The bill banning “upskirting” came a day after the state’s highest court ruled that the state law aimed at prohibiting criminal voyeurism does not apply to taking secret photos up a woman’s skirt. The legislation now heads to Governor Deval Patrick’s desk.
Boston police and city officials told residents they are doing everything they can to keep the area safe after a recent spate of sexual assaults and crime.
The White House said the two leaders spoke for an hour.
A Mass. sheriff is seeking a criminal complaint against former NFL star Aaron Hernandez after a recent jail scuffle with another inmate.
The pioneering orthopedic surgeon whose groundbreaking Tommy John surgery saved the careers of countless major league pitchers died Thursday.
With the new Green Line extension, T-riders will be able to get from Cambridge to Medford, increasing mobility here in Boston.
Traffic will be redirected and lanes will be closed this weekend on the Mass. Pike downtown.
The former MLB superstar was known for his enthusiasm — but it doesn’t show in his Wednesday interview with SportsCenter’s Linda Cohn.
Tyler Seddon, who is battling leukemia, was greeted by hundreds of first responders who traveled to Rhode Island to wish him a happy birthday.
The cleaning contractor went to great lengths to keep from paying its employees overtime, including issuing checks under false names, according to an investigation.
The attorney for a Winthrop High School boys’ hockey coach said his client was “unfairly placed in a dim light” when he was accused of drinking beer with his players.
Since being posted on Tumblr earlier this month, a multimedia campaign labeled “I, Too, Am Harvard” has drawn tens of thousands of views.
How does the Catholic Church’s teaching on homosexuality translate to a St. Patrick’s Day celebration?
The Brookline neighborhood has gone from a sleepy culinary outpost to metro Boston’s favored restaurant row.
Conversations about end-of-life care are important. But some doctors still don’t get it, finds a new Dana-Farber Cancer Institute study on treating terminally ill cancer patients.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen says the Fed will be watching to see whether the slowdown proves only a temporary blip caused by severe winter weather.
It’s no easy feat to please opinionated patrons who range from lifelong vegetarians to occasional forgoers of meat to committed vegans.