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Several Hollywood stars and celebrities will help Emerson College celebrate the grand opening of its new satellite campus in Hollywood, Calif.
MBTA officials have announced that the newly renovated Yawkey Commuter Rail Station will open March 10, the same day the Worcester and Framingham lines will increase service to every station on their lines.The number of stops at the station, which underwent a $13.5 million makeover, will increase from 17 to 40 per day, MBTA General Manager Beverly Scott said in a statement.
Celtics captain Rajon Rondo didn't exactly lead by example on the team's West Coast trip, writes Adam Kaufman.
As good as the Red Sox were last season, it's not unreasonable to expect more this year from Dustin Pedroia, who played through a thumb injury in 2013. That and more from Chad Finn.
Warm up on this chilly day with our Dorm Room Chef video series. In today's edition, chef Eric LeBlanc at Stir whips up yummy truffle parmesan risotto.
A non-profit company led by former Mass. Congressman William D. Delahunt received three coveted state licenses for medical marijuana dispensaries.
A national advocacy group has launched a wave of telephone calls to encourage support of a bill that would allow some terminally ill patients to get a prescription to end their lives.
How would you like to have a nice three-day weekend at the end of March? Sounds pretty good, right? After...
Julia Louis-Dreyfus and James Gandolfini received no Academy Awards nominations. Check out our list of 15 surprising Oscar snubs.
How will the Red Sox use their two left fielders, Daniel Nava and Jonny Gomes? Peter Abraham and Dan Shaughnessy discuss.
Aaron Hernandez fought another inmate yesterday at the North Dartmouth jail where the former Patriots player is being held as he awaits trial on murder and weapons charges, an official said.
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METHUEN, Mass. (AP) — Fire officials say two people have died in an early morning house fire in Methuen.