Gayle Johnson, 52, was struck and killed by an MBTA bus on Broadway last night, according to the Suffolk District Attorney’s office. A spokesman for the D.A. said no charges have been filed in the case yet, and the driver was not impaired. An investigation is continuing.
A potential storm this weekend is likely to happen, writes meteorologist Dave Epstein.
Edwin J. Alemany was arraigned for the July 23 murder of Amy Lord as well as additional charges linked to attacks on three other women.
An official called the man doing sign language at Nelson Mandela's memorial a "fake.”
Tickets for the 2014 season will go on sale on Saturday at 10 a.m. in conjunction with the “Christmas at Fenway” event.
TIME selected Pope Francis as “Person of the Year”—the person with the greatest impact on the world, for good or bad, in 2013.
Steve McQueen’s historic saga is among the top nominees for the Screen Actors Guild Awards.
Manchester police said an 18-year-old man went into a convenience store, applied for a job, then left with two champagne bottles he didn’t pay for.
Democrat Katherine Clark could be sworn in this week to represent the state’s 5th Congressional District.
Nearly a year after the tragedy, the effort to not get dragged down by grief or anger takes many forms for Michele and Bob Gay.
East Boston City Councilor Sal LaMattina and Revere Mayor Dan Rizzo were brought together to ease tensions over a Revere-only Suffolk Downs casino.
New York’s airports are now taking a cue from Logan and catching and releasing the birds, rather than shooting them.
Arbour HRI is again accepting patients, but on a limited basis, after the state gave preliminary approval to the hospital’s plan for correcting serious safety and human rights violations.
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