Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez offered to put her college transcripts from Boston University up against President Donald Trump’s credentials as part of the latest clash between the two politicians.
The Red Sox have been bad so far in 2020, and to make matters worse, the games are starting later. Sam Kennedy admitted Thursday that those later start times probably weren't the team's best idea...
The Red Sox placed Andrew Benintendi on the 10-day Injured List with a right rib cage strain on Wednesday. But the struggling outfielder will be out a lot longer than 10 days.
The Celtics will close out their "regular season" down in Orlando with a noon tip-off against the lowly Washington Wizards. Most of Boston's starters will not be participating.
It is finally official. The Celtics will square off against the Philadelphia 76ers in the first round of the NBA Playoffs.
Many Plymouth parents aren't happy with the school district's remote learning option.
A parents’ group called “Bring Kids Back Massachusetts” gathered on the steps of the State House to push for schools to open their doors to students in the fall.
A bail fund is defending itself after freeing people facing serious crimes, including a convicted rapist who has since been charged with a new rape.
Jon says Joe Biden’s choice of Sen. Kamala Harris as his running mate almost surely doesn’t matter because the election is about Biden and President Trump.
A woman allegedly used a pink stun gun to rob a man at a Boston hotel during whatg police called a "dating app disaster."
“It’s unique all around this year."
The town of Natick is now the latest community to allow just one parent per player at youth baseball games.
Boston school bus monitors have not been paid since June, but don’t qualify for unemployment.
A total of 33 communities have had more than 4 cases of coronavirus per 100,000 people during the last two weeks.
The executive orders were signed after Democrats and the White House were unable to reach an agreement on a coronavirus stimulus relief bill this week.
Gov. Charlie Baker indicated at a Friday news conference that he doesn't want all schools in the state to be starting fully remote.
A driver seriously hurt in a crash that killed a Holy Cross rower is now suing the school and its former coach.
Researchers found that women are less likely to swipe right -- or say yes -- to men if they're posing with a cat in a picture.
Drivers will have more time to renew their licenses and registrations at the RMV due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Lord & Taylor, founded as a dry goods store in 1826, has struggled recently as more people shop online.
French big man Vincent Poirier is officially leaving the EuroLeague and joining the Celtics.
Bob Casey will retire at the end of the year and that means his artwork is in high demand.
Annie Murphy and Dan Levy discuss the new season of "Schitt's Creek" on Pop TV.
Ten-year-old Liam Hannon has been spreading the love in his Central Square neighborhood with his Liam's Lunches of Love project.
A lawn care company will pay refunds to thousands of customers for abusive and illegal debt collection practices, according to the Massachusetts Attorney General.
Michael Bidwill did not hold back when he spoke about Floyd and how the receiver handled his DUI arrest with the team.
Neighbors of a woman from Hull have won a four-year battle to get her to stop feeding birds. The town took Gail Kansky to court because of the swarms of sparrows, pigeons, and other birds that su...
There are so many birds on Gail Kansky’s deck in Hull the town says it has become a health hazard.
A family in Tyngsboro knew their birdfeeder was attracting something large and hungry, but they wanted proof.
Would you take on a job at a law firm for just $10,000 per year?