Dan Santry watched the Patriots charter jet from Houston land at Logan this afternoon.
RoadTrip New England was on hand at Fenway Park to capture all the excitement.
Shields MRI for the post-Super Bowl win.
Mayor Walsh announced the Patriots victory parade will start at 11 a.m., which is just about when snow should be changing to rain from the storm the National Weather Service says should be smacking us right in the face on Tuesday.
A WINTRY MIX IS FORECAST WITH INITIAL SNOW DEVELOPING PRIOR TO DAYBREAK TUESDAY CHANGING TO RAIN ALONG THE COAST IN THE MORNING...
Remember how they delayed the 2015 parade by a day?
OK, who never doubted?
Fireworks now exploding across the area.
NorthEndWaterfront.com reports the formation of a curling club at the North End's Steriti Rink.
But where can you get poutine around there?
Jed Hresko spotted an SUV with an unusual license plate on Congress Street in the Seaport yesterday.
Coming back on the ferry from Nantucket, Adam Markopoulos takes a photo of Bill Belichick and his girlfriend all cuddled and snoozing on the voyage and tweets it out. And then ESPN asks if it can run the photo "on all platforms." He replies:
No chance @ESPN, you started Deflategate.
If you're one of those people who just can't quit Shaughnessy, you might be thinking he's using the phrase "tomato can" a lot more these days. You might even think he's getting carried away with it and maybe should find another way to say "loser."
You'd be plum right. Read more.
Traded to the Phillies for a minor leaguer, the Herald reports.
Eastie Strong was among the people jammed into Caffe dello Sport today to watch the match between Real Madrid and Barcelona (which ended in a 1-1 tie).
WBZ reports Terminal C's gate 34 will be named the David Ortiz gate.
Terry Francona, Mike Napoli, Andrew Miller and Coco Crisp or Theo Epstein, Jon Lester, John Lackey and David Ross?
The Krafts think the old Bayside Expo Center, now owned by UMass Boston, would make a great location for a Revolution stadium. And Shirley Leung, on the rebound from the Olympics, swoons.
Some may say I have never met a stadium I didn’t like. But I really like this one. What’s most exciting is the opportunity to build something different in a part of the city that could use an economic jolt. It’s not another strip mall, big-box retailer, or luxury condo tower — and that’s a good thing.
Bidding for the sprawling Olympics tore the city apart, but a Dorchester stadium could be the project that brings everyone together.
A federal appeals court has confirmed that Red Sox fans can be fair-minded jurors, even if they're deciding the fate of a man who was identified by witnesses because of the Yankees cap he wore. Read more.