Police seek help identifying man wanted in alleged rape in downtown Boston

Police are turning to the public for help identifying a man who is wanted in connection with an alleged rape that occurred in downtown BostonRead More

‘The Bucks stop here!’ Celtics fans jubilant after Game 7 win

Celtics fans celebrated in the streets Sunday after their team defeated the Milwaukee Bucks to advance to the Eastern Conference Finals, saying they were readyRead More

Brookline schools closed Monday as teachers plan to strike

Brookline schools are closed Monday as 1,000 teachers plan to strike over a lack of break time and other concerns, officials said. A court issuedRead More

Police: Man died after touching third rail at MBTA station

Police are investigating a man’s death after he came into contact with the third rail at the MBTA’s Park Street station on Saturday night, TransitRead More

One hospitalized after fight at Revere Beach

Police are investigating after a fight at Revere Beach Saturday. State police said people began throwing punches and one man was taken to the hospitalRead More

Thousands call for abortion rights in protest on Boston Common

Thousands of demonstrators filled Boston Common Saturday to protest the Supreme Court potentially overturning Roe v. Wade and to ensure abortion rights remain in Massachusetts.Read More

Officials ID man shot and killed by police after allegedly stabbing officer in Boston

BOSTON (AP) — Boston police shot and killed a man they say stabbed an officer early Saturday morning, according to Superintendent-in-Chief Gregory Long. Long saidRead More

Roxbury Community College graduates each receive surprise $1,000 gift

The keynote speaker at Roxbury Community College surprised the over 150 graduates of the school a gift they’d never forget. That speaker was Rob Hale,Read More

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WATCH: East Boston man gravely injured after pedestrian hit-and-run

An East Boston man in his 60s was sent flying to the curb when he was hit by an SUV in a hit-and-run, and theRead More

Accountant avoids prison time in college admissions scandal

BOSTON (AP) — An accountant who worked for the consultant at the center of the college admissions bribery case has avoided prison for his role in theRead More