An Amtrak train bound for Boston collided with a car this morning, injuring the car’s driver and halting train service for two hours. An Amtrak spokesman said train 174 left out of Norfolk with 46 passengers, and that no passengers or crew were injured.
It will be cold and sunny today and tomorrow, but snow is coming Saturday.
Celtics fans recognized Doc Rivers’s accomplishments at last night’s TD Garden return, writes Chad Finn.
The historical epic "12 Years a Slave" (left) and the con-artist caper "American Hustle" lead the Golden Globes with seven nominations each.
Emergency officials say a woman and child were hurt when they fell from a chairlift at a ski area in Bennington.
Jeff Jaran was fired after allegedly urging department members to support a particular candidate and for taking down names of customers at a bar when a song with anti-police lyrics was played.
Democrat Katherine Clark, only the fifth woman ever elected to the US House from Mass., is heading to Washington to take her oath of office at about 1 p.m.
The files compiled on John Silber, appointed to three commission posts during the Reagan administration, contained mostly flattering notes.
Doc returned to the Garden as head coach of the Clippers for the first time Wednesday night. And it was a love-fest. Doc-apalooza.
Every student should learn basic principles of computing, and one hour of instruction won’t suffice.
Gridlock took an early holiday in the House for the budget deal, but across the Capitol, the Senate remains in the grip of the worst partisan warfare in its history.
The current craze for kids—Rainbow Loom bands—has been surprising parents and child development experts. In a market glutted with crafts marketed to girls, loom bands are the rare gender-neutral hobby that appeals to boys, too.
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