The T is busing Green Line passengers between Reservoir and Newton Highlands due to a "track problem" at Newton Highlands.
After dealing with a downed limb on power lines in Brookline, MBTA crews are now off to Newton Highlands, where another tree has come down on power lines along the Riverside Line.
An outbound trolley paid the ferryman at Newton Highlands right in the middle of the evening rush. Harried riders can only console themselves that the resulting problems would be far worse if this weren't school-vacation week.
Conor Hanlon shows us a newly renamed pub in Newton Highlands.
Newton Police report the attack happened around 10:30 a.m.:
The victim was on the T platform when she was attacked from behind and thrown to the ground. The victim's cell phone was stolen during the attack.
Police report, however, five arrests were made.
Wicked Local Newton reports fishers are out and screaming in Newton Highlands - and cats and ducks are some of their favorite meals.
Back in October, a trolley driver threatened Owen Byrne with arrest for taking a photo at the Newton Highlands T stop.
Owen Byrne reports what happened after he took this photo at the Newton Highlands stop on the Riverside line last night: