Boston Police: Shots fired at officer in Roxbury, suspect arrested

An officer in plain clothes was involved in an investigation on Waumbeck Street in Roxbury when the shots were fired Sunday evening. Boston Police officialsRead More

Dorchester holds vigil on National Day of Remembrance for Homicide Victims

It was an afternoon of reflection and healing in Dorchester Sunday. Dozens of people gathered for a ceremony at Pope John Paul II Park. “IfRead More

Residents allowed back in after hazmat crews investigate ‘unknown chemicals’ found at condo complex in Marlboro

Residents at a Marlboro condominium complex were allowed back into their homes Wednesday night after State Hazmat and Bomb Squad technicians spent over 24 hoursRead More

See updates on Suffolk DA race

In a race that has seen tensions rise and accusations develop into court actions, the candidates for Suffolk County District Attorney will see where theRead More

Church officials: Trans pride flag burned on lawn of United Parish in Brookline

Officials with United Parish on Harvard Street in Brookline say someone burned the church’s trans pride flag. The incident, which happened on the church’s lawnRead More

Arroyo sets hearing to unseal files on sexual assault allegations after clash at Suffolk County DA debate

City Councilor Ricardo Arroyo has set a hearing for Thursday to have the files regarding the sexual assault allegations unsealed after clashing with interim SuffolkRead More

Longtime Brookline umpire retires after 63 years of baseball

An umpire from Brookline has called his last game after six decades behind the plate. Jim Hennessey umped one last game Tuesday at Brookline AvenueRead More

Patients, community members hold protest at birthing center in Beverly

Patients and community members lined up at the North Shore Birthing Center Thursday to protest its previously announced planned closure and more. Previously, parent companyRead More

Boston City Councilor Ricardo Arroyo continues campaign for DA after denying sexual assault allegations

City Councilor Ricardo Arroyo is planning to continue his campaign for DA despite losing some endorsements after denying years-old allegations of sexual assault that wereRead More

Race Against the Clock: Crews are making steady progress with Orange Line repairs

Repairs to the Orange Line during the 30-day shutdown are well underway. “It’s very early in the project,” MBTA General Manager Steve Poftak said. “RightRead More