Arlington woman charged with attacking neighbor with a portable snow blower

Arlington Police report arresting a Park Avenue woman this afternoon on charges she attacked her neighbor with a handheld snowblower as part of a long-running feud.

Upon arrival, police found a 60-year-old woman suffering from lacerations to her foot. An investigation by Arlington Police Officers showed that the victim had allegedly been assaulted by a neighbor.

The investigation revealed a long-term and ongoing dispute between the two neighbors. The victim in this case had previously filed for a Harassment Protection Order against the suspect.

Boston parking ban remains in effect; BPS says no decision made about schools for Thursday

Gov. Baker said he's lifting the eastern-Massachusetts driving ban at midnight, but Mayor Walsh said that doesn't mean everybody should go out and release their pent-up driving urges. He said he's keeping the ban on parking on key roads "until further notice:"

Boston is still in the middle of a winter storm of historic proportions. People should only be driving under emergency circumstances. We are doing everything we can to dig out and stay on top of every safety concern, but we need everyone's co-operation. It is not time for anyone to relax or get complacent.