The park near the Eastland Hotel is linked to an 'event center' plan; critics say preserve and upgrade it instead.
Workers continue to search the rubble strewn throughout a four- or five-block radius around the West Fertilizer Co.
Emotionally drained and weary family members of the Newtown shooting victims say they're disappointed but will continue to fight.
Roundabouts, which are smaller, slower and thus safer than rotaries, are the way to go, experts say.
Although the Celtics' return to the court was in Toronto, the stadium scoreboards flashed, "Tonight we are all Boston fans."
'We had a bipartisan bill supported by 90 percent of the American people,' Angus King laments.
After the Hermit's capture, local songwriter Stan Keach rushed to make a music video about his neighbor.
Michael Tracy is currently an elementary school principal in Massachusetts.
However, it's not easy to convert the substance into a useable poison.
Visibly angry, he tells the nation, 'all in all this was a pretty shameful day for Washington.'
So far mechanics have been unable to determine what caused an engine warning light to come on.
The children were among more than 170 people injured in Monday's bombing. Three people were killed.
A bomb threat occurs during confusion over whether a suspect in the Boston Marathon bombing was in custody.
Police said the 60-year-old man shared the images from his home computer.
Auditors view unemployment files in response to complaints of undue pressure by the governor.
A man is discovered dropping a bag near the bomb site, raising hopes on a frenzied day.
Christopher Knight "very much wants to make things right," his lawyer says.
Police were dispatched at about 12:30 p.m. to the area of Broadway and South Kelsey Street.
The new lease announced Wednesday is the longest ever between the arena and the team, which is the Civic Center’s prime tenant.
Maine Republican Sen. Susan Collins, meanwhile, took to the Senate floor this morning to explain why she plans to support the proposed expansion.
A man in Mississippi has been arrested for allegedly sending letters with ricin poison to President Obama and a U.S. senator.
The gem nicknamed the Princie Diamond was discovered 300 years ago in the Golconda mines in India.
The bill would allow stores with less than 10,000 square feet of interior selling space to be open on Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Eric Lyle Williams was convicted last year of stealing county computers in a case handled by two slain prosecutors.
The caucus describes itself as a volunteer grass-roots wing of the Republican party.
The Islamic Republic insists it has no interest in nuclear weapons and says it's enriching uranium only for nuclear power and other non-military applications. I
Spectators lining the route broke into applause – and scattered boos – as the carriage passed by, escorted by young soldiers, sailors and airmen.
American Airlines is promising to run a near-normal operation today, and that would be just fine for the tens of thousands of passengers who were stranded by a mammoth technology meltdown.
Meanwhile, a doctor at Boston Medical Center said two patients, including a 5-year-old, remain in critical condition there. Dozens of others have been released from hospitals around Boston.
Lu Lingzi was a graduate student studying mathematics and statistics at Boston University before Monday's bombings.
The complaint says Jenny Sanford confronted the former South Carolina governor leaving her home on Feb. 3 by a rear door, using his cellphone for a flashlight.
The building is considered a total loss and although no one was injured many pets were still unaccounted for Tuesday evening, said Fairfield Fire Chief Duane Bickford.
The world's foremost economic and military superpower is also a nation of "soft targets," full of opportunities for those who want to do it harm.
The new LED bulbs will save the Department of Transportation $135,000 a year in electric costs.
The Child Welfare Truth and Reconciliation Commission is seeking to uncover how Maine's system affected the lives of Wabanaki children and families through past policies.
The bombings in Boston serve as a reminder of the realities of living in a post-9/11 world, authorities say.
Those involved with Beach to Beacon say safety has been a concern since the start in 1998 but it’s not ‘fail-safe.’
The event will resonate for years, especially in New England, said Luisa Deprez, a sociology professor at the University of Southern Maine.
The York County district attorney makes the request because the teen driver is related to her family.
John Mixon and Carlos Arredondo were nearby when the bombs went off Monday, and ran directly into the carnage as most were running away.
These are 'dark times' for those who prefer keeping political pressure and bias out of quasi-judicial processes, the officer wrote.
A majority of the senators approve the bipartisan legislation, but fall short of the 60 votes needed to advance it, in a victory for the National Rifle Association.
Six Maine breweries will donate beer at a Wednesday fundraiser for victims of the attack.