Floridians are scrambling both to get home and to get out of Florida on the last flights to and from Logan Airport.
Governor Charlie Baker said he continues to believe bringing back happy hour in Massachusetts is not "a good idea."
A staffing shortage at two Walgreens pharmacies in Cambridge kept some people from getting their medications.
All proceeds from the baseball game will benefit the Manny 267 Foundation in honor of fallen Worcester Officer Manny Familia.
With electric bills going up beginning November 1, people in Massachusetts are not only frustrated, but looking at ways to save money this winter.
Doctors' offices across the state are being inundated with sick kids, with flu cases popping up earlier than usual.
The US Preventive Services Task Force says for the first time that adults under the age of 65 should be screened for anxiety.
Drinking tea could help reduce your chance of getting diabetes but you may need to drink a lot of it to get that benefit.
Researchers found that doing mentally challenging tasks for more than six hours triggers a buildup of a particular molecule.
Getting the vaccine before Halloween will allow ample time to build immunity before cold and flu season hits.
The WBZ I-Team has learned 19 police officers are no longer certified to serve in Massachusetts because of a new effort to boost the public's trust in law enforcement.
Sources tell WBZ-TV's I-Team that police are now investigating whether there was an explosion at all.
Advocates have criticized the courts for too often refusing to clear old marijuana charges.
"The MBTA is sitting on a time bomb," a rail safety expert told WBZ-TV.
Districts need to have an emergency plan but they don't need to file it with the state.
Question 1 on the Massachusetts statewide ballot this November deals with the so-called "Millionaire's Tax."
Election Day is less than two months away and more political candidates in Massachusetts are reluctant to debate.
Jon Keller says Florida's governor is exploiting migrants by sending them to the Vineyard to score cheap political points with the uninformed and easily frightened.
What isn't clear is which way New Hampshire voters will swing at the ballot box.
Republican Geoff Diehl faces several challenges as he takes on Democrat Maura Healey in the general election.
Three Bed Bath & Beyond stores in Massachusetts are on a "store closings" list on the struggling retailer's website.
The Labor Department is highlighting child labor law violations it says it found at New England restaurants.
The company is dealing with billions of dollars in debt and lower-than-expected attendance at screenings.
Despite the boom in business, some hotels and restaurants say they still cannot reach pre-pandemic staff levels.
Add a Sam's Club membership to the list of subscriptions that are getting more expensive.
Loyal Biscuit is known throughout Maine as the go-to health food store for pets.
Owls Head Transportation Museum is one of Midcoast Maine's top tourist spots.
Cruising on this fleet of sailboats promises spectacular scenery, great food, and pure adventure.
The Bay View Collection offers a fully integrated Midcoast Maine vacation.
MKS custom knives are used by professional chefs and cooking enthusiasts all over the world.
Boston dropped its season-high sixth consecutive game, one night after it was eliminated from postseason contention.
The news on Monday afternoon regarding the injury to Mac Jones' left ankle appeared to be quite bad. The quarterback's disposition early Monday evening, though, was notably more positive.
"Keep on fighting, all right? You can do it," Andrews told the fan. "You're not alone, man. There are a lot of people that live with Type 1 just like you, all right? Keep fighting."
Robert Williams won't be hitting the floor for the Celtics for a few more months. But the big man was pretty happy to be back with his teammates at Monday's Media Day in Canton.
Joe Mazzulla was asked about a pair of incidents from his past, which the new Celtics coach said helped him grow as a person.
What better way to spend a beautiful fall day than getting lost in a maze of corn for a few hours?
A farmer in Maine is selling pink pumpkins for a good cause.
"Shoebert" traveled through a parking lot and came to the side door of the police station at 2:30 a.m. Friday.
For an hourly fee, homeowners can rent out their backyard to dogs look for a little leg room.
Two brothers from Reading are bringing the Irish pub experience right to your door with their pub on wheels.