Massachusetts 4 hours ago

Carfax Vehicle History Reports May Not Tell the Whole Story

Lou Rissen of North Andover, Massachusetts, was ready to trade in his BMW for a newer model. “I went to the car dealership and found a car that I liked,” said Rissen. “They wanted to...

  • North Middlesex 10 hours ago

    North Middlesex Students’ ‘Inappropriate’ Behavior Gets Them Banned From Sporting Events

    Students at a Massachusetts high school have been temporarily banned from attending home and away athletic events due to their “inappropriate” behavior. A letter was sent to parents of students at North Middlesex Regional High School in Townsend Tuesday saying that, due to repeated complaints from parents and administrators, students wi...
  • Fall River 12 hours ago

    WATCH: Police Hunt Down Domestic Violence Suspect in Mass. Woods

    Dramatic police footage shows a man, hiding out in the woods of southeast Massachusetts, successfully tracked down and arrested this week. Massachusetts State Police released the video of Monday’s arrest in the Fall River woods on Wednesday. The suspect had last been seen running across Route 24 near Wilson Road and into the nearby woods, pol...
  • missing girl 8 hours ago

    Missing Nashua Teen Found

    A missing 13-year-old girl from Nashua, New Hampshire, has been found. Tieah Efthimiou was reported missing. She had last been seen in the area of Lock Street, according to police. Efthimiou was located around 7 p.m., police said. The department thanked the public for their assistance.

  • forecast 4 hours ago

    Thaw Continues Ahead of Weekend Storm

    Our warming trend continues into Thursday and Friday. Today we had highs in the 30s and this led to some decent melting across New England. Tonight watch for icy spots developing as everything refreezes while lows dip into the teens and 20s south. High temperatures for Thursday may approach 50 degrees in some places in southern New England. Norther...
  • Cemetery 13 hours ago

    Erosion, Floods Make Some Final Resting Places Not so Final

    Some tranquil spots chosen for graveyards centuries ago may no longer be as suitable with more intense storms, erosion and rising seas. The worsening conditions are leaving towns, cities and cemetery associations left to figure how to make those final resting places actually final hundreds of years later. In Vermont, a small historic cemetery where...
  • Weymouth 13 hours ago

    Extra-Cheery Dunkin’ Drive-Thru Employee Quickly Becoming a Local Legend

    Before dawn breaks over Massachusetts’ South Shore, Laron Bey’s smile and unflagging kindness beams through the darkness for bleary-eyed Dunkin’ Donuts customers looking for coffee and a bite to eat.

  • Susan Collins 14 hours ago

    Planned Parenthood Endorses Challenger to Sen. Susan Collins

    Planned Parenthood Action Fund said Tuesday that Collins “turned her back” on women. It cites her vote to confirm Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court as well as other judicial nominees who oppose abortion. Collins was honored by Planned Parenthood as recently as 2017 as “an outspoken champion for women’s health.” Coll...
  • Curry College 12 hours ago

    Blind Student Says Curry College Separated Her From Service Dog

    A blind student sued her Massachusetts college, claiming the school violated her rights by separating her from her service dog and failing to accommodate her needs. Isabella Scott, who is legally blind, said her teachers insisted that having her service dog in lab classes at Curry College, in Milton, was a violation of federal health and safety sta...
  • shooting 15 hours ago

    Shooting Under Investigation After 18-Year-Old Shot in Randolph

    An 18-year-old man was shot last Tuesday night in Randolph, Massachusetts, police said. Authorities said they received a report of multiple gunshot wounds at about 11:20 p.m. in the area of West and Old West streets. A 911 caller told police a man in a nearby apartment had suffered a gunshot wound to the leg. The victim, who was only…
  • Jeffrey Epstein 15 hours ago

    Brown University Fundraiser With Ties to Epstein Resigns

    A Brown University fundraising director has resigned, months after being placed on leave by the Ivy League school for his involvement in accepting donations from disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein while at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Media Lab, a Brown spokesman said.

  • Patriots 16 hours ago

    Robert Kraft Says Patriots ‘Plan’ to Keep Tom Brady

    Robert Kraft bolstered the hopes of Patriots’ fans everywhere on Tuesday, telling TMZ that New England is planning to re-sign their free agent quarterback. TMZ Sports caught up with the team’s owner as he left a building in New York and asked him about Brady’s pending free agency. “Are we going to keep Tom in New England, Bo...
  • student deportation 17 hours ago

    Iranian Student Deported From Boston: What to Know

    A Northeastern student from Iran was deported Monday after being denied entry into the United States and held at Boston Logan International Airport, sparking protests and prompting to school to fight on his behalf. Lawyers for Mohammad Shahab Dehghani Hossein Abadi, 24, are working working with the schools attorneys to keep bring him back to the co...
  • Texting Suicide Case 6 hours ago

    Michelle Carter to Be Released From Jail

    Michele Carter, who was convicted of encouraging her boyfriend through texts and phone calls to take his own life, is expected to be released from jail on Thursday. Her release will come just 10 days after the United States Supreme Court said it would not take up her appeal and less than a year after receiving her 15-month sentence. Carter,…...
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