FDA approves ALS drug whose study was partly funded by Ice Bucket Challenge

(CNN) — A new treatment for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS, has been approved by the US Food and Drug Administration. The FDA announced approvalRead More

Boston resident donates Holocaust survivor mother’s rare pendant with ties to Anne Frank to museum

A Boston woman whose mother immigrated to the U.S. in the wake of the Holocaust donated a rare artifact similar to one worn by AnneRead More

Patriots player, cheerleaders visit Providence elementary school

Providence elementary schoolers received a special visit from the New England Patriots. Cornerback Jalen Mills and a group of Patriots cheerleaders paid a visit toRead More

Bellingham man pleads guilty to 2021 motor vehicle homicide

A Bellingham man pled guilty on Monday to killing one pedestrian and injuring two others after the car he was driving struck them last OctoberRead More

Former Bostonian recreates Orange Line route in London

LONDON (WHDH)– A former Bostonian and Northeastern graduate recreated a slice of home across the pond by finding Orange Line stop counterparts in London. MichaelRead More

1 suspect in mass stabbing in Canada found dead, the other is still missing

(CNN) — Damien Sanderson, one of the suspects in a mass stabbing in Saskatchewan, Canada, that left 10 dead and 18 injured, was found dead Monday morning onRead More

Orange Line track work nearly halfway done, MBTA says

Halfway into the monthlong Orange Line shutdown, the scheduled round-the-clock track work is now almost halfway done too, according to the MBTA. The track replacementRead More

Boston Public Schools lays out plan for Orange Line rider students

Boston Public Schools officials met Wednesday to devise a plan to support students who ride the shut down Orange Line as the first day ofRead More

Scuba diver rescues phone submerged in seawater

A scuba diver saved the day for a woman who lost her phone while paddleboarding in Rockport. Vanessa Kahn was preparing to head out onRead More

Wu and school leaders developing a plan to help students commute during Orange Line shutdown

Boston Mayor Michelle Wu and school leaders are developing a plan to help students commute to class during the month-long Orange Line shutdown. They’ve askedRead More