A man who opened fire on two police officers on a Dorchester street early this afternoon, injuring one, was shot and killed by the officers, police said.
In their first statement since his death, Mandela’s family said ‘‘the pillar of the royal Mandela family is no more with us physically, but his spirit is still with us.”
The weekend will be dry, but a storm moving across the country will bring snow on Monday.
With just weeks left in 2013, not one person has been fully enrolled in a health plan through the beleaguered state marketplace.
The Grammy nominations were announced Friday in Los Angeles.
After officials said coveted Boston Marathon bibs were up for grabs to those demonstrating in writing how they were impacted by the attacks, choosing proved tough.
William Keith, one of a dwindling number of veterans from the attack, is preparing to attend an event today to mark the attack’s 72d anniversary.
Movie chains are offering recliners, high-end food, drinks, service, and exclusivity. But is all this opulence an improvement that is good for the movie-consuming customers?
Police say a Waltham man is dead after his vehicle left the road, went through a fence and crashed into a building in Cambridge, trapping the seriously injured driver.
Longtime Newbury Street bar Daisy Buchanan’s has had its license suspended for the fourth time in three years after it served minors in September, officials said.
She’s blond, claims English, Scottish, and Native American descent, and doesn’t speak Arabic, but Jennifer Grout is now a star thanks to “Arabs Got Talent.”
Martin Walsh has spent time at the side of Mayor Thomas Menino, studying the art of leading citizens in carols and countdowns.
Private deals between candidates can be a perilous way to pick running mates in the gubernatorial race.
For many small businesses, the slump from which the state is slowly recovering was another in a series of challenges they have faced and conquered over the years.
In the dark winters, when ambient light is low and the days are mercilessly short, haphazard sleep rhythms are often magnified.
US Vice President Joe Biden, whose visit to the Demilitarilzed Zone — the heavily fortified buffer between North and South Korea — had added significance after Pyongyang’s announcement.
We hear your Elf on the Shelf is back. Boston.com Moms brings you 20 ideas from our readers for how to keep your elf occupied and your kids entertained this month. Warning: Shenanigans aplenty to follow.
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