Connecticut Concerned Aetna Looking at Move to MassachusettsConnecticut and Hartford leaders say they're concerned healthcare insurance giant Aetna might downsize or relocate its corporate headquarters from Hartford to Boston.
RAY DUNAWAY: Will Aetna Leave Connecticut?Aetna is discussing a move to Boston with Massachusetts officials.
Lawmakers Delay Key Provisions of New Massachusetts Pot LawMassachusetts lawmakers have voted to delay some key provisions of the state's new recreational marijuana law.
Boston Shooting Survivor Claims Hernandez Pulled The TriggerDouble murder trial set to begin in February
The Historian's Guide To New EnglandMany of New England's most important historic sites and monuments can be found in and around Boston.
Best Seafood Cities In AmericaA brief profile on seven of the best seafood cities in America
Federal Files: Marathon Bomber Passed US Citizenship TestBoston Marathon bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev passed the U.S. citizenship test and denied terrorism links just months before he and his brother detonated two pressure cooker bombs that killed three people at the race's finish line.
Family Of West Hartford Teen In Medical Custody Dispute Sues HospitalThe family of a West Hartford teenager involved in a medically related custody dispute in Massachusetts is suing Children's Hospital in Boston.
Boston Marathon Bomber Asks For New Lawyers To Handle AppealBoston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has asked a federal appeals court to appoint new lawyers to handle the appeal of his conviction and death sentence.
Fairfield-Area Nonprofits To Discuss Effects Of GE LeavingLeaders of nonprofit organizations in the Fairfield area are gathering this weekend to discuss how to deal with the departure of General Electric.
Judge Orders Release Of Documents In Boston Marathon BombingA federal judge has ordered the public release of hundreds of documents in the case of Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
More Revealed About GE Boston DealMillions in incentives offered by the state and city