Keiko took a look at some dramatic clouds over Assembly Row in Somerville at sunset today.
A San Diego man pleaded guilty yesterday to shipping meth to addresses in Somerville and Provincetown.
According to the US Attorney's office, Leonard Leseman, 58, sent more than 30 meth packages to Robert Annette in Somerville and Provincetown between 2011 and 2013: Read more.
As the front came through this afternoon, a gust of wind near Lechmere station took down a street-light pole, which fell on the hood of a car making a turn, after which the light bounced into the street, as Lisa captured.
She reports the driver and somebody in the back seat appeared to get out physically OK. Read more.
Roving Uhub photographer Barbara Manning captured some of the hundreds and hundreds of people lined up at Assembly Square today hoping to say hi to Julian Edelman at the Puma store.
The Globe reports the $1 billion in federal funding is safe.
What decade is it supposed to be running again?
Transit Police report a man on the inbound Fitchburg Line tracks near Park Street was hit and killed by a train around 12:20 p.m.
Boston Restaurant Talk reports the impending opening of a new outlet that sells bagels and donuts.
No word if they will also sell arancini, pancakes, certain Chinese sticky buns and sourdough bread, but they should. And then they could call it Round the World or something.
Derek Kouyoumjian spotted this enticing offer on Summer Street in Somerville this morning.
The T says only "minor" delays into town on the Red Line as a result.
By 4:45 p.m., the Somerville Stop & Shop was basically out of guacamole, Frank Solensky discovered.
Goddess of Art & War spotted this map and dots in the Davis Square Red Line stop.
And you know, if the thing stays, somebody's going to apply lots of blue and yellow dots, just because.
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh and Somerville Mayor Joe Curtatone today vowed to continue protecting immigrant families - including enforcing local edicts barring police from turning people into ICE for minor infractions - even at the risk of losing millions in federal aid.
Walsh vowed to use Boston City Hall itself as a sanctuary for immigrants threatened by the federal government if necessary. Read more.
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