As blizzard winds down, travel to resume

The statewide travel ban will be lifted at midnight and the MBTA plans to resume normal operations Wednesday morning.

 A lone pedestrian made his way down Seaport Boulevard.

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A lone pedestrian made his way down Seaport Boulevard.

Children sledded down Pleasant Street in Charlestown during the blizzard.

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Children sledded down Pleasant Street in Charlestown during the blizzard.

Large rocks filled homes along the shore of Brant Rock in Marshfield.

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Large rocks filled homes along the shore of Brant Rock in Marshfield.

In Marshfield, heavy surf washed out a sea wall Tuesday morning.

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In Marshfield, heavy surf washed out a sea wall Tuesday morning.

Fenway Park was blanketed in snow on Tuesday.

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Fenway Park was blanketed in snow on Tuesday.

Toll booths on the Mass. Pike were empty.

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Toll booths on the Mass. Pike were empty on Tuesday.

Water flooded the parking lot and buildings at the Chatham Fish Pier.

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Water flooded the parking lot and buildings at the Chatham Fish Pier.

Two residents made their way on cross-coutnry skiis in downtown Boston.

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Two residents made their way on cross-country skis in downtown Boston.

The digging out effort has started in the city.

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The digging out effort has started in the city.

Haven Ladd shoveled out in Charlestown.

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Haven Ladd shoveled out in Charlestown Tuesday morning.

Bill Blackwood made his way onto the beach to walk his dog on Plum Island.

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Bill Blackwood made his way onto the beach to walk his dog on Plum Island.

A lone pedestrian made his way through Copley Square.

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A lone pedestrian made his way through Copley Square.

Mayor Walsh issued a parking ban on major arteries in Boston for Tuesday.

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Mayor Walsh issued a parking ban on major arteries in Boston for Tuesday.

Crews were out on St. James Street in the heart of the blizzard.

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Crews were out on St. James Street in the heart of the blizzard.

“Don’t expect to be going out today,” Mayor Walsh said. “You won’t be driving around.”

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“Don’t expect to be going out today,” Mayor Walsh said.

Firefighters worked to clear the front of a station in downtown Boston.

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Firefighters worked to clear the front of a station in downtown Boston.

Pedestrians walked in the street in the city.

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Pedestrians walked in the street in the city.

Mayor Walsh declared a snow emergency in Boston.

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Mayor Walsh declared a snow emergency in Boston.

Expect MBTA delays when service resumes Wed. morning

Officials warned commuters to expect interruptions and delays.

Photos

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The blizzard of 2015 blasted Mass. with howling wind and snow.

NFL playoffs

It took about 40 minutes before Tom Brady was really pressed about Deflategate during media day.

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Patriots notebook

For Tom Brady, a lighter line of questioning at media day

Roughly 40 minutes went by before the Patriots quarterback was pressed specifically about Deflategate.

Tom Brady at his podium during media day Tuesday.

For Patriots, fun and football intersect at Media Day

Bill Belichick, Tom Brady, and Rob Gronkowski were among the top attractions in Phoenix.

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The locker room attendant was reportedly in the bathroom with two bags of footballs for 90 seconds.

Shirley Leung

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Attorney General Maura Healey, a 43-year-old rising political star, dared to rock the biggest boat in Mass. health care.

Juror names must be included in criminal case files, SJC says

The Supreme Judicial Court cited the longstanding rights of public access to court proceedings in its decision.

Opinion

JOAN VENNOCHI

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When it comes to getting welfare recipients into jobs, Massachusetts is behind the rest of the country.

The Big Picture

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Massive snowstorm hits the Northeast

The storm blasted the region with wind-whipped snow that piled nearly three-feet high in some places.

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