Copley Square area slowly reopens
Officials allowed the first residents back into the area.
Sean Collier, 27, had been described as someone who helped others since his childhood years in Wilmington.
A private funeral Mass was held today for the youngest victim of the Boston bombings.
Look back at how the city’s professional sports teams helped Boston heal in its time of need.
The alleged Boston bombers may be a new kind of terrorist: young people who grew up in the West and for whatever reason became disenchanted with their adopted country.
The university cited a difficult economic climate for biomedical research funding in its decision to shut down the research center.
Attorneys for James “Whitey” Bulger demanded that government records detailing the connection between Bulger and federal law enforcement be handed over.
The prosecution of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev could put in prison for life or result in the death penalty.
The show of generosity at the Lenox, which also received aid from other area hotels, provided a stark contrast to the terror of the Marathon bombings.
The response by local pro athletes and teams has helped Boston heal from the pain of the Marathon attack.
The depleted Celtics know they have to be nearly perfect to win the series because the Knicks have more depth. They can’t afford an 0-2 deficit.
Representatives Stephen Lynch and Edward Markey, vying for the Democratic Senate candidacy, tangled over homeland security issues.
The powerful Senate Finance chairman, who steered President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul into law, has decided to retire.
A judge dismissed three first-degree murder charges against Dr. Kermit Gosnell involving babies allegedly born alive.
There are more than 400 businesses in the Back Bay that have been part of the closed-off crime scene from the Marathon bombings.
A coin issued by Marcus Junius Brutus, the most famous of Julius Caesar’s assassins, is the star in a new MFA gallery.