This Just In...
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) - A U.S. journalist speaking publicly for the first time since his release from a Syrian extremist group said Wednesday that he was overwhelmed to learn that so many "brave, determined and big-hearted" people were behind efforts to secure his release.
TOKYO (AP) - The Japanese laboratory that retracted a paper reporting a potentially major breakthrough in stem cell research said Wednesday its researchers have not managed to replicate the results.
BOSTON (AP) - One of Boston's swankiest hotels is paying tribute to a dingy rock club.
BOSTON (AP) - One of Boston's swankiest hotels is paying tribute to a dingy, but legendary, rock club.
LOWELL, Mass. (AP) - An employee of supermarket chain Market Basket has filed a federal complaint against the company for threatening to fire protesting workers.
BOSTON (AP) - One of Boston's swankiest hotels is paying tribute to one of the city's dingiest, but most legendary rock clubs.
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (AP) - Smith & Wesson is reporting lower sales for the most recent quarter due mostly to falling demand for rifles.
WORCESTER, Mass. (AP) - A former Hudson gun shop owner has been sentenced to three years of probation for selling dozens of firearms without a license.
BOSTON (AP) - Attorney General Martha Coakley has named a special prosecutor to conduct a criminal investigation into the circumstances surrounding the 2009 death of a patient at Bridgewater State Hospital.
WORCESTER, Mass. (AP) - Officials in Worcester say a surge of drug overdose deaths in early August has appeared to ease, but heroin users still aren't safe from potentially deadly street combinations of the opiate.
BOSTON (AP) - Penn National Gaming is marking a milestone in its $225 million casino project at Plainridge harness racing track in Plainville.
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (AP) - Authorities say Springfield's fire commissioner is recovering after being attacked by a disgruntled former employee.
TORONTO (AP) - To Mike Napoli, it was "just another homer."
BOSTON (AP) - Journalist Peter Theo Curtis returned home to the United States on Tuesday, two days after being freed by a Syrian extremist group that held him hostage for 22 months, his family said.