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CVS, Walgreens to dispense abortion pills in R.I., Massachusetts

The nation’s two largest pharmacy chains will begin dispensing the abortion pill mifepristone this month, starting in a handful of states and gradually expanding to all other states where abortion is legal.

Bewildered when your Green Line train suddenly skips stops and runs ‘express’? You’re not alone.

The MBTA is working to “better convey information” about Green Line trains that sometimes skip stops and switch to “express” mode when trains are too close together, the agency said Friday.

Weather Focus | Dave Epstein

‘Pretty staggering’: Back-to-back warm Boston winters could be a first for the record books

This season's lack of cold and snow only exemplifies more evidence that the quintessential 'Winter in New England' is waning.

Man shot outside Brockton bar during fight

The shooting happened around 1:30 a.m. at the Brockton Café Bar & Grill, police said.

Ramona Fradon, longtime force in the world of comic books, dies at 97

In a long career as a comic book artist, Ramona Fradon added to the mythology of Aquaman and helped create the eccentric superhero Metamorpho.

Former MIT student pleads guilty to 2021 murder of Yale student in Connecticut

Qinxuan Pan, 32, faces 35 years in prison when he is sentenced in New Haven Superior Court on April 25.

Newburyport mourns beloved Unitarian minister fatally struck by pickup truck

The Rev. Helen M. Sampson Murgida was headed to City Hall to deliver the opening prayer of the mayor's State of the City Address Wednesday when she was fatally struck by a pickup truck outside City Hall.

Multiple companies fight 5-alarm fire on Maverick Street in Chelsea

Fire officials in Lynn, Everett, Somerville, and Malden said their departments were aiding the crews from Chelsea as police urged residents to avoid the area of 50 Maverick St.