Acquaintances remember Tamerlan Tsarnaev as brash; Dzhokhar seemed respectful.
After the bombings, posters cast suspicion on innocent people, spread bad tips and heightened the sense of panic.
Watertown neighbors share tales of a night of terror followed by euphoria.
School districts that prioritize safety must divert their own funds to make up for inadequate state funding.
But police still have no idea why the man opted to live most of his adult live in the Maine woods.
John Densmore's book signing at Bull Moose on Record Store Day draws a grateful crowd.
The Celtics are held to eight points in the final quarter of an 85-78 loss in New York.
Daniel Nava wins it, David Ortiz makes a big return, and in the clutch, Boston looks strong.
Chris Rawlings is signed to an amateur tryout contract.
Anthony Ranaudo continues a fine pitching start to the season, and Portland goes over .500.
A doctor says Tamerlan Tsarnaev was unconscious and had so many penetrating wounds that it isn't clear which ones killed him.
Massachusetts does not have the death penalty, and it remains to be seen whether the Obama administration would try to persuade a jury to sentence Dzhokhar Tsarnaev to death.
The Penguins clinch home-ice advantage throughout the Eastern Conference playoffs.
John Densmore signs copies of his new book, “The Doors Unhinged: Jim Morrison’s Legacy Goes on Trial.”
Police stand guard outside her apartment building for her protection.
With one suspected bomber dead and the other seriously injured, celebrations erupt and residents flood the streets, vowing to keep doing the things they love.
Divers were in the water less than 15 minutes before finding Corey Farley of Seal Cove on Saturday.
The FBI said at the request of a foreign government, it interviewed Tamerlan Tsarnaev and relatives, and did not find any domestic or foreign terrorism activity.
Service to Boston had been suspended after the Boston Marathon bombings and manhunt that followed.
Small fertilizer plants, like the one that exploded in Texas, often go unchecked in the regulatory system.
Two people are wounded at a gathering to mark the counterculture holiday known as 4/20.
After checking the bag, the police reopen the bus terminal section of South Station.
Five years ago an earthquake hit the same area, killing 90,000.
U.S. officials say a special interrogation team for high-value suspects will question Dzhokhar Tsarnaev without reading him his Miranda rights.
Ruslan Tsarni says he grew concerned about his nephew when he told him in a 2009 phone conversation that he had chosen "God's business" over work or school.
Security is tight at Fenway Park and TD Garden for Saturday afternoon's games.
After the collapse of the Soviet Union, the family moved to Chechnya, only to have war break out in 1994 between Russian troops and Chechen separatists fighting for an independent homeland.
But delayed elections in two provinces and names missing from voter rolls overshadow the vote.
David Ortiz is the DH in Saturday's game against the Royals, his first game since Aug. 24.
Classmates of bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev say that they saw him on campus after the bombings and that he was calm.
The robber fled on foot after robbing the Bangor Savings Bank.
"It seems to be a spiral of things happening one after the other. It can be inundating on your senses."
Lawmakers are still facing hundreds of bills before the scheduled mid-June adjournment.
Navy Secretary Ray Mabus says naming the vessel after East Millinocket and Millinocket honors the military contributions made by the men and women from those mill towns.
The fire broke out at 4:25 a.m. at 34 Highland Ave.
In his weekly radio address, the governor says the system will be based on factors including student achievement in reading and math, and the graduation rate for high schools.
It's the Red Sox vs. the Kansas City Royals and the Bruins vs. the Pittsburgh Penguins this afternoon.
Today's events aim to celebrate the culture of hundreds of independently owned record stores in the U.S. and thousands internationally.
As amateur online sleuths began identifying possible culprits, caught in the virtual manhunt were people who were wrongly accused or placed under suspicion by crowdsourcing.
Bob Leonard was snapping 10 to 20 photos a minute at the finish line of the Boston Marathon on Monday . . .
Lawmakers say children don't understand credit cards or how to check bank statements.
The case involving a Massachusetts bookseller could have implications for all online merchants.
New Hampshire's state prison in Franklin gives inmates a chance to learn valuable craft skills.
A judge will likely decide when David Kwiatkowski's trial will start on charges from Exeter Hospital work.
The state said the Republican Governors Association coordinated its efforts illegally.
The man died after another sex offender, who later killed himself, made him swallow the drugs at gunpoint.
SAD 51 Superintendent Bob Hasson did not follow protocol, the school board's co-chairman says.
Local immigrants from Kazakhstan say their culture is very different from that of the suspected Boston Marathon bombers.
Michele Corson makes a court appearance via video in the death of her brother's ex-wife.
The Maine Warden Service, which had 870 bear-related complaints last year, offers tips to prevent interactions.
Maine teenager dies in car crash / Search for missing fisherman continues ... and more news from around the state.
The show's producer calls it 'a bureaucratic nightmare,' but the state says all elephants must be tested for tuberculosis before entering Maine.
A policeman signals the capture of the bombing suspect, and the crowd responds with applause and thanks.