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A film festival established by documentary filmmaker Michael Moore is being sued by a Boston company. [Read More]
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Lawrence Police officer Ivan Soto was on duty when he found out his house was on fire. [Read More]
An official with the state fire marshal's office said the leak is not connected to the gas explosions and fires that occurred Thursday in the... [Read More]
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The white three-story home Carla Morel had owned for five years was blown off its foundation in South Lawrence. [Read More]
New Hampshire Attorney General Gordon MacDonald's office has been investigating the elite boarding school for 14 months. [Read More]
A Plymouth police captain is awaiting a decision on whether he'll face criminal charges after an allegation from a female patrol officer, according to lawyers. [Read More]
The head football coach for Saugus High School has been placed on administrative leave and police have launched an investigation over a team-related incident that... [Read More]
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Governor Charlie Baker on Thursday unveiled a legislative proposal that would expand the criteria for ordering bail in the wake of high-profile crimes allegedly committed... [Read More]
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Some Springfield police are brutal and brazen. Now, amid several federal miscoduct investigations they're besieged. [Read More]
The number of Legionnaires' cases tied to an outbreak in Hampton, N.H., has risen to 14 while two residents of Nashua, N.H., have also been... [Read More]
Stephen VanDalinda and his wife, Erin, were reportedly on Pine Street with their dog when Catrina Costello deliberately drove into them. [Read More]
Scott Landis and his brother were flying to spread their father's ashes, according to the owner of Cranland Airport. [Read More]
The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston has asked all of its parishes to read a statement this weekend from Cardinal Sean P. O'Malley about a... [Read More]
Longnook Beach remained closed for swimming Saturday due to "recent shark activity." [Read More]
The 52-count indictment was announced by Hampden District Attorney Anthony Gulluni and covers crimes allegedly committed by Stewart Weldon against 11 people over a year's... [Read More]
Hollywood icon and activist Jane Fonda has donated more than 130 boxes of personal papers, films, photographs, correspondence, and other items to Smith College in... [Read More]
US Senator Elizabeth Warren is facing tough criticism from local police chiefs over recent remarks about racism and the criminal justice system, exposing her to... [Read More]
Governor Charlie Baker signed legislation on Friday that established the weekend break on the 6.25 percent sales tax for goods costing up to $2,500. [Read More]
The Boston Water and Sewer Commission is being sued by two employees who allege the agency is beset by unchecked gender and racial discrimination. [Read More]
State public health officials have cited two state prisons for inadequate ventilation, after receiving complaints of excessive heat inside the facilities during a heat wave... [Read More]
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