Thirteen classic Toyota Supras - made famous by "The Fast and the Furious" film franchise - are up for grabs.
Mario Batali was found not guilty of indecent assault and battery on Tuesday, following a swift trial in which the celebrity chef waived his right to have a jury decide his fate.
Sophia Furtado was making her final DoorDash delivery on Feb. 11 when she found Caryn Sullivan "unconscious, non-responsive, and actively bleeding from her head."
The suspect in the incident was a “career criminal” and officers are commending the teenager for her quick thinking and bravery in a terrifying situation.
Evans Chebet of Kenya won the men’s Boston Marathon 2022 title, while Peres Jepchirchir — also of Kenya — won the women’s title.
Police responded to the crash at Wyoming Cemetery Saturday afternoon.
Authorities confirmed one construction worker died in the collapse.
Steve Maguire left the sunroof on the family van open on a sunny Saturday afternoon but come Sunday, he would probably regret that decision after heavy snow fell all day on Sunday and into Monday morning.
For the past 50 years, Thomas Randele was a fugitive wanted in one of the largest bank robberies in Cleveland’s history, living in Boston under a new name he created six months after the heist in the summer of 1969.
Edward O. Wilson, a Harvard biologist who argued for a new vision of human nature in “Sociobiology,” has died at 92.
And if that wasn’t lucky, the man said he also won $1,000 several years ago on a ticket he received from the same friend as a birthday gift.
Asian Americans will serve as mayor in Boston and Cincinnati for the first time in both cities’ histories.
Benson Kipruto of Kenya won the 2021 Boston Marathon as the world’s oldest and most prestigious annual 26.2-mile race returned from a 30-month hiatus.
Just offshore, Captain William Kelley and fisherman Andrew DeCarton heard Marcy Sterlis crying “help me” and “he won’t leave me alone” as a coyote circled her.
Three female firefighters in Massachusetts are trying to inspire young girls to take up the profession.
Michelle Carter, the Massachusetts woman convicted of encouraging her boyfriend to commit suicide in 2014, will be released from prison sometime next week after serving less than 10 months of her 15-month sentence, officials say.