The Supreme Judicial Court ruled today that a Quincy man whose marijuana-possession conviction was set aside because the pot had been tested by infamous result forger Annie Dookhan can't get back the $830 in probation and victim-assistance fees he paid after he initially pleaded guilty. Read more.
Ten Boston-area men and one guy from California have been indicted on charges they imported "significant quantities" of meth from San Diego to the Boston area, the US Attorney's office in Boston reports. Read more.
Yet another Red Line train has departed this mortal coil, this time at Quincy Center. You know the drill.
"Moderate" delays between Quincy Center and Braintree, the T advises. Its passing comes about 30 minutes after the T reported "minor" delays inbound on the Ashmont branch due to signal problems.
If you don't want another Debbie Wasserman Schultz or Donna Brazile chairing the DNC, read on. You may have your work cut out for you.
I'm an unaffiliated progressive voter in the Boston area. Like many, I was inspired by Bernie Sanders in the primaries, and furious when it was confirmed that the Democratic Party stacked the deck against him in order to nominate Hillary Clinton. My fury only increased when Clinton, and the Democratic Party generally, failed to win a race against one of the worst presidential candidates in history.
The Supreme Judicial Court decided today it will not break a below-market-rates lease between Quincy and the local historical society for a building on land originally owned by John Adams, even though that deprives a beneficiary of Adams's largesse of revenue.
Yes, a train is dead on the Red Line somewhere between JFK/UMass and Braintree and now the T is warning of "moderate" delays in both directions.
Kevin was just minding his own business, riding the Red Line down towards Braintree when the train breathed its last and stopped shortly before 5 p.m. in that vast no-man's land between JFK/UMass and North Quincy - after the driver announced "he is having problems 'moving the train.' "
A Red Line train became the latest little train that couldn't when a train pushed up daisies shortly before 9 a.m. at North Quincy.
Quincy Police got an arrest warrant today for a guy accused of swindling local investors out of $1.65 million they thought would go towards buying and re-opening the shuttered Beachcomber on Quincy Shore Drive. Read more.
The MBTA reports "moderate" delays due to a little Red Line train that couldn't, just before Wollaston.
Rumor has it Adele is going to do an impromptu concert there. Transit Police say the rumor is false:
Adele is NOT showing up to Quincy T station. She is playing at TD Garden only.
A train is so dead between Braintree and Quincy Adams that the T is now running shuttle buses. On the Green Line, meanwhile, an E trolley has expired at Government Center.
You never know what you'll see on Quincy Shore Drive as the sun goes down - such as this mighty red tricycle.
The Massachusetts Appeals Court today upheld the one-year jail sentence a Quincy man got after his conviction for animal cruelty in an incident involving his girlfriend's annoying little dog. Read more.
Alvin Nguyen was at the Hannaford on Hancock Street around 9:20 a.m. when this car caught fire.
John looked out his window around 5:40 a.m. to see a roaring fire.
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