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A rare tornado ripped through Revere, a seaside city outside of Boston, ripping roofs of homes and ultimately leaving an estimated 100 buildings in shreds.
Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick hopes to provide a temporary shelter in his state for immigrant children. Patrick said the offer was in part inspired by his personal faith.
Massachusetts State Police say a 33-year-old man has been killed in a motorcycle crash on Interstate 93 in Canton.
A state Senate panel is bringing new scrutiny to about 700 state boards in Massachusetts, exploring the possibility of abolishing some that have outlived their usefulness, consolidating others or redefining their missions.
The highest court in Massachusetts has ruled that conservation land in the state is not subject to property taxes, a setback to cities and towns eyeing a new revenue stream.
A man who sued the city of Boston after serving 15 years for a killing that he testified he didn't commit has received a $5 million settlement ending a decade of litigation, his attorney said.
The satanists have left the room, it seems. A black mass planned by a group of satanists for Harvard University drew enough outrage and condemnation — reaching even the critical ears of the Catholic Church — that the event was moved to an off-campus location.
A reputed New England mob associate who lived as a cattle rancher in Idaho under an alias for more than a decade before he was caught and convicted of several crimes should spend 40 years in prison, federal prosecutors said in a sentencing recommendation.
Some students at Suffolk University are objecting to the selection of the national director of the Anti-Defamation League as the law school's commencement speaker.