Groton teen charged with killing baby goat
Dominick Tidd, 18, is due to be arraigned in Winchendon District Court on charges of cruelty to animals, larceny under $250, and destruction of property, according to police.
US Attorney will do ‘fair’ and ‘independent’ review of allegations against son, Baker says
Governor Charlie Baker declined to say what his son told him about the alleged incident, calling it a “personal matter.”
Live video: Governor Baker addresses allegation against his son
An adult female passenger reportedly told authorities that Andrew Baker, known as A.J., groped her breast on a JetBlue flight from Washington, D.C., to Boston Wednesday night.
Two men on fishing trip rescued after boat sinks in Dartmouth harbor
Two men were enjoying their fishing trip out on a Dartmouth harbor Sunday afternoon when suddenly their 1960s open boat began to sink.
Lawyer for Brazilian woman separated from child heading to Chicago in attempt to retrieve boy
The 9-year-old son of Lidia Souza is being held at Heartland Alliance, an organization that operates shelters for unaccompanied minors in the Chicago area.
Investigators try to identify what made workers sick at Salem factory; 30 were treated
First responders on Sunday rushed to Thermal Circuits Inc. facility Sunday to investigate a report of a chlorine leak.
Small earthquake hits Norfolk
A small 1.3-magnitude earthquake hit Norfolk early Monday morning, but officials believe few residents even felt it.
Ayanna Pressley endorses defunding ICE
Pressley, who is running for the Seventh Congressional District seat, said US Immigration and Customs Enforcement poses an “existential threat” to immigrant communities.
It’s a damp and cool Monday
It will be mostly cloudy in the Boston area, and temperatures will be in the mid-60s.
Overnight storm causes flash flooding, power outages
The ferocious weather system also was blamed for a house fire in Nahant and flash flooding in Chelsea.
Norwood police searching for suspects who allegedly stole $2,000 worth of razors, teeth whitening strips
Two individuals allegedly shoplifted approximately $2,000 worth of teeth whitening strips and razors from a Norwood Stop & Shop supermarket earlier this month.
Man arrested for killing baby goat in Ashburnham
Police said the goat, a young Nigerian Dwarf named Marshmallow, was found missing from her pen on Friday morning.
About 30 people hospitalized after Salem hazmat incident
Workers at Thermal Circuits Inc. had trouble breathing and remaining conscious, and also felt nauseous.
This day in history
Today is Monday, June 25, the 176th day of 2018. There are 189 days left in the year.
Two men rescued from sinking boat off Dartmouth coast
Once the boat started sinking, people from the New Bedford Yacht Club, who were participating in a small regatta, took notice and rescued the men.
Weather updates and alerts
A look at weather activity and forecasts in Massachusetts and around the region.
‘Untimely death’ of female juvenile in Goffstown, N.H. was accidental, officials say
Local and state officials are investigating the “untimely death” of a juvenile that happened on Saturday in Goffstown, N.H.
Lottery results from Sunday drawings
Rufus Gifford’s bid for Congress boosted by father’s connections
Associates of former Boston banker “Chad” Gifford have donated $87,000 to Rufus Gifford’s campaign.
‘I can still see him as he took his last breath, and could see the life sucked out of him’
Officials on Sunday continued their investigation into the deadly Lynn shooting of Romel Danis, 25, which also left two other men injured.
In Jamaica Plain, dozens protest migrant family separation
About 150 demonstrators gathered at the former Blessed Sacrament Church building on Centre Street Sunday afternoon for the rally.
Heavy rain on tap for Sunday evening
The heavier part of the rain, with the possibility of thunderstorms, was expected to start around 6:30 p.m. and not let up until 9 to 10 p.m.
Three taken to hospital after five-car crash on I-93 in Boston
The pileup happened at 2:48 p.m. Sunday in the southbound lanes of Interstate 93, just before exit 24.
Teenager helps blind and deaf passenger on flight from Logan
The man was both deaf and blind, so Clara Daly, who had been studying American Sign Language for a year, would have to sign into his hand.
Hyannis woman arrested for stealing items at fund-raiser honoring fallen Yarmouth officer Sean Gannon
The woman stole a box of auction items from the charity event hosted in honor of Gannon, who was killed on duty in April.
Two men extradited to Massachusetts to face charges in murder of 19-year-old woman
Kentavious Coleman, 20, and Kenyonte Galmore, 22, are scheduled to be arraigned Monday afternoon in Norfolk Superior Court.
Canadian woman dead after bike hits tree in Vermont
Carolyne Delage of Quebec was riding down Lincoln Gap Road when she lost control of her bicycle and struck a tree at about 4 p.m., according to a statement from Vermont State Police.
Seekonk drug bust yields 400 pills, 10 grams of heroin
Police said they also recovered a large amount of cash and a loaded .380 caliber handgun.
Share your story: Have you been affected by suicide?
Suicide is a public health crisis. Tell us the stories of how you and your loved ones have been affected by it, and how you’ve coped.
Secrets of a Lost Girl
Alexandra Valoras showed every outward sign of success and promise, a star at school, beloved at home. She revealed nothing of her inner anguish, except in her diary — a chronicle of scathing self-criticism and growing desperation that her parents chose to share so that other families might learn from their loss.
Motorcyclist killed in Pepperell crash
Jack Wilbur, 21, of Pepperell lost control of the motorcycle he was driving Friday night, officials said.
Three people seriously injured in Newbury crash
Three people were taken to an area hospital with serious injuries after what officials believe was a head-on collision in Newbury Saturday afternoon, according to officials.
N.H. investigating ‘untimely death’ in Goffstown
An autopsy has been scheduled for Sunday on the body of a woman found in her home, officials said.
Lottery results from Saturday drawings
Mass. ICE agents to reinstate in-office arrests
The practice of arresting undocumented immigrants in government offices was halted by the region’s former acting director.
Tommy Chang’s relationship with community never clicked, observers say
For Superintendent Tommy Chang, a failure at community-building stymied efforts to improve Boston’s public schools, education experts and city officials said.
Increased checkpoints away from borders alarm advocates
For 11 hours on Wednesday, drivers who wanted to travel through a remote stretch of northern Maine were asked a simple question: Where were you born?