sympathies to the victims of the shooting.
A rifle-wielding attacker opened fire on Republican lawmakers at a baseball practice Wednesday.
Chloe, a 2-year-old wire fox terrier, was last seen at Terminal B.
Saint Joseph School in Haverhill shuts down along with Saint Clement in Medford just as a $12 million expansion is announced at St. Mary’s.
Though the license and special permit expired in 2015, rental car companies are still being allowed to pay to store overflow at the former dog track.
New owner PECO Real Estate Partners wants to create an “outdoor lifestyle center” as part of nearly $40 million in upgrades
The city is moving away from route learning to a hands-on projects approach that will take students outside.
Today is Wednesday, June 14, the 165th day of 2017. There are 200 days left in the year. This is Flag Day.
A man in his late teens or early 20s was shot on Delhi Street around 7 p.m.
A 24-year-old Framingham man pleaded guilty to posing as a girl online and convincing boys to send nude photos and videos of themselves.
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Doing so would be a losing bet, the commission said.
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Backers of the ordinance said they are worried Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents might start targeting schools.
Trees were uprooted, properties were damaged, and streets were closed in its wake.
The process has been far from perfect, but building the proposed Winthrop Square tower is the right thing to do.
If efforts by business groups to derail the measure fail, the amendment could head to the ballot, where early polling suggests it enjoys overwhelming support.
The man allegedly killed two sisters in their Dorchester apartment in 2011 and will soon be arraigned on murder charges in Suffolk Superior Court, officials said.
The 30-megawatt Deepwater Wind project is a prelude to a much bigger development that’s expected to occur nearby, in Massachusetts waters.
The galaxies were spotted by the Hubble telescope using a rare space phenomenon.
House leaders will unveil a bill Wednesday that would more than double the total tax on recreational marijuana.
The lawsuit alleges that the Department of Energy has been stalling to avoid finalizing several energy saving standards.
Naomi McManus, 75, was struck by a car while walking her dog Tuesday morning, police said.
This weekend’s event has a security risk higher than the Boston Marathon and equivalent to a Super Bowl or presidential inauguration, city officials said.
This is the earliest Boston has had two three-day stretches over 90 degrees since record keeping began.
The teen was arrested for an aggravated assault, and a search uncovered the gun.
Michelle Carter is accused of encouraging Conrad Roy to commit suicide.
Before he died, Conrad Roy left a note to Michelle Carter, who is accused of persuading Roy to commit suicide.
Michelle Carter is accused of encouraging her boyfriend to commit suicide.
His Allston plans rejected, Geoffrey Reilinger is applying for a new medical marijuana dispensary in Back Bay.
The shooting took place around 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at the New Hampshire Liquor and Wine Outlet.
A Falmouth man surrendered to police in the Cape Cod town early Tuesday.
What do a police chief, a reverend, and a lawyer all have in common? They’ve all been caught improperly accessing or sharing information from the state’s database of criminal records.
Just 10 people or organizations have been found to have violated the law around Criminal Offender Record Information, or CORI, in the past five years.
Several incidents, including a fight between two women, and a teenager who allegedly refused to turn down his music, led to the arrest of eight people.
Scattered thunderstorms this afternoon and evening could potentially be severe.
“I’ll forever be in your heart and we will meet up someday in Heaven,” Conrad Roy wrote in a warm note to Michelle Carter.
A non-profit organized by some of the parents of the Newtown school shooting victims has dropped Megyn Kelly as a featured speaker at their fund-raiser.
“My deepest passion is for kids,” said Charlie Baker’s wife in an interview.
“Typically, there is a function on the waterfront and someone wants to have fireworks,” said Boston Fire Department spokesman Steve MacDonald.
It’s hard to appreciate just how massive the 13-acre building is by driving by it, or by taking a glance from I-93.
The fatal shooting, outside 29 Hosmer Street, is the 17th homicide in Boston this year.
Material in a freight train caught fire in Mansfield, officials said.
Fire officials said the blaze affected three buildings on Taft Street, which also suffered damage in a 2014 tornado.
Today is Tuesday, June 13, the 164th day of 2017. There are 201 days left in the year.
The girl was eventually taken by helicopter to Tufts Medical Center in Boston. She is in critical condition.
The Essex DA’s office says there are no signs of foul play.
A person was shot on a Mattapan street Monday night