Andy Woodruff reports somebody on Kinnaird Street in Cambridge has ruined at least one entry in our game of Car or Snow Mound?
Cambridge firefighters are at 1616 Mass. Ave. for what is now a three-alarm fire.
Tracy Strauss shows us the major icicles at Porter Square today.
Laurin Stoler spotted this guy on a unicycle twice in Cambridge today, the second time on Broadway in mid-Cambridge.
Emily O'Donnell passed a car that had flipped over on Alewife Brook Parkway approaching the T station around 9:30 this morning. So take it easy out there.
Somebody in Cambridgeport is listing an igloo on Airbnb - and at just $10 a night, it's a steal:
This is an igloo.
Yes. It is very cool. Juno made it.
Comfortably fits 1, or 2 if curled up. You can use the house bathroom and kitchen if you need. Tarp and yoga mattress provided. You'll need to bring your sleeping bag.
H/t Andrew Bauer.
Some Bostonians are fighting to keep the 2024 Summer Olympics out of their city due.
Cambridge Police report arresting the man they say held up two convenience stores at gunpoint earlier this week.
Richard Perry, 41, of Somerville, was nabbed in Jamaica Plan by Cambridge officers with the help of Boston Police and the US Marshal's service.
Police say Perry stuck up a Cambridge Street store on Jan. 20, making off with $700 he ordered a clerk to put in a plastic bag, and then robbed $100 from a Walden Street store the next day.
Oh, look, another GPS user drove into the Harvard Square bus tunnel tonight.
Bill Palin shows us the scene at Central Square around 9:30 a.m., as passengers wonder if they'll ever get to their destinations due to a train that went to its final destination at Harvard Square.
Cambridge Police report they are looking for a man with a goatee and a black handgun who held up a convenience store on Cambridge Street near Hampshire around 1:35 p.m. on Tuesday.
If he looks familiar, you can drop a quarter to Det. Dennis Marshall at 617-349-9391.
President Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron say they will harness the collective geekpower of trans-Atlantic Cambridges in a bid to help squelch cybercrime. As MIT reports:
Cambridge Police are - again - warning Cambridgeport residents of a guy who likes breaking into houses and apartments via windows during the day to steal laptops and other electronics.
In an alert to residents today, police say the burglar typically looks for cut or unlocked screens, then shimmies into houses between 3 and 6 p.m. Since Dec. 23, laptop guy has hit six houses, on Fairmount Avenue and Fairmont , Granite, Lopez and Prince streets.
In an earlier warning, in October, police posted a photo of a possible suspect.