Cardinal Law, Central Figure In Church Abuse Scandal, DiesCardinal Bernard Law, the disgraced former archbishop of Boston whose failures to stop child molesters in the priesthood sparked what would become the worst crisis in American Catholicism, died early Wednesday, the Vatican said. He was 86.
NY Woman Missing Since '75 Found Alive In MassachusettsAuthorities say a New York woman who disappeared 42 years ago has been found suffering from dementia and living in Massachusetts.
Authorities: 7-Year-Old Boy Attacked, Killed By 2 Pit BullsAuthorities say a 7-year-old boy was apparently attacked and killed by two pit bulls in Massachusetts.
Norman Rockwell's 3 Sons Seek To Halt Sale Of His ArtworksNorman Rockwell's three sons were among several people who went to court on Friday seeking to halt a museum's plans to sell 40 works of art, including two by him.
Man Denied Gun License Fatally Shoots 6-Year-Old Son, SelfAuthorities in Massachusetts say a man who had recently been denied a gun license fatally shot his 6-year-old son before taking his own life.
Authorities Confirm ID Of Remains Found On Coast Guard BoatThe decomposed body found inside a closed compartment aboard a retired Coast Guard boat in Massachusetts has been identified as a man reported missing nine months ago.
New Librarian Finds Live Civil War-Era Shells In Her OfficeA Massachusetts librarian on her first day on the job has come across live military shells from the Civil War inside a closet in her new office.
Police Union Head: Sorry for Clinton Prison Costume Photo A police union president in Massachusetts is apologizing for posing for a photograph with a person dressed as Hillary Clinton in a prison jumpsuit.
Water Main Floods Trench In Boston, Killing 2 Workers A water main gave way in Boston's South End neighborhood on Friday afternoon, flooding a deep trench and killing two workers.
Hospital Faulted for Removing Kidney From Wrong PatientAn investigation has found that a surgeon at a Massachusetts hospital removed a kidney from the wrong patient after failing to confirm the patient's identity.
MA Governor Baker Signs Law Requiring Equal Pay for Comparable WorkRepublican Gov. Charlie Baker signed into law Monday a bill requiring men and women be paid equally for comparable work in Massachusetts.
The Historian's Guide To New EnglandMany of New England's most important historic sites and monuments can be found in and around Boston.