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A Somerset man whose right to practice law has been revoked is facing federal charges stemming from allegations that he stole about $300,000 from two investors.
By Scott Kirsner, Globe ColumnistLast October, Boloco co-founder and CEO John Pepper resigned his job after a tussle with directors...
AUBURN, Maine (AP) — A former Maine man charged with nearly biting off the nose of a stranger dancing at a Lewiston bar has been sentenced to a year in jail.
BOSTON (AP) — Democratic candidates hoping to land a spot on September's primary ballot are entering a critical stage of their campaigns as party activists begin meeting in small caucuses across the state this weekend.
The housing industry is keeping a close watch on hipsters. But they're not really sure what that means.
By Jeff Pini, Boston.com Correspondent Dont let a grumpy groundhog tell you otherwise, spring is here Red Sox fans,...
After officials initally ruled it accidental, investigators are now saying the 14-year-old Mattapan boy handled the firearm recklessly when it went off.
When Jimmy Fallon said goodbye to "Late Night" on Feb. 8 (the show started at 12:05 a.m. because of The Olympics, instead of 12:35), he did it with a couple of great friends, his in-house band, The Roots, and some of his best Muppet friends (above).
Harvard University officials acknowledged Friday that a mistake in tax reporting led 11,000 employees to pay taxes on income they did not receive — to the tune of millions of dollars — between 2009 and 2013.
Sage Kotsenburg of the United States won the first gold medal, soaring to victory in the men's snowboarding slopestyle final.
HANOVER, N.H. (AP) — Brandon Sherrod had 15 points and James Jones reached his 200th career win at Yale in a 67-54 victory at Dartmouth on Friday night.
If you’re still house-hunting there are plenty of chances to find a home this weekend. We’ve gathered a handful of open house offerings around Greater Boston to make your search a little easier.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) — Zena Edosomwan scored 12 points and Harvard remained unbeaten in Ivy League action with a 52-45 win over Brown Friday.
WASHINGTON (AP) — At a hotel overlooking the White House, Attorney General Eric Holder motioned toward a window and paid Hank Aaron a huge compliment.
QUINCY, Mass. (AP) — When a new father from Quincy read that his college buddy's next-door neighbor in Brookline was ill and in desperate need of a kidney, he did what few people would even consider.
LOWELL, Mass. (AP) — Union troops were deep in enemy territory, outnumbered badly by Confederate forces on a battlefield in Clinton, La., near the Mississippi border. Among the Union troops in Louisiana were many from Lowell, who were recruited to fight in the far South by Gen. Benjamin Butler of Lowell, who had been appointed military governor of New Orleans in 1862.