You've heard the call before and you'll hear it again because the need for blood donors doesn't end. But certain times of year push the blood supply to the limit, and shrivel the pool of potential donors of blood or platelets.
Seventy-seven years after he and almost 650 fellow sailors died when a Japanese torpedo sank his ship in the Pacific, the U.S. Navy announced it will name a new aircraft carrier after the African-American mess attendant who had become a hero in the earlier attack on Pearl Harbor.
JEERS to the potential of an odorless, colorless gas to poison anyone, even emergency responders themselves, perhaps fatally.
The police blotter wasn’t a good place to see your name in the newspaper even in the days before it ended up on the internet. Now, in this modern era, its digital twin is especially troubling for those among us who wish they could wipe away traces of their arrests. Online news is a tricky th…
From our neighbors to the south in Everett comes an idea that could make life easier for residents of all of our communities -- and pave the way for greater participation in local government by all citizens.
The Massachusetts House voted 154-0 for a bill aimed at preventing healthcare workers who have abused someone with disabilities from being hired into a similar situation of providing care.
Editor's Note: The following editorial originated with a sister newspaper, the Joplin (Missouri) Globe.
The fate of 700,000 people facing deportation may hang on a new question facing the U.S. Supreme Court: Is the White House legally obligated to tell the whole truth when justifying its actions?
On Dec. 12, 2019, the House of Representative took a vital step to lower prescription drug costs and passed the Lower Drug Costs Now Act.