Boy turns in $2,000 he found, gets Outstanding Citizen Award
A 6-year-old Massachusetts boy has received an "Outstanding Citizen Award" for turning in $2,000 in cash he found in a bank bag lost by a restaurant employee
Trump revives 'Pocahontas' insult of Elizabeth Warren
President Donald Trump revived one of his favorite _ and most controversial _ taunts against Elizabeth Warren on Friday, derisively calling the Massachusetts senator 'Pocahontas'
Ahoy, matey: Pirate Party seeks candidates to run for office
The Massachusetts Pirate Party is looking to draft candidates to run for political office _ eye patches and parrots not required
Llama on the lam: Trooper lassos llama loose on roadway
Massachusetts State Police are praising the cowboy skills of one their troopers after he lassoed a llama loose on a state highway and led it to safety
Mayor calls ghostly face seen in Salem streetlamp 'eerie'
A Massachusetts city known for celebrating the occult is drawing attention after its mayor snapped a photo that appears to show a scowling face trapped in a streetlamp outside a courthouse
Bobcat that attacked 2 dogs shot and killed by police
Police in Massachusetts say they shot and killed a bobcat that had attacked two dogs and was coming after officers
Officials seek to ban city travel on United after dragging
Officials in a Massachusetts city are trying to ban employees from using public funds to fly on United Airlines after a passenger was dragged off a flight in Chicago
Lawyers want Aaron Hernandez's murder conviction dismissed
Lawyers for former NFL star Aaron Hernandez are formally asking that his first-degree murder conviction be dismissed in Massachusetts now that he has died
Markings on a soda can photographed Tuesday, April 25, 2017, in Boston, show that it is subject to a five-cent deposit in Vermont, Maine, New York, Iowa, Massachusetts, Oregon, Connecticut and ...
Markings on a soda can photographed Tuesday, April 25, 2017, in Boston, show that it is subject to a five-cent deposit in Vermont, Maine, New York, Iowa, Massachusetts, Oregon, Connecticut and Hawaii.
Lawyers: Dismissed drug convictions mostly for freed inmates
Lawyers who won the dismissal of more than 21,000 drug convictions in Massachusetts say the ruling won't result in dangerous criminals being released from prison