Governor Baker gave the State of the Commonwealth speech Tuesday night. And inquiring minds are probably asking why the state is called that.
The talk signals the start of a new, more intense phase of a process that began in September and will likely stretch on for months.
Tufts Health Plan says some job cuts are “likely’’ after a state agency eliminated them from coverage options for tens of thousands of public workers.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions was questioned for several hours last week, and former FBI director James Comey was interviewed last year.
One student said the alleged shooter, a 15-year-old who will be charged with murder, “was determined” and “knew what he was doing.”
Customs agents seized more than $29,000 from a 51-year-old man who flew into Logan International Airport Thursday.
The 15 percent tax would be among the highest in the nation for the young industry.
One issue was a commuter rail train on the Needham line that was stopped between Ruggles and Forest Hills stations.
First came a chilling confession, then a macabre discovery: A couple in their 60s, lying dead next to each other in bed in an apparent murder-suicide.
BEN VOLIN I ON FOOTBALL
The QB’s injury takes some of the sizzle out of the Super Bowl, but the Eagles rebounded behind Nick Foles.
Joe Sullivan and Scott Thurston talk about the outlook for Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski, and Tara Sullivan discusses her feature on NHL player Brian Boyle and his battle with cancer.
Don’t worry — fellow CNN anchor (and Patriots fan) John Berman didn’t let Tapper’s comments go unchecked.
Gisele Bündchen reportedly asked Brady’s college teammate to help convince her husband to retire: “She was dead serious.”
The actor isn’t sure if he’ll go to the Super Bowl.
Since 2000, there have been 72 actors and actresses who won Academy Awards. Sixty are white.
Massachusetts dairy farms are being thinned out by a combination of development pressures and complex economics.
The mission? To go on a grocery bill “diet” and “feast like a foodie,” says Carol Rizzoli, whose family runs a meal-planning website.
Although some senators are apparently confused about this, the filibuster wasn’t part of the Senate’s original design.
A series of occasional articles on the Syrian refugee families resettling here, and the local people assisting them.
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One MIT-Harvard researcher is developing a new way to deliver chemotherapy to the abdomen using origami.
His teammates were taken aback by the 20-year-old defenseman’s need for a heart procedure.
A State Police trooper has been suspended without pay since April amid the agency’s internal probe of possible payments for unworked shifts.
Empty-nesters in their 50s were tired of their big Victorian, so they built a contemporary. Read more Design New England stories at realestate.boston.com.
As he heads toward a reelection fight, Governor Baker used the address to further distance himself from President Trump’s hardline policies and harsh rhetoric.
A State Department official says multiple American citizens were killed and injured in the Taliban’s weekend attack on the Intercontinental Hotel in Kabul, Afghanistan.
John Ferrara has steadily built the Boston-based firm into one of the region’s biggest investment banks.
The crooner, who was in the middle of his 50th anniversary tour, said he’d no longer perform in public.
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The Big Picture
After the confetti fell and the trophy was raised, it was all smiles from Tom Brady and the Patriots as they headed for another Super Bowl.