Lisa reports the cream, cheese and yogurt shelves at the Porter Square Star Market were empty today, not because of a frenzied rush by storm-maddened shoppers, but because something made the power go out to that section of the store and workers had to throw everything out.
The MBTA now reports just "minor" delays from a train that was taken out back and shot at Alewife.
The MBTA reports "minor" delays towards Alewife due to a train that curled into a ball and died at Central Square.
Around 7:25 this morning, the MBTA reported a train had died at Alewife. When are those Chinese trains getting here again?
Kate Wilson spotted these $45 tabletop trees in Kendall Square and wondered if that's really the going rate in the Boston area or are they just carrying that Kendall Square premium.
The MBTA reports the dreaded "severe" delays on the Red Line due to a train that gasped its last at Porter Square.
NBC Boston reports somebody stole a backhoe in Cambridge overnight and smashed into six vehicles in the area of Richdale and Hubbard avenues.
Tracy Strauss found the Destiny's Child of turkeys in Harvard Square today.
Cambridge Day reports on a deal that will keep the Curious George bookstore in Harvard Square, rather than crushed under the weight of the square's incessant luxury chainification.
An outbound Red Line train was put out of its misery at Kendall Square and now there are "minor" delays on the line, the MBTA reports.
Around 7:30 p.m. at Hampshire and Tremont streets.
Cambridge Police report the victim, in his 20s, was shot in the stomach. A dark sedan was seeing fleeing the area.
The MBTA's reporting "moderate" delays due to a train that refuses to budge at the Cambridge end of the line.
Cambridge Day reports Cambridge residents and business owners pissed off by bicyclists and their bike lanes have started strategizing how to take over transportation planning in the city.
MIT said today it will replace its current Wright Brothers wind tunnel with a new, beefier Wright Brothers wind tunnel that will feature winds of up to 200 m.p.h., up from the current 150 m.p.h. and which could, among other things, aid in the development of new types of drones.
Boeing is helping to fund the project to replace the current wind tunnel, which has been in operation for 80 years now.