Overnight investigation underway at hotel in Braintree

Police in Braintree have been collecting evidence and closing off parts of a hotel near I-93 after an apparent overnight incident on Forbes Road. TheRead More

Government says over half of MA suffering from severe drought

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration announced that 57% of Massachusetts is in a severe drought, with 95% experiencing moderate drought conditions as the hot, dry weather takesRead More

Gov. Baker signs sweeping Massachusetts reproductive health law

Governor Charlie Baker held a ceremonial signing Wednesday of Massachusetts’s new sweeping reproductive health law. “To women especially, but to people across the country, thatRead More

Second chance for beagles in Massachusetts

Heartbreaking video shows dogs crammed into cages in a Virginia research facility. Federal investigators say they found these beagles suffering from neglect and abuse. TheRead More

Crane tips onto Winchester construction site

A crane at a Winchester construction site tipped onto a partially finished building, damaging the building. According to the Winchester Police Department, the Rubicon constructionRead More

Man drowns at Medford pond

A 28-year-old man has drowned after swimming in an undesignated area at Wright’s Pond in Medford, according to police. On Sunday afternoon, a caller toRead More

Storms topple trees, cut power for residents throughout Massachusetts

Bay Staters continued to feel the impact of Sunday’s severe storms as some residents woke up to property damage while others remained without power. TreesRead More

One person injured after overnight shooting in Randolph

At least one person was wounded after a late night shooting in Randolph, according to police. Officers were first called to a home on ConnollyRead More

Commuter Changes: Closure of Green Line’s E Branch affects morning commute for weekday riders

Thousands of T riders are changing their commutes as Monday marked the first weekday closure of the Green Line’s E Branch, after the MBTA startedRead More

Storms cut power for thousands of Mass. households

Severe storms Sunday night cut power– and air conditioning– for thousands of residents, mostly concentrated in the eastern part of the state. In Medford, downedRead More