Clouds, cold temperatures, and—yes—more snow are here today as New England gets its second dusting of the year. The small storm is expected to finish up by mid-afternoon, meteorologist David Epstein writes.
It’s Day 2 of the Winter Meetings in Florida. Boston.com’s Steve Silva and other contributors have all the latest Red Sox news from Lake Buena Vista. Stay tuned to see if the Red Sox make a splash.
NBC got big ratings for their live performance of “The Sound of Music,” prompting the network to announce another live musical is in the works.
Thomas M. Menino spoke about the most significant challenges facing his successor as he delivered the final major speech of his 20-year reign as Boston’s mayor.
When Harvard’s expansion ends in 10 years, the Allston we know now will be virtually unrecognizable.
A new look at NASA satellite data revealed that Earth set a new record for coldest temperature recorded when it hit -135.8 degrees Fahrenheit in August 2010. And you thought New England was chilly.
The wall partially collapsed last night, bringing into question the building’s structural integrity.
The candidates hoping to fill Edward Markey's seat are making their final appeals to voters in the 5th District.
With his outspoken views on gay marriage and abortion, Bishop Thomas Tobin has emerged as a vocal contrast to the new pontiff’s more inclusive tone.
Another ridiculous comeback has led Dan Shaughnessy to think that, somehow, the Patriots are destined to be Super Bowl champs.
Dan and Meghan Keith used an unconventional blind mailing technique to find their Topsfield home.
Keep these tips in mind to be sure that what ends up under the tree is safe, not just a waste of money, and perhaps even good for our children.
Uruguay's plan to set up a regulated marijuana market has reached its final legislative stage, with the Senate expected to approve the plan today and send it to the president for his signature.
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