Catch of the day: SWM seeks breeder with whom to escape Ebolapocalypse in the mountains of Vermont

Somebody who claims to already have a hideaway deep in the Green Mountains is seeking a compatible woman to have at least three of his babies after society is laid waste by Ebola. And he's serious - Craigslist wouldn't let him post an ad if he weren't, right?

Fairmount Line to get hourly weekend service

State officials announced today the start of hourly service on Saturday and Sunday on the Fairmount Line will start Nov. 29 - and that they've made the current fares - the same as a subway line from Fairmount station north - permanent.

MassDOT also said it will solicit bids in December for 30 Diesel Multiple Units - single-car diesel trains that will let the T run Fairmount service on something closer to a subway schedule.

Orange Line stops, Mass. Ave. shut when woman gets very sick on platform

Around 11:20 a.m., police shut the Mass. Ave. Orange Line stop, stopped train service and blocked traffic on Mass. Ave. after somebody started vomiting on the platform.

The station and street were re-opened about 15 minutes later - and the person transported to a local hospital - after first responders determined she did not have Ebola.

Boston EMS Incidents reports EMTs rushed to the station on a report of "an external hemorrhage."

Election roundup: More mush from the wimps

WBUR explores why the governor's race is so sleepy:

Even in their affects, the candidates seem to be veering closer. Baker looks determined to ease back from the more combative posture that is his nature, while Coakley is struggling to dial things up beyond a just-the-fact mien that fits her prosecutor’s background, but isn't an asset in a candidate for governor. If the convergence continues, by November we may just be referring to the duo as "Chartha" or "Marlie."

Developer talks up new plan for old West Roxbury inhaler factory: Fewer apartments, more parking

Charles River Realty's Michael Argiros is making the rounds of West Roxbury civic groups with his latest proposal for the decrepit old Armstrong Pharmaceuticals plant on Lagrange Street: Replace it with a complex of 48 apartments and 75 parking spaces.

Argiros's original plan - 62 apartments with 52 parking spaces - brought howls of protest from neighbors at an April meeting. At the time, Argiros said he would come back with a smaller plan.

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