The sound of tires on gravel causes the homeowner to look out her bedroom window.
She sees a car just miss her parked vehicle and head toward the house.
The car hits stacked wood beside house.
The car turns into the backyard, stops, reverses, and drives forward into the sunroom.
The car backs up, drives into the front yard, stops, backs into the house, drives into a tree, and backs into the house again.
The car drives across the front yard and gets stuck on raised walkway.
Judge's reasoning for a 'not guilty' verdict
- • No one saw the driver operating his car on a public roadway.
- • The car could have come from the dirt path that circles the bog.
- • Driver's statement that he had been drinking at a bar in Carver had been ruled inadmissible.
Winter scenes on Maine’s Deer Isle and Isle au Haut
A photo essay captures life in two tiny island towns.
Recipes for stromboli, three ways
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‘Intimate products’ store opens in Weymouth, vexes local officials
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Suzan-Lori Parks’s ‘Father’ is a timeless tale
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In ‘Motown,’ the hits just keep on coming
As long as “Motown: The Musical,” now in performances at the Opera House, sticks to the music, this show soars.
Obama’s community college plan marks a Democratic shift
President Obama’s embrace of this type of post-secondary education moves away from Bill Clinton’s gauzier vision.
The Blizzard of 2015: A score card
The year’s first major snowstorm was a test of politicians and the public.
Should Benjamin Netanyahu address Congress?
Reaction to House Speaker John Boehner’s invitation of the Israeli prime minister to speak on Iran has been fierce.
Renaming Boston spots, for 2024 Olympics and beyond
The bid process for hosting the Games affords an opportunity to rethink what we call some neighborhoods and towns.
On the 70th anniversary of liberation, a survivor’s journey is a reminder to recall each victim’s story of strength.
Surge in heroin overdoses puzzles health workers
Overdoses rose last month in Mass., prompting health workers and police to scramble to curb the crisis.
Mitt Romney outlines economic, foreign policy vision
Romney called for a war on poverty and tested attack lines directed at presumptive Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.
For the Super Bowl, an inside look
Technology is enhancing the fan experience both for the couch-bound and those who pony up the money to see the game in person.
Region digs back toward routine
Roads reopened, train service resumed, and residents shoveled their way out from more than 2 feet of snow.
DeLeo seeks to strip term limits on speakership
Speaker Robert A. DeLeo told House members Wednesday that he plans a Thursday vote to abolish the eight-year boundary on a speaker’s term — even though he was the person who successfully championed that limit in 2009.
The fans’ guide to Super Bowl XLIX
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Seth Greenberg enjoys an evening with ‘Scotty’ Brown
The Mistral owner has been returning to Boston to assay Bastille Kitchen, his new French Bistro in Fort Point.
House bill aims to address state’s power shortfall
A sweeping bill aims to address high electricity prices and concerns about the regional grid’s reliability.
AG nominee Lynch cautiously backs immigration policy
Loretta Lynch sidestepped political tripwires before lawmakers deeply critical of the department she has been picked to lead.
Jordan may free suicide bomber to rescue pilot
The sensational offer to free the suicide bomber, whose device failed to explode, illustrates the tremendous pressure on King Abdullah II and his government.