Dolores Rush of Quincy wishes she never obtained a so-called reverse mortgage on her three-bedroom family home. She and her now-deceased husband had paid...
A 130-acre tract of conservation land south of Boston remains largely open to public use without posted warnings despite new risks of unexploded munitions...
The proposed legislation would eliminate a cap on damages and provide immediate funds for those likely to win their claim against the state.
A for-profit psychiatric hospital that’s faced repeated criticism has reduced its patient capacity by more than a third.
Thousands of workers are routinely exposed to danger asbestos without adequate safety protections. The gap between regulation and on-the-ground conditions at job sites can lead to incurable cancer.
Hearings could help decide how many of thousands of convictions tainted by Farak's testing may be overturned.