A 25-year-old Brockton man was seriously injured when his car rear-ended a tractor-trailer but the 7-month-old girl in his car was unhurt.
Tweet by tweet, post by post, opponents of the Boston 2024 bid are making their voices known.
The memorial, on the site of a 2003 nightclub fire that claimed 100 lives, will be open by spring, according to the nonprofit group’s leader.
New platforms will be built at the Kingston station, and an additional section of track will be built to help Amtrak service pass regional trains.
Lottery results from Monday drawings
Kraus, superintendent of the landmark, makes sure a building that dates to the 18th century keeps functioning.
It’s not fully clear how $128 million in insurance will insulate residents from the inevitable overruns.
One of the people who hung the flag said it was not intended as a racist comment, but rather a statement in protest of the flag.
Jose Casellas, 37, was arrested after police said they found as much as 35 pounds of heroin during the raid.
Domenic D’Ambrosio, 64, of Lynn; events coordinator, campaign worker
Mr. D’Ambrosio worked for numerous Democratic candidates, including Boston Mayor Martin Walsh and US Representative Seth Moulton.
Finally, some can buy medical marijuana in Massachusetts
Almost 32 months after law was approved, pot was sold legally last week to patients in Salem from the first dispensary to open in the state.
Starts & Stops
Public bike counter tracks cyclists cruising through Cambridge
Cambridge joins the ranks of Portland, Copenhagen, and San Francisco by installing a city bike counter.
The number of reported bicycle accidents has increased in recent years, and fatalities have more than tripled.
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