The Supreme Judicial Court today upheld a woman's conviction for beating the co-owner of a Cambridge chicken place after she was refused permission to use its restroom after closing time. Read more.
Gwendolyn Stewart noticed one Cambridge car owner just couldn't stop shoveling.
Shortly before 9 a.m., people across the city had their lights flicker and their Internet service go down. Read more.
"If we succeed, the world’s energy systems will be transformed,” said Massachusetts Institute of Technology professor Maria Zuber. "An entirely new industry may be seeded potentially with New England as its hub.”
The Crimson reports the U's sailing center has lost buoyancy and is settling with the fishes down by the Longfellow Bridge.
And please, now would not be the time to bring up the old joke about why the Harvard Bridge is named that.
Scout Cambridge reports on the use of technology based on the way geckos' feet work to cling to things to help a man climb up the EF building along the Charles in Cambridge.
No word how much the man who did the climb saved on his insurance.
Adatta02 was amused by this sign outside the Central Square Florist today.
Cambridge firefighters responded around 8:30 p.m. to 50 Follen St. for the fire in the five-story apartment building. April captured the fire.
JP Shipley was boxed in this morning on Mass. Ave. in Harvard Square by a trio of turkey toughs, one of which turned to give a look that said "you wanna piece of me?"
The MBTA reports service is back to normal on the Red Line for now, following the removal of a husk of a non-moving train from Central around 7:45 a.m.
John Overholt spotted this Crimson turkey today.
Of course, you know what they say: You can always tell a Harvard turkey; you just can't tell it much.
Cambridge Police report they are looking for a guy holding up convenience stores at gunpoint in Cambridge and nearby. Read more.
The MBTA reports "moderate" delays towards Alewife due to a train that keeled over at Porter Square.
The Crimson reports Harvard is leasing space to seven different food spots for its revamped Smith Center at Mass. Ave. and Dunster Street - although one, Oggi Gourmet was already open in another part of what used to be the Holyoke Center.
The MBTA reports its managed to dispose of the train that died near Porter Square, but that there are still "minor" residual delays because of it.