Around 10:30 p.m. at Kipos, 106 Bunker Hill St., Rob O'Brien reports.
The Boston Fire Department reports firefighters responded at 7:30 p.m. to 110 Davison St., for a fire that caused an estimated $80,000 in damage and displaced four.
Nobody was injured in the fire, the cause of which is under investigation, the department says.
WGBH reports on a hearing of the state commission looking at moving Massachusetts to Atlantic Standard Time year round.
Mayor Walsh today announced a deal that will keep the Citgo sign flashing above Kenmore Square for years and years.
Walsh says Citgo and Related Beal, the company that now owns the building the sign sits on, hammered out a deal in a room at City Haill - which he offered to them as a "neutral negotiation location" for as long as they needed to work out a deal. Read more.
Keith Dragon forwards a photo of the snowbatman a resident of 111 Beach St. in the Leather District built out of yesterday's snow.
We spotted these two T-shirts at the South Bay Target today. See if you can spot all the mistakes. Read more.
Roving UHub photographer Ynckay spotted this boat lying on Short Beach in Winthrop this morning.
State Police report stopping this guy on the turnpike in Weston today, add:
Don't be that guy ...
NBC Boston reports two people were injured around 3:20 a.m. when their car slammed into a car that State Police said was too close to a plow truck putting down salt at American Legion Highway and Morton Street.
Vivian Again chronicled the varying levels of shoveling in Downtown Crossing this morning.
Adam Bonneville shows us one person's space saver on Marginal Street in East Boston.
Our own Swirlygrrl made an apple pi today.
Out in Wellesley, Bob Brown carved out some time - and snow to commemorate 3/14 in his driveway.
As we've been breathlessly reporting all day, some local TV stations have waged a relentless battle today to see who could get the most on-air personnel on a screen at one time. Channel 7 threw down the opening gauntlet with an "8-box" (i.e., 8 reporters in little boxes at once), Channel 25 briefly got in the action with a 9-box, but then Channel 7 knocked them out with an 11-box - before Channel 5 topped them with a 12-box. Channel 7 caught up, but now it really looks like WCVB is determined to end this thing once and for all: Around 5 p.m., Channel 5 Executive...Read more