‘We know they will feel it’: Dozens rally in Boston to support friends and family in Ukraine

Boston residents with family and friends in Ukraine held a rally Sunday amid fears of a Russian invasion. “We want to show our support evenRead More

Biden-Putin meeting discussed as Ukraine war fears loom

MOSCOW (AP) — The U.S. and Russian presidents tentatively agreed to meet in a last-ditch effort to stave off a possible Russian invasion of Ukraine,Read More

‘It’s a wonderful thing’: Skaters return to free skate at Frog Pond

For the first time in two years, skaters returned to the Frog Pond at Boston Common for an annual free skate Sunday. The event hadRead More

Thousands without power after wind gusts near 65 mph in some Mass. communities

Whipping winds with gusts nearing 65 mph in some Massachusetts communities have left thousands of customers without power. More than 4,000 homes and businesses wereRead More

Authorities investigating fatal shooting in Methuen

Authorities have launched an investigation into a fatal shooting in Methuen on Thursday morning. Officers responding to a report of shots fired in the areaRead More

NATO: Russia misleads world on troop movements near Ukraine

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — NATO allies accused Russia of misleading the world with “disinformation” by saying it was returning some troops to bases, charging thatRead More

First responders raise funds by running stairs at TD Garden

First responders scaled the stairs at TD Garden Sunday to raise money for charity. The sixth annual BFit challenge raised money to support first respondersRead More

Have to travel? Here’s how to drive safely on ice and snow

(CNN/WHDH) — Officials are warning drivers to avoid getting on roads Friday unless it is absolutely necessary — and to practice extreme caution if they do.Read More

Residents asked to help shovel sidewalks in Boston as students return to school following blizzard

Students in Boston returned to school Monday following a blizzard that dumped nearly two feet of snow in the city. Boston tied the record forRead More

Bay Staters flock to grocery stores to stock up on supplies ahead of major winter storm

The rush is on to stock up ahead of Saturday’s winter wallop. Bay Staters scrambled to fill their shopping carts at grocery stores across theRead More