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‘I feel really, really lucky.’ Meet Maura Healey’s partner.

Healey began quietly dating attorney Joanna Lydgate after Lydgate left the attorney general’s office in 2020. They spoke exclusively to the Globe about their relationship.

Massachusetts police reform panel suspends 15 officers

A state panel created in 2020 partially in response to nationwide calls for police reform following the death of George Floyd has suspended 15 police officers who face allegations of misconduct.

Woman suffers ‘potentially life-threatening’ injuries after being struck by vehicle in Newton

A 44-year-old pedestrian was hit near the area of Parker Street and Hagen Road and was taken to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, according to Newton police.

Forecast | Dave Epstein

Snow and rain on the way to New England via major national storm

The large storm system swirling around the center of the country is affecting millions of people across the United States and at the end of the week, Southern New England will eventually come into the mix.

It snowed! Here’s what the first snowfall of the season looked like.

Some communities received 1 to 2 inches of snowfall, much of which has since melted away.

Police investigate smash-and-grab burglary at Newton jewelry store

At least three suspects were involved in a break-in early Sunday morning at New England Diamond and Jewelry Buyers on Washington Street in Newton, according to police.

Unseasonably warm temps in Mass., but not yet a record breaker, meteorologist says

“it almost feels like early September weather,” said Bill Simpson, meteorologist for the National Weather Service in Norton said late Saturday afternoon. “It’s pretty warm and humid, but that will start declining slowly on Sunday.”

‘I’ll never meet someone like her again.’ Friends mourn shooting victim, 24, killed in Dorchester while making music video.

Quaaneiruh Goodwyn was the mother of a five-month-old boy. She started her own clothing line. She rapped. She was the glue binding together a group of friends from Newton South High School six years after they graduated.