- State: Man who said Holy Spirit guided him ran Ponzi scheme
June 2, 201512:10 PM ET
BOSTON (AP) — The Massachusetts secretary of state's office says a man who told investors that the Holy Spirit guided his trading system has been charged with running a Ponzi scheme.
- Boston Marathon bomber's college pal gets 6 years in prison
June 2, 201511:56 AM ET
BOSTON (AP) — A college friend of Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was sentenced Tuesday to six years in prison after he apologized to the victims and their families for not calling police when he recognized photos of Tsarnaev as a suspect.
- Man under surveillance by terror investigators is killed
June 2, 201510:39 AM ET
BOSTON (AP) — A man under surveillance by terrorism investigators was shot and killed outside a pharmacy Tuesday after he lunged with a knife at a city police officer and an FBI agent, police Commissioner William Evans said.
- Prosecutor to discuss shootout with Boston marathon bombers
June 2, 20156:36 AM ET
WOBURN, Mass. (AP) — A Massachusetts prosecutor has scheduled a news conference to discuss her office's investigation into the April 2013 shootout that left one of the Boston Marathon bombers dead and nearly killed a police officer.
- Boston Marathon bomber's college friends face sentencing
June 1, 20155:48 PM ET
BOSTON (AP) — It was three days after the stunning bombing of the Boston Marathon, and the FBI was asking for the public's help in identifying two suspects by releasing photos of them mingling with the crowd.
- Police allow addicts to turn in drugs if they seek treatment
June 1, 20155:42 PM ET
BOSTON (AP) — Heroin users seeking help for their addiction won't be arrested if they turn over their drugs and needles to police under a unique policy launched Monday in the Massachusetts city of Gloucester.
- Lawyer pleads not guilty to drunken boating; woman loses arm
June 1, 20155:39 PM ET
BOSTON (AP) — An attorney who specializes in defending people charged with drunken driving pleaded not guilty Monday to operating a boat while drunk after a passenger went overboard and lost her arm in the propeller.
- 2 Boston men stabbed at Tufts University fraternity house
May 31, 20152:44 PM ET
SOMERVILLE, Mass. (AP) — Two young Boston men were stabbed, one seriously, at a fraternity house at Tufts University early Sunday, leading the school to briefly issue a shelter-in-place order as police searched the campus.
- Historic Gay Head Lighthouse completes 135-foot move
May 30, 20156:38 PM ET
AQUINNAH, Mass. (AP) — A historic Martha's Vineyard lighthouse arrived at its new location on Saturday after a painstaking 135-foot move from the edge of an eroding cliff.
- New England's epic winter gives way to unusually dry spring
May 30, 201511:36 AM ET
BOSTON (AP) — It's hard to believe that after a winter of record-setting snowfall, much of New England is approaching drought conditions.
- Officials say those Boston snow piles are even more vile
May 29, 201510:09 PM ET
BOSTON (AP) — It's disgusting enough to put you off snow cones for the rest of the summer.
- Marathon bomber's friend fights officer's family testimony
May 29, 20158:13 PM ET
BOSTON (AP) — Lawyers for a college friend of Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev (joh-HAHR' tsahr-NEYE'-ehv) are trying to prevent the family of a slain Massachusetts Institute of Technology police officer from testifying at his sentencing.
- Ginsburg urges young women to wage inspiring fights
May 29, 20157:54 PM ET
BOSTON (AP) — U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Friday advised young women to fight for things they care about, but to do so in a way that inspires others to join their cause.
- Judge: Protesters must leave closed Catholic church June 5
May 29, 20155:39 PM ET
SCITUATE, Mass. (AP) — The clock is once again ticking for parishioners ordered to leave a shuttered Catholic church south of Boston where they have staged a protest for nearly 11 years.
- Gold coins also reported missing from Boston Public Library
May 29, 201511:22 AM ET
BOSTON (AP) — Apparently more than just valuable artwork is missing from the Boston Public Library's archives.