"Moderate" delays on the Orange Line, the MBTA says.
In 1976, Queen Elizabeth and Prince Phillip let bygones be bygones and visited Boston as part of the Revolution bicentennial. The British Consulate in Boston has posted some photos from the visit, including one of Gov. Dukakis welcoming the Queen at Logan Airport and this one of Mayor White bringing her into Boston City Hall.
On July 11, Prince Phillip presented an eagle statue to the Bostonian Society: Read more.
A Texas photographer is seeking up to $125,000 for each shirt that Marshalls sold bearing what he says is an unauthorized reprint of part of one of his photos. Read more.
"Minor" delays on that branch of the Red Line, the MBTA reports.
Kate Estrop found this stuffed animal riding the E Line all alone tonight, wonders if it belongs to somebody.
Matt Frank watched from Chelsea as two lightning bolts hit Everett this evening.
Barely able to hold it together on the best of days, the creaky Orange Line groaned under the extra bodies of Green Line riders told to go Orange to get around the mess downtown today. Tim Lawrence shows us some of the put-upon Orange Line riders at Sullivan Square after many of them had helplessly watched three full-to-bursting trains with no room left pointlessly stop at Downtown Crossing and State Street only to be ordered out at Sullivan when their train was taken out...Read more
UPDATE: And the answer is NO. The Green Line is a mess - no service at all between Arlington and Government Center, due to a small tunnel fire that forced passengers to leave trains and walk the tracks to the nearest stop. At least one person taken to the hospital from Park Street.
The MBTA reports "moderate" delays on the Green Line due to a "power problem" at Boylston.