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The Navy says a fire was reported aboard a guided-missile cruiser as it was transiting the Atlantic Ocean.
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Elected officials, industry executives, and educational experts are taking part in a forum in Worcester on Wednesday focusing on the role of technology in the manufacturing -- and leaders in the community are bullish on the industry making a comeback in the region.
The judge issued a preliminary injunction Tuesday after pharmaceutical company, Zogenix, argued in a lawsuit that the ban issued by Gov. Deval Patrick is unconstitutional.
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VICE PRESIDENT, MAYOR WALSH, MAYOR MENINO, LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, NONE OF US AT THE PODIUM COULD POSSIBLY ADD TO THE TESTIMONY OF THE SURVIVORS WHO HAVE OPENED TODAY.
Boston began its memorials of last year's marathon bombing attack, which killed three people and injured 264, on a quiet note Tuesday, with Mayor Martin Walsh and Cardinal Sean O'Malley visiting wreaths left at the spots where the two bombs went off.
By Matt Murphy/State House News Service The time has arrived for lawmakers to earn their money, quite literally.
Concerned that some of his supporters might be under a misapprehension that there will be two nominating votes at the June convention, which he said has veered to the left over the years, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Joe Avellone has reached out to delegates to remind them of the rules.
Zogenix is arguing that because the federal Food and Drug Administration approved its hydrocodone-only painkiller, a state may not ban it from being prescribed and dispensed.
A year after a bomb exploded during one of Boston's most-celebrated events, the marathon will continue, but many of those whose lives were shattered by this act of violence are still struggling to put the pieces back together.
Nearly a year after the attack on the Boston Marathon, Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick says that while he is worried about a copycat, the city is fully prepared for Tuesday's memorial and next week's marathon.
U.S. District Court Judge Rya Zobel heard arguments Monday in a lawsuit claiming the state's first-in-the-nation ban is unconstitutional, but declined to rule on whether an immediate but temporary halt to the ban was needed.
Years of training helped save lives at last year's Boston Marathon. And it's now an exemplary part of Boston history.
Massachusetts is under siege from a frightening surge of heroin overdoses, Governor Deval Patrick said last month in declaring a state of emergency.
Gov. Deval Patrick's concern about the state's rising opiate-overdose crisis is laudatory, but the notion that banning the sale of a single drug in Massachusetts will halt the epidemic is government overreach at its worst.