Just north of Trapelo Road, the state advises.
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A chain-reaction collision in the middle of white-out conditions left several people injured around 2:30 p.m. on 128 south just past exit 27 in Waltham, State Police report:
State Police report the injuries were minor.
There is a report that a snow squall in the area may have contributed to this crash.
The West Roxbury Committee To Stop the West Roxbury Lateral Pipeline Cites The Danger In Placing the Large Vulnerable Gas Pipeline Adjacent To Their Homes & An Active Quarry.
Artie T. himself welcomed hundreds of people to the the newest Market Basket, on Main Street in Waltham, just off 128, as our own Dvdoff shows us.
The dreaded slippery rail struck again this morning.
We need to stop litter and keep Massachusetts clean by spreading the word about the Yes on Question 2 campaign.
The Bottle Bill is the most effective recycling tool we have. Eighty percent of bottles covered by the Bottle Billâ€™s 5-cent deposit are recycled. Yes on Question 2 would add a bottle deposit to water, sports drinks, tea, juices, and other drinks that were not included in the original bill because they were not popular when the law was passed in 1982.
We need your vote on November 4 to update the Bottle Bill.
Paul Weiskel shows us a hailstone that fell around 1 p.m. today.
Bridie Johnson, meanwhile, videoed the hail falling on Everett Street in Allston during the storm.
A number of train bridges cross Rte. 128, but as Chris Rich shows us in Waltham, not all are in use. This bridge is part of the Wayside Trail, which could one day become a pedestrian and bicycle path along the right of way of a long unused train line between Boston and Northampton.
Also see Rich's other photos from along the abandoned line.
Copyright Chris Rich. Posted in the Universal Hub pool on Flickr.
The Herald reports he's pleaded guilty today to first-degree murder, which means life without possibility of parole.
The Herald notes the number of spelling errors (55) in the angry rant the accused murderer dictated to another inmate for delivery to Herald columnist Margery Eagan.
Apparently, the people at Brandeis who decide these things haven't heard of Google and only decided not to give Ayaan Hirsi Ali an honorary degree after getting protests about the way she's described Islam as "a destructive, nihilistic cult of death."
Ali responded with a statement accusing the Jewish-founded university of turning its back on its own ideals:
When you're rich, people listen to you. And you get to build monuments to wacky ideas with no proof behind them.
In 2011, there was the triple murder linked to Tamerlan Tsarnaev, the victims' bodies sprinkled with marijuana.
A high-school student was shot to death last week, police say, in an attempted drug rip-off that was aimed at recovering money the victim felt was stolen in an earlier pot deal by his cousin.
Using court and police records, along with interviews with prosecutors, police and victims, the Globe profiles the former turnpike toll taker, Red Sox security guard and violent man, who mostly managed to evade any punishment for a series of crimes dating back to his high-school years.
Xconomy reports on Proteon Therapeutics, whose sole potential product is an enzyme aimed at breaking up the fiber formed by blood vessels when they're cut into. It's aimed at long-term kidney-dialysis patients who first undergo surgery aimed at toughening up a vein to withstand the repeated punctures required for dialysis.
Seems Mr. Carlson was right. Well, mostly.
H/t Martin Lieberman.
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