Both candidates were reaching out to supporters this weekend.
Boston will likely be hitting its third heat wave of the season, starting Sunday and stretching into Wednesday.
A pedestrian died after they were hit by a car on the Mass. Pike eastbound Sunday afternoon.
A man flying an ultralight glider plane was pulled from Lake Winnipesaukee after it crashed into the New Hampshire lake.
Six people were injured during a party at a rented house in Brockton late Saturday night.
A boater was able to photograph a six-to-eight foot great white shark off Truro.
Coronavirus cases in New Hampshire increased by 14 on Sunday, bringing the state total to 6,831, according to the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services.
Health officials reported 286 new confirmed coronavirus cases and 14 additional deaths in the state on Sunday.
Maine authorities say the body of a Massachusetts man was found in the Webhannet River after authorities responded to a report of an unoccupied sailboat.
New Hampshire's hospitals are hurting financially and bracing for cuts due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Massachusetts is among many states where there are debates over native mascots for high school sports teams.
Mass. AFL-CIO President Steve Tolman joins WBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller to discuss school and workplace coronavirus safety.
The latest developments concerning coronavirus in Massachusetts, updated throughout the day.
"You can protest, you can post it, but you've got to go out and vote.”
"It was really fun to see nature doing her thing."
Dozens of people gathered near Copley Square in Boston, some with the Lebanese flag draped over their shoulders, demanding peace and political change.
You can watch the candidates’ next debate on Tuesday, August 11th at 7 p.m. on WBZ-TV and streaming on CBSN Boston.
Mayor Carlo DeMaria issued the order Saturday, which states that anyone older than 2 must wear a face covering in public spaces.
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.
The single-vehicle rollover happened on Route 195 eastbound a little after 3 a.m.
The spraying will target 25 towns in Plymouth and Bristol counties after 12 towns in the area have been found to be a moderate to critical risk for Eastern Equine Encephalitis.
The 7-day weighted average of positive tests in Massachusetts is now 1.8% as of Friday, down from 1.9% on Thursday.
Duke University Medical Center researchers say their new study confirms coronavirus can be spread just by talking, without coughing or sneezing.
The state’s largest teachers’ union is pushing back against Governor Charlie Baker’s belief that children can’t learn to read remotely.
The transplant from an anonymous donor took place at Boston's Brigham and Women's Hospital in July.
The latest developments concerning coronavirus in Massachusetts, updating daily.
Curry College is retiring its mascot and changing its logo.
It took 20 people to save two teenagers from a quarry in Ashland Friday.
“Two times his phone answered. The first time for 21 seconds, the second time for 43 seconds."
Police have arrested and charged a 25-year-old Lynn man in connection with a Roxbury shooting that critically wounded a store clerk.
Police say the man was hit with a projectile and has life-threatening injuries.
Worcester is favoring a remote start while Boston hasn't released a plan yet.
Police said the merchandise was valued at $14,000.
Bartlett was in the Army Air Corps during World War II.
A psychiatrist and his wife both face charges in connection with a scheme to illegally import medications to treat alcohol and opioid dependence from China.
Roller Kingdom will provide supervised virtual learning while it waits to reopen.
College students across the country are scrambling to figure out whether they should change their plans to live at school or stay at home.
On Thursday, on one of the trails under power lines, a rider discovered steel spikes in the middle of the trail,
Unemployment's sizable decline in July still reflects a slowing economic recovery in the face of the unchecked coronavirus pandemic.
An 81-year-old woman was rescued by a firefighter after a fire broke out in her Tyngsboro home overnight.