State officials disclosed today that the last time anyone from the state social services agency saw 5-year-old Jeremiah Oliver alive was more than six months ago.
Federal regulators fined Harvard Medical School for repeated animal welfare violations in its care of monkeys used in research.
Sometimes it just isn’t good to be filthy rich. This year’s luxury tax bill for the team pushes their total past $250 million since the penalty began in 2003.
With 6.4 inches on the ground, Boston set a record for the most snow to fall on Dec. 17.
It’s opening day for “Anchorman 2” and what better way to celebrate than with a video review of Will Ferrell’s birthday-suit moments on film.
Whether it’s to get a laugh or to send a message, a properly placed gag gift can make your holiday celebration one to remember.
The winning tickets for the $636 million jackpot were sold in California and Georgia, lottery officials said.
Jamestown, a real estate and investment firm headquartered in Atlanta, said it bought the Riverview office building and Cambridge Science Center.
Ryan Woods faces charges after allegedly fleeing with his 21-month-old son during a regular visitation yesterday.
A little-known provision of the Affordable Care Act boosts the maximum incentives for workplace programs that encourage employees to get healthier.
When it comes to Boston’s sports teams, Dan Shaughnessy doesn’t get emotional about whether they win or lose.
You’ll be hearing more from developer Adam Weiner in 2014 as he chases the Holy Grail of development: air rights.
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