Prosecutors have asked for a criminal investigation, prompting the police department to put two officers on paid administrative leave.
An Attleboro native describes what he is seeing as residents in Texas cope with Hurricane Harvey.
The buyer’s name has not been disclosed.
The person responsible has been charged with felony animal cruelty.
Houston was bound to flood. Most of the land is so flat that water has no place to go.
The chips were sold in a 24 oz. bag with the UPC bar code of 041190 02668.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission says the itty bittys baby plush stacking toys were sold at Hallmark Gold Crown stores, Hallmark.com a…
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Families and friends of addicts posted messages and photos to honor those who died.
Sen. Spilka said the person would have “the authority to cut through all this bureaucratic stuff and say, ‘This is what a person needs.'”
Just six months after her graduation, Skyler Paige Northup would become one of Connecticut’s youngest victims of the opioid epidemic.
The FDA has approved the first treatment that genetically engineers patients’ own blood cells to seek and destroy childhood leukemia.
The agency says the illnesses began to appear on March 1 and diagnoses continued until Aug. 3.
Masshealth is will invest more than $500 million to allow better access for complex long term and behavioral health needs.
The price of a pack of cigarettes in New York City is going up to at least $13.
Pharmacists are now legally able to provide flu shots for children over the age of nine, but many pharmacies can’t do this just yet.
The News-Times reports that 22-year-old Anny Castillo entered the plea Friday to abandonment of a child under the age of six years and other…
Alisha Coleman worked at the Bobby Dodd Institute, a job-training agency for people with disabilities as a 911 call taker for nearly a decad…
The Boston Globe reports that the U.S. Attorney’s office filed a motion Friday for the personal money judgment in Barry Cadden’s case.