A fully autonomous research ship named the Mayflower set sail from Plymouth, England to Plymouth, Massachusetts.
Researchers at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center identified 119 deaths in two months from COVID-19, compared to 34 deaths in 40 months from the flu.
“If we had more people in Congress with a science background, we might have made better decisions.”
One victim, a cancer survivor, told police the man walked up to him, took an item out of his hands and hugged him.
The iconic "Cheers" bar at Boston’s Faneuil Hall will close on Aug. 30 after nearly 20 years in business.
A federal appeals court on Friday overturned the death sentence of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the man convicted in the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing.
A Massachusetts firefighters union has taken down the “Thin Blue Line” flags it displayed on its trucks in support of police officers, following days of resistance to a town order asking for their removal.
While the hospital said it followed COVID-19 guidelines to prevent the spread of the virus, a news release emphasized the contagiousness of the disease.
A Massachusetts brother helped his sister with Leigh's disease slam dunk a basketball.
Images taken at Christopher Columbus Park this morning show the head of the monument lying on the ground next to its base, surrounded by crime scene tape.
The 2020 Boston Marathon has been canceled.
Authorities in Boston confiscated a large sum of cash from a man at Logan Airport after he missed flight and then trying to rebook it.
Jennie Stejna fought the virus for about three weeks.
A Boston man faces several charges after he allegedly lighted an American flag on fire and threw it onto the roof of a Boston Police prisoner transport wagon.
A Massachusetts mother who contracted the coronavirus while she was pregnant says her “heart was skipping” this week when she finally got to hold her new child – 28 days after he was born.
The team at MIT and Harvard is reportedly designing a face mask that would produce a fluorescent signal when a person with COVID-19 breathes, coughs or sneezes.
The pastor of a Massachusetts church faces a $300 civil fine for allegedly ignoring the state's ban on gatherings of 10 or more people during the coronavirus pandemic.
Justin Sullivan, 8, takes his first stroll through the pediatric intensive care unit following a 12-hour brain tumor removal operation.
The boy’s mother wrote to Storyful that her son, Justin Sullivan, was admitted to the ER on April 15 after having difficulties standing.
Outrage is building among family members of the dead at a Massachusetts home for aging veterans who say leadership allowed the coronavirus to spread unchecked and failed to protect their loved ones.