- Art program gives Boston's homeless a place to create
November 27, 20151:09 AM ET
BOSTON (AP) — In an elegant church in one of Boston's most chic shopping districts, homeless people from across the city gather once a week to express themselves in ways not possible when living on the streets.
- Meet John Howland, a lucky Pilgrim _ and maybe your ancestor
November 26, 20151:36 AM ET
BOSTON (AP) — John Howland may not be as famous as William Bradford, John Carver and Myles Standish, notable passengers on the Mayflower that landed in Massachusetts in 1620.
- Officials: Red-haired students at middle school bullied
November 25, 20159:05 PM ET
MELROSE, Mass. (AP) — School officials in a Boston suburb say they are outraged by a bullying incident in which a group of middle school students kicked other students with red hair during a break in classes.
- Key figure in keeping gay groups out of Boston parade dies
November 25, 20153:51 PM ET
BOSTON (AP) — John "Wacko" Hurley, the longtime leader of the Boston St. Patrick's Day parade and the plaintiff in a 1995 U.S. Supreme Court case that allowed organizers to bar gay groups, has died. He was 85.
- Court tosses defamation suits by founder of rock band Boston
November 25, 20153:30 PM ET
BOSTON (AP) — Defamation lawsuits filed by the founder of the rock group Boston against the ex-wife of the band's late lead singer and the Boston Herald were thrown out Wednesday by the highest court in Massachusetts.
- Essentials: Wicked cool stuff, old and new, to do in Boston
November 25, 201510:16 AM ET
BOSTON (AP) — No bucket list is complete without at least one trip to Boston, a city that's forever coming up with new ways to entice visitors to return.
- Nanny pleads guilty to stealing $280,000 from Boston family
November 25, 20159:13 AM ET
BOSTON (AP) — A former nanny for a Boston family has pleaded guilty to stealing more than $280,000 from her employers and using the money on vacations, jewelry and other luxuries.
- Kerry says Mideast violence could 'spin out of control'
November 25, 20158:24 AM ET
BOSTON (AP) — Secretary of State John Kerry says the violence between Israelis and Palestinians could "spin out of control" unless they take immediate steps to ease tensions.
- Boston Marathon bombing survivors brace for movies on attack
November 25, 201512:58 AM ET
BOSTON (AP) — Less than three years after bombs killed three people and wounded more than 260 others at the Boston Marathon, two movies, a play and an HBO documentary are in the works, causing decidedly mixed feelings among some of those most touched by the tragedy.
- As Rhodes scholar, Harvard student to explore Syrian roots
November 24, 20153:43 PM ET
BOSTON (AP) — The honor of winning a Rhodes scholarship carries extra weight for Neil Alacha. It will help connect him to his Middle Eastern roots.
- Graduate board closes Harvard social club after party
November 24, 20158:41 AM ET
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) — An exclusive social club at Harvard University has been closed by its board of university alumni following a rowdy party.
- Psychologist: Woman accused of nabbing tot is hallucinating
November 23, 201511:17 PM ET
NEWBURYPORT, Mass. (AP) — A court psychologist says a Massachusetts woman charged with kidnapping a 2-year-old girl found naked and with her head shaved is hallucinating.
- 50 years after 'Alice's Restaurant,' Guthrie singing it live
November 23, 20152:45 PM ET
GREAT BARRINGTON, Mass. (AP) — You can get anything you want at Alice's Restaurant — including Arlo Guthrie.
- FBI: 9 of 16 guns stolen from Army Reserve center recovered
November 23, 201510:36 AM ET
BOSTON (AP) — Federal authorities have recovered nine of the 16 guns stolen from a Massachusetts Army Reserve facility.
- Dozens of animals die in Massachusetts shelter fire
November 23, 20157:16 AM ET
PAXTON, Mass. (AP) — Dozens of cats and dogs have perished in a fire at a central Massachusetts animal shelter.