The search for a young boy missing for a month in New Hampshire shifted to Massachusetts on Friday
The FBI says it has identified “quite a few” victims of a former girl’s basketball coach who helped run a Connecticut AAU program
A postal worker who tracked, stole and opened mail that he suspected contained drugs and then kept any narcotics that he found has pleaded guilty
Organizers of a bid to unionize Amazon workers at a distribution center in New York City are preparing to deliver hundreds of signatures to the National Labor Relations Board
Northeastern University is investigating an act of antisemitic vandalism that the school’s president calls despicable
A Rhode Island man has been convicted of illegally selling 16 guns that he purchased, including at least five that ended up in the hands of people not allowed to have firearms
A Connecticut state legislator who works as an aide to the West Haven City Council is being accused of creating a company that received more than $600,000 in federal COVID-19 relief funds for services that were never provided
People living at a homeless encampment at a vacant lot in Providence were given until Nov. 1 to clear out
working families” if approved by Congress, a White House official told the Daily News.
Republicans released a plan to reduce violent and juvenile crime last week, though Democrats say Republicans are only focused on the issue to win campaigns.
The city of Boston has declared addiction and homelessness a public health emergency
Former U.S. Sen. Joe Lieberman of Connecticut details in a new book how aid from top Republicans helped him win reelection against a more left-leaning Democrat and a Republican
A nearly 200-year-old statue of Thomas Jefferson that’s been a lightning rod for controversy for over two decades will be removed from the the City Council chambers by the end of the year, a design commission ruled Monday.