Boston hospital takes part in Alzheimer’s study focused on preventing disease in at-risk patients

A Boston hospital is taking part in a study that could help prevent certain symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease. Brigham and Women’s Hospital has been takingRead More

Healey to ride Red Line to South Station, tour MBTA’s Operations Control Center

Gov. Maura Healey will join the MBTA’s interim General Manager Jeff Gonneville Thursday to ride the Red Line to South Station. At the station, HealeyRead More

Community members to hold vigil for 13-year-old boy fatally shot in Mattapan

Community members will gather at a vigil this weekend to honor the 13-year-old boy who was fatally shot in Mattapan on Sunday. The vigil forRead More

Coolidge, Odenkirk to be honored this week as Harvard’s Hasty Pudding Man and Woman of the Year

Bob Odenkirk and Jennifer Coolidge will be honored as Harvard University’s 2023 Hasty Pudding Man and Woman of the Year at two ceremonies this week.Read More

Boston declares cold emergency, will keep South Station open overnight for warmth as Arctic blast moves in

Boston has declared a cold emergency ahead of a wave of Arctic air set to roll across this weekend. The emergency will run from FridayRead More

UPDATE: 12-year-old reported missing by Boston police has been found

A 12-year-old reported missing on Wednesday has been found, the Boston Police Department announced. Police sought the public’s help locating Adrian Nelson Gaines, of DorchesterRead More

Boston to recognize Black History Month with seminars, shows, business expos

Boston will recognize Black History Month this February with a variety of local events that celebrate the contributions of African Americans throughout history. The cityRead More

Police identify suspect wanted in connection with fatal Brockton Dollar Tree double shooting

State and local police are searching for a 32-year-old man believed to be a former Brockton Dollar Tree worker, who allegedly shot two men atRead More

Quincy teachers rally for better pay, smaller class sizes

Quincy teachers held a rally Tuesday afternoon to demand a fair contract The rally began at 3:15 p.m. outside City Hall. At the rally, theRead More

‘Everybody in this city should be outraged’: Mother of 13-year-old fatally shot in Mattapan speaks out

The grief-stricken mother of a 13-year-old boy who was fatally shot in broad daylight in Mattapan on Sunday is calling on anyone who may knowRead More