A trolley that has gone to meet its maker at Boylston Street is causing "moderate" delays, the T advises.
JB Parrett captured Mayor Curley with an IPA today.
WBUR reports on the 40-year lease.
Joe Pesaturo gives us the bird's eye view of South Station and Dewey Square on a snowy Saturday.
Two men got into a fight on an outbound Orange Line train approaching North Station shortly before 12:30 p.m. The loser got punched in the eye; the winner fled out the station and onto the street, where he melted away into the crowds.
Boston Magazine reports that Millennium Partners, the company that gave us its eponymous towers on Washington Street, is trying to will into being a grassroots campaign to support its proposed tower on the site of the old Winthrop Square parking garage - replete with buttons and a hashtag.
NorthEndWaterfront.com reports discussions among waterfront interests about bringing back New Year's Eve fireworks over the harbor if the organizers of First Night have concluded they can't or won't do them.
Gin Dumcius witnessed T workers struggling to keep a guy from trying to kill himself at Park Street around 7:45 p.m. Ten workers eventually joined the successful effort to keep him off the tracks until he could be transported to the hospital.
Many umbrellas gave their lives to get people to South Station today, as TrueNE_79 shows us.
Around 11:15 p.m., outside 3-135 India St., near Milk. Not considered a life-threatening injury.
State Police are investigating how a man wound up in the tunnel, where he was fatally hit by a car around 7 p.m. Northbound traffic was backed up to Dorchester as State Police investigated the crash.
All ready for the morning commute, the T reports.
The MBTA has shut Bowdoin on the Blue Line due to what it calls an "infrastructure problem." Tim Lawrence says that is due to "reports of cement falling from ceiling."
Prevailing sentiment in progressive haunts is “2016, don’t let the door hit you on the way out.” Between a stressful election season, acts of terror, and the crisis in Syria, many of us will be glad to see the calendar page turn on Sunday night. Still, to every cloud there is a silver lining, and at least when it comes to tackling climate change in the US, Massachusetts was a bright spot amidst the clouds of 2016.
This ad, printed sometime between 1875 and 1900, is from the Library of Congress collection.
The move comes after yesterday's Berlin truck attack, WHDH reports.