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The Yankees righty admits he was wrong in using pine tar to improve his grip, but his general manager says the team never should've let it happen.
A small town in southwest Wyoming was evacuated Wednesday after an explosion and fire at a natural gas processing facility and major national pipeline hub. There were no reports of injuries.
Haverhill police are investigating reports of a serial flasher who has been assaulting women and indecently exposing himself in the city.
We’re not even five months into 2014, the oft-proclaimed “Year of the Selfie,” and it’s already time to turn the calendar on this nonsense, writes Doug Saffir.
In the Bruins' first playoff game at Joe Louis Arena Tuesday, Milan Lucic was Enemy No. 1.
Mark your calendars. The NFL has released the 2014 NFL regular season schedule.
We already knew the "who" and the "where," but now, we also know the "when" of the New England Patriots' opponents on the 2014 schedule. Here are some takeaways from the schedule.
The Patriots Charitable Foundation, the charity arm of the New England Patriots, had 52 runners in Monday's 118th running of the Boston Marathon, including 15 staffers.
The opening game is just one of many to highlight the NFL's top games revealed in the schedule.
Carisa Ruscak was born 14 pounds, 8 ounces to parents Caroline and Bryan Ruscak.
Yankees starter Michael Pineda was thrown out of with two outs in the second inning for having a substance that appeared to be pine tar on his neck.
A new pay-for-play proposal by the Federal Communications Commission would allow internet service providers to charge services like Netflix and Skype for faster connections to consumers.
Massachusetts housing officials say the number of homeless families living in motels is beginning to decline.
Amsterdam has won court permission to ban marijuana cafes in its famous Red Light district, stepping up a crackdown on the city's freewheeling lifestyle.
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh announced he’d participate in one of the site’s “Ask me Anything” forums Thursday afternoon—here’s a list of the site’s best interviews so far.
We've got updates from Fenway Park where John Lackey will take the hill for the Red Sox against the Yankees.
Massachusetts was one of five states to receive an ‘A’ in a national report card on the status of access to infertility care services, but apparently the state still has work to do.
The MBTA launched several enhancements to make public transit even easier, including new maps, countdown clocks, and real-time arrival information.
Multiple local news outlets are reporting that a heavy piece of scaffolding fell from a building on Newbury Street on Wednesday afternoon.
Asked about a possible Clinton run in 2016, Patrick called the former secretary of state, U.S. senator and first lady ‘‘a phenomenal person and a phenomenal politician.’’