Stephen Crosby, head of the state gambling commission, is withdrawing from next week’s crucial review of the land deal for a $1.3 billion casino proposed for Everett after disclosing that he is a longtime friend and former business partner of one of the owners of the proposed casino site.
A New York hospital is donating Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis' birth records to the JFK library.
The engineer driving the commuter train that went off the rails in New York City has been suspended without pay.
Authorities said a Boston police vehicle was struck by another vehicle in Dorchester, sending three officers and two civilians to hospitals.
Andrea Brazier was questioned by Lunenburg police and an FBI agent, according to a warrant.
Pantone Inc., a company that sets color standards for commercial use by design industries, chose a version of the purple hue as color of the year for 2014.
These simple, science-based strategies could help you avoid weight gain during the holidays. You might even lose some weight.
The actor and comedian, who plays TV anchorman Ron Burgundy in “Anchorman,” gave an in-character news conference at Emerson College.
Attorney General Martha Coakley called the new regulations an ‘‘existential threat’’ to New England’s 400-year-old fishing industry.
“I pledge to serve out my term,” Senator Warren said in response to questions about a potential run.
Opinion | Alex Beam
Pope Francis’s refreshing approach seems to have adherents of other religions wishing they had a pope one of their own.
Ellsbury never pretended that staying in Boston was a priority. For him, it was always about the money.
The governor wants to block a casino on Martha’s Vineyard by the Wampanoag Tribe of Aquinnah, although he backs another tribe’s casino plan.
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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