After three decades, Hathaway accomplished his goal on Oct. 3, logging 24,901 miles — the equivalent of circling the globe at the equator.
Eating a bag and a half every day for a few weeks threw his nutrients out of whack and caused the 54-year-old man’s heart to stop, doctors reported Wednesday.
A Massachusetts man who has had several pro-Trump signs stolen from his front yard over the course of the summer erected a makeshift electrical fence around his latest sign in an effort to ward off potential thieves.
A Massachusetts firefighters union has taken down the “Thin Blue Line” flags it displayed on its trucks in support of police officers, following days of resistance to a town order asking for their removal.
Boston's arts commission voted unanimously Tuesday night to remove a statue that depicts a freed slave kneeling at Abraham Lincoln’s feet.
Images taken at Christopher Columbus Park this morning show the head of the monument lying on the ground next to its base, surrounded by crime scene tape.
The 2020 Boston Marathon has been canceled.
Organizers have decided to have a “virtual event” instead, where participants who verify that they ran 26.2 miles on their own will receive their finisher’s medal.
A good Samaritan was captured on dashcam rescuing passengers from a fiery wreck on an interstate.
Police arrested a Boston man for allegedly burning an American flag, throwing it onto a police vehicle and spitting on an officer.
A young Dedham, Mass., boy who survived both cancer and a battle with the novel coronavirus received a warm welcome home late last month after he was released from Boston Children's Hospital, according to local reports.
Justin Sullivan, 8, takes his first stroll through the pediatric intensive care unit following a 12-hour brain tumor removal operation.
A UPS driver in Massachusetts makes a little girl’s day each week by waving to her from the front porch while dropping off packages during lockdown.
The April 19 at-home marathon was organized by Way’s husband after the Boston event was postponed.
COVID-19 wasn't stopping a group of friends and family from celebrating a woman's 21st birthday.
Police in Massachusetts are asking for the public's help to identify a woman accused of spraying Lysol in a cashier's eyes after being told of a purchase limit.
A group of Massachusetts shoppers tackled a man and pinned him to the ground until police arrived after catching him allegedly coughing and spitting on produce, fanning coronavirus fears.
"I would be lying if I said I wasn’t scared," one of the nurses says in the video.
The Boston Marathon has never been canceled outright since its first running in 1897, though there was a de facto cancellation in 1918, when the end of World War I and a global influenza pandemic prompted organizers to switch to a relay race format.
A generous patron left a $5,000 tip for a waitress in a Massachusetts restaurant over the weekend.