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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - Suffolk Superior Court
The losing bidder for the contract to run the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority's commuter rail service asked a judge Thursday to block the winning bidder from taking over as scheduled this summer.
The families of two men found fatally shot in Boston in 2012 have filed wrongful death lawsuits against former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez.
Two Boston men convicted of human trafficking have been sentenced to at least 10 years in prison.
State authorities say the owner of a Danvers property has agreed to pay nearly $400,000 to settle allegations that he failed to clean soil at a former tannery contaminated with arsenic and dioxin.
A Brockton man charged with gunning down a clerk at a Boston cellphone store faces arraignment in Superior Court.
More than nine months after they were born joined at the lower chest and abdomen, twin girls made their public debut Thursday at the hospital where they were separated.
A former Massachusetts drug-lab chemist at the center of a drug-testing scandal that threatens to unravel thousands of criminal cases pleaded not guilty Thursday to 15 charges that include perjury and tampering with evidence.
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. and Target Corp. will pay Massachusetts towns and cities $232,000 to settle claims that they overcharged public agencies for prescriptions covered by workers compensation insurance.
The video recording of the trial to overturn California's marriage amendment must remain sealed as promised, a three-judge appellate panel ruled Thursday.