President Trump announced Sunday that the U.S. government "must" again pursue the death penalty for Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, after a federal appeals court Friday threw out the death sentence because the judge who oversaw the case did not adequately screen jurors for potential biases.
Red Sox player Eduardo Rodriguez won't be able to play this season because he has heart inflammation caused by COVID-19. "You're more at risk when you're older, but it hits the young pretty hard, too, at times. And Eddie just, unfortunately, is one of those guys that it hit hard, and to get to lose an entire season, it's pretty rough on anybody," said a Red Sox official.
Families trying to get in a last-minute vacation before school starts better do some homework on COVID-19 restrictions before loading up the minivan.
A federal appeals court on Friday overturned the death sentence of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the man convicted in the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing.
A Massachusetts firefighters union has taken down the “Thin Blue Line” flags it displayed on its trucks in support of police officers, following days of resistance to a town order asking for their removal.
A school bus driver in Massachusetts returned to the classroom and earned his college degree -- and he says he was inspired to do so by the students he drove to school each day.
Across the country, some bars are getting ready for a flood of baseball fans, since their locations might be the only way to see a game in person this season. In Chicago, the Cubs said that it hasn't been decided yet whether the rooftops along Waveland and Sheffield will be open.
A Massachusetts brother helped his sister with Leigh's disease slam dunk a basketball.
Boston police launched an investigation Wednesday after the city’s Christopher Columbus statue was beheaded overnight.
Many students will be sticking closer to home this fall, university officials say: deposits from in-state students are up and commitments from international students are way down.
A good Samaritan was captured on dashcam rescuing passengers from a fiery wreck on an interstate.
A Massachusetts mother who contracted the coronavirus while she was pregnant says her “heart was skipping” this week when she finally got to hold her new child – 28 days after he was born.
The boy’s mother wrote to Storyful that her son, Justin Sullivan, was admitted to the ER on April 15 after having difficulties standing.
More U.S. cities are capping commission fees third party delivery services charge restaurants, many of which are mom-and-pop small business owners.
A UPS driver in Massachusetts makes a little girl’s day each week by waving to her from the front porch while dropping off packages during lockdown.
The oldest brother of Sen. Elizabeth Warren, Donald Reed Herring, has died from the coronavirus.
Police in Massachusetts are asking for the public's help to identify a woman accused of spraying Lysol in a cashier's eyes after being told of a purchase limit.
"I would be lying if I said I wasn’t scared," one of the nurses says in the video.
An MIT researcher has warned that coronavirus droplets could travel up to 27 feet, which could have major implications for social distancing.
A 37-year-old woman who flew from Los Angeles to Beijing last week before testing positive for coronavirus could reportedly face up to seven years in prison in China for allegedly hiding her symptoms.