Gunnar Birkerts, an internationally acclaimed modernist architect who designed buildings including the Federal Reserve Bank in Minneapolis, the Corning Museum of Glass in Corning, New York and the University of Michigan Law Library, has died. He was 92.
The industry that makes medical devices from artificial hips to miniature pumps for IV drips is looking for a fallback plan to repeal a widely reviled sales tax that almost met its end in GOP health care legislation.
A blaze that destroyed a large apartment complex under construction in suburban Boston has been ruled arson.
Activists pushing a range of issues – from ending all tolls on Massachusetts roads to requiring that presidential candidates disclose six years of their tax returns in order to get on the Massachusetts’s ballot – filed dozens of proposed ballot questions with the state attorney general’s office by Wednesday’s deadline.
Authorities in Massachusetts say a construction worker was killed when the foundation of a building collapsed onto him.
Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker is planning to sign a bill offering protections for pregnant women in the workplace.
Prosecutors say a 65-year-old career criminal who even spent time behind bars for killing a man deserves more than nine years in prison for his latest crime, a Boston bank robbery.
The Republican leader from Wisconsin is scheduled to tour a New Balance sneaker factory today in Lawrence.
The owners of a Massachusetts apartment complex have agreed to pay a $70,000 settlement with the U.S. Justice Department over claims they discriminated against tenants of South Asian descent.
Five days into its new fiscal year, Massachusetts remains without a budget.
Employers in Massachusetts would be required to offer pregnant workers “reasonable accommodations” under a proposal given unanimous approval by the state Senate.
A multialarm fire destroyed a $45 million apartment building in Boston that was in its final stages of construction.
The managing partner of a Waltham-based investment advisory firm was sentenced today in federal court in Boston in connection with a securities fraud scheme known as “cherry-picking” that netted over $1.3 million.
The state, the city and private businesses have reached a deal to fund the Rose Kennedy Greenway.
Authorities have arrested two men they say were responsible for a yearlong string of break-ins at automated bank teller machines in Massachusetts, Connecticut and New Hampshire.
Massachusetts took in more than $1.9 billion in tax collections in May – about $30 million, or 1.6 percent above expectations, revenue officials said Monday.
Aetna announced Wednesday that it is in negotiations to move its headquarters out of Connecticut’s capital, where it has been based for almost two centuries.
Gov. Charlie Baker and Mayor Martin J. Walsh have announced a tuition-free college program.
U.S. prosecutors said in a statement that a Romanian man has been sentenced to more than two years in prison for his role in a multistate bank ATM skimming scheme.
A former housing authority employee in Massachusetts is heading to prison for embezzling more than $70,000 in rent payments.