More than 200,000 customers lost electricity across Massachusetts early Thursday morning after strong wind and heavy rain brought down power lines and trees overnight.
An intensifying coastal storm bombed out overnight and brought flooding rain and damaging winds to the area.
Thursday afternoon, vendors for the Head of the Charles Regatta will begin moving onto the site as preparations continue.
Jaylen Brown is betting on himself this season, reportedly turning down a four-year, $80 million offer from the Boston Celtics.
Police reported similar break-ins in Massachusetts communities Tuesday evening.
The study included data on 9,542 concussions across 20 high school sports.
Violators would be fined up to $100.
Investigators have identified the owner of a car that was allegedly involved in a hit and run crash that injured four children in Stoneham.
Fall River Mayor Jasiel Correia announced Tuesday he will be taking a leave of absence and he will suspend his re-election campaign.
The Boston Celtics may have one preseason game left on their schedule, but the Boston Celtics have thrown in the towel on their exhibition season.
Ask Gronk himself, and he says he is not making a comeback to football.
Bad NFL officiating reached a fever pitch on Monday Night Football in Green Bay, when Cleke Blateman's officiating crew played a significant role in determining the outcome of the game.
Kemba Walker is actually looking to do more for the Celtics by doing less.
Why did the emu cross the road? Franklin police aren't sure, but they were thankfully able to catch it Monday morning.
Police in Methuen are looking for the driver who struck and killed a pedestrian Monday night.
A Gardner family is looking for help tracking down whoever shot their cat in the face.
A fourth Massachusetts resident has died from Eastern Equine Encephalitis.
A new study finds acne could be fueled by diet and other environmental factors.
A new study finds how fast you walk at age 45 could predict how your brain and body are aging.
A statue of Christopher Columbus in Rhode Island has been vandalized on the day named in his honor.
A federal judge is set to hear arguments in a lawsuit challenging Massachusetts' four-month ban on the sale of vaping products.
This ocean storm has been an enigma from the get-go.
Not even six full weeks into the season, the NFL might as well scrap the pass interference review system entirely. It's useless.
For the first time, Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden called for President Donald Trump to be impeached.
Ben Watson doesn't hold any ill will against the Patriots for releasing him earlier this week. But the move certainly stung the veteran tight end.
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Vaping retailers and their business partners gathered on Beacon Hill to speak out against the ban.
Brandeis University says it does not believe there's a threat to campus safety after photos of several students and professors were posted to an anti-Semitic website.
It looks like President Donald Trump is on board with a possible run for Congress by Curt Schilling.
Voters in Fall River re-elected their embattled mayor Tuesday on the same night that he was recalled from duty.
The Board of Selectmen voted to hold a public hearing on whether to prohibit the sale and use of balloons.
A Carfax spokesperson acknowledged “We do get information from Enterprise, but not damage.”
Mass. Attorney General Maura Healey says she is referring the case to the State Ethics Commission for potential civil ethics violations.
A lawn care company will pay refunds to thousands of customers for abusive and illegal debt collection practices, according to the Massachusetts Attorney General.
Two Boston College students studying abroad in Europe stood in the audience as Pope Francis drove to mass on Wednesday, hoping to give him a personalized gift.