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A cruise line says more than 100 passengers have now contracted the highly contagious norovirus as a ship tours California ports, but fewer than 15 are still complaining of symptoms.
Boston health officials have issued a public health advisory due to a sudden uptick in confirmed influenza cases.
Could the Patriots add another player from Florida through the draft? Are Ryan Mallett's days numbered in New England? Find out in this week's Words With Frenz mailbag.
If you're a regular reader of 99 Bottles (thanks to whoever it is, I owe you a beer), you may have noticed something different lately.
The 2013 Blackout Tracker Annual Report found that there were 98 reported outages in Massachusetts up from 74 outages the prior year.
Cambridge-based Tank Design has created “102 HOURS,” a book using iconography to represent the events during and following the day of the Boston Marathon bombings.
The trailer for “Girl Meets World” is sickeningly sweet. We're talking donut, covered in Pixy Stick, then dunked in hot chocolate, sweet. So sweet it makes our heads hurt.
Part of Boston's City Hall has been converted into a collaborative workspace aimed at building a stronger workforce community.
Maple syrup farmers say cold weather has cut down on their production this year. “There's a saying,” Ben Kezar, the owner of Valley View Maple Farm in Springfield, N.H., said. “If you want to have fun, go to Las Vegas. If you want to gamble, make maple syrup.”
With just over a week before the first anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings, one organization is marking the day by asking people to give back.
It took a fire in East Boston to show an unlucky BMW owner exactly why you're not supposed to park in front of fire hydrants.
PRETORIA, South Africa (AP) — The chief prosecutor laughed scornfully at an answer from Oscar Pistorius during the Olympic athlete's murder trial Thursday, mocking the man who shot his girlfriend. The judge sternly instructed the prosecutor to restrain himself and he apologized — then went right back to trying to pick holes in the testimony of the double-amputee runner.
Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick today signed a bill increasing the state's death benefit for the families of public safety personnel killed in the line of duty.
The Roxbury Community College athletic center illegally charged public high schools more than $24,000 to host track meets, according to by a report by the state auditor.
Without Tiger Woods or a dominant figure, this year's tournament is seen as the most wide-open Masters in years.
Here's a look at who's who in the cast of potential “Mad Men” characters we have right here in the Hub.
A Braintree woman is facing drug trafficking charges after State Police allegedly discovered 5o pounds of marijuana in the trunk of her car during a traffic stop in Wayland on Wednesday afternoon.
We've gotten submissions from the Hub and New England (sometimes beyond) for people who could be ringers for famous stars. We also want to hear from you.