By Danielle Dreilinger
This week, the MBTA launched a new initiative to address fare evasion on the Green Line: In off-peak hours, D Branch passengers will be allowed to board and depart using the front door only. And Twitter said ....
By Toni Waterman & Wires
Newton superintendent of schools David Fleishman said that though two public employees have been arrested in two weeks on child pornography charges, "most people can be trusted."
By Sarah Birnbaum
After 32 years in Congress, and a new district map with unfamiliar territory, Rep. Barney Frank has decided to retire, ending an era of iconic Massachusetts liberals like himself and Sen. Edward M. Kennedy.
By Jess Bidgood
Setti Warren, the Mayor of Newton, announced Monday that he'll run for Senate in 2012, hoping to face U.S. Sen. Scott Brown in the general election. Warren faces an uphill battle for name recognition.
By Adam Reilly
The New England Mobile Book Fair -- which is neither mobile nor a fair -- is up for sale, and its loyal customers are worried an ownership change could threaten a quirkiness that has taken 50 years to develop.