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The Red Sox put last season behind them, but not before one more salute to their championship season and to the city of Boston, writes Chad Finn.
Stephen Colbert is in the running to replace the retiring David Letterman as host of CBS's “The Late Show,” and has an early lead, according to a report from Mashable.
The Internet went bananas earlier this week after an Instagram conversation involving James Franco allegedly trying to pick-up a 17-year-old fan found it’s way to the worldwide web.
Edward Mujica gave up four runs in the top of the ninth inning, but even that couldn't ruin the day.
Their identities were revealed by the base's commanding general at a press conference two days after the shooting.
While Opening Day at Fenway Park began in memorable fashion, with the Red Sox receiving their 2013 World Series rings, the end was one that the Fenway Faithful would probably rather forget.
Fans were treated to a lively pre-game ceremony during which the 2013 World Series banner was unveiled before the Red Sox' home opener against the Brewers. Follow live updates from Fenway Park.
Ortiz is up in a tie game. Seems like @ESPNJoeyMac prediction time.Oh, wait -- he just burned his only prediction of the season on Pedroia
John Crocker, 83, who has Alzheimer's and hearing and sight problems, went missing Wednesday evening, according to police.
On Opening Day, the Boston Red Sox presented players and staff with 2013 World Series Championship rings.
NEW BEDFORD, Mass. (AP) — A New Bedford High School student has been charged for allegedly throwing a chair at a teacher who had confiscated his cellphone.
ATTLEBORO, Mass. (AP) — Prosecutors say an Attleboro man drunkenly rammed his pickup truck into the rear of his pregnant daughter's car during an argument.
Clarence Earl Berry was sentenced to life in prison after pleading guilty yesterday in Middlesex Superior Court to murder in the January 2012 death of Jessica Cormier.
After years of fundraising efforts, a statue of the famed, Boston-born author Edgar Allan Poe will be installed in the city in October.