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NH man arrested after chasing victi...

NH man arrested after chasing victim through parking lot with knife

A Nashua, N.H. man was arrested after allegedly chasing a man through a parking lot with a knife.
Mass. high court rules that jurors'...

Mass. high court rules that jurors' names are public

The highest court in Massachusetts has ruled that juror lists in criminal cases must be made public at the conclusion of trials, unless there is a substantial risk in doing do.
MBTA, Logan Airport services resume

MBTA, Logan Airport services resume

By plane, train or automobile, travel in Boston will slowly be getting back to normal on Wednesday. The MBTA was just one agency crippled by the Blizzard of 2015. Now that the snow has stopped falling, the MBTA says it plans to have systems back up and running for the usual morning commute.
Neither snow nor rain? Postal servi...

Neither snow nor rain? Postal service suspends mail service

Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night? Not exactly. The U.S. Postal Service says it won't be delivering mail to a large swath of the Northeast.
2 arrested after driving stolen car...

2 arrested after driving stolen car during blizzard

Two Worcester men were arrested Tuesday after driving a stolen car during a blizzard that dropped more than two feet of snow on the state and kept most travelers off the road.
Flights out of Logan Airport cancel...

Flights out of Logan Airport canceled due to blizzard

Boston's Logan International Airport remains closed, frustrating air travelers who found themselves stranded in the snowstorm.

Boston.com

Providence Family Hospitalized With...

Providence Family Hospitalized With Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

After three people were hospitalized in Providence for carbon monoxide poisoning, Boston officials remind residents to check for snow-blocked vents and exhaust pipes.
No Decision Yet on Boston Schools O...

No Decision Yet on Boston Schools Opening Thursday; City Parking Ban Ends at 5 p.m.

Mayor Marty Walsh said on Wednesday that the decision of whether or not to open Boston Public Schools on Thursday will be announced later this evening.
Will Gender Imbalance Affect the Aa...

Will Gender Imbalance Affect the Aaron Hernandez Jury?

With 13 women and just 5 men, the Hernandez jury is decidedly unbalanced by gender. But will it affect the justice process?
Human Remains Found Along Beach in ...

Human Remains Found Along Beach in Swampscott

Human body parts were found by a person walking along a beach in Swampscott on Wednesday morning, the Essex County District Attorney?s office said.
Baker: Blizzard Agencies Get an ?A,...

Baker: Blizzard Agencies Get an ?A,? Clearing Sidewalks Is Next Challenge

Gov. Charlie Baker praised the efforts of agencies that dealt with snow removal and road safety in Massachusetts on Tuesday and is looking forward to today?s challenges?namely, clearing sidewalks.
As storm winds town, city comes out...

As storm winds town, city comes out to enjoy the snow

Whdh-TV

Blizzard 2015 sets new record for W...

Blizzard 2015 sets new record for Worcester snowfall

It was a snow storm for the record books in Worcester when the blizzard of 2015 dropped more than 33.5 inches of snow, surpassing the previous record of 33 inches from the April Fool's storm in 1997.
Forecasters: 2 rounds of snow could...

Forecasters: 2 rounds of snow could be headed to New England

Forecasters are watching two weather systems that may bring significant snow in the coming days as New Englanders are just digging out from a historic blizzard.
Human body parts found on Swampscot...

Human body parts found on Swampscott beach

What are being described as "human body parts" have been found on a Swampscott beach.
Houses on Marshfield coast take wat...

Houses on Marshfield coast take water during high tide

The sun was out Wednesday in Marshfield as emergency crews did work on the damage to the coastal area.
Boston digs out from Blizzard of 20...

Boston digs out from Blizzard of 2015

While a state of emergency is still in place in the city of Boston, crews are working to clear sidewalks and MBTA stations ahead of Wednesday's commute.
Airports backlogged with delays aft...

Airports backlogged with delays after storms

Airports are using Wednesday as a day of recovery from the snowstorm that buried most of the northeast.

BostonHerald

Boston police ask for public?s help...

Boston police ask for public?s help with murder

Boston homicide detectives are seeking the public?s help in an investigation into the death of a male discovered with apparent stab wounds in Roxbury Monday night.

Officers responded to a call for a person down on Shetland Street at about 9 p.m. Monday, police said today.

Police there ?observed a male victim lying in the street suffering from apparent stab wounds.? The male victim was pronounced dead a short time later at Boston Medical Center, police said.

Red Bulls acquire midfielder Sacha ...

Red Bulls acquire midfielder Sacha Kljestan from Anderlecht

HARRISON, N.J. ? American midfielder Sacha Kljestan is returning to Major League Soccer with the New York Red Bulls.

New York said Wednesday it had acquired the 29-year-old on a transfer from Belgium's Anderlecht. He is likely will take over the midfield role held by Tim Cahill, who was benched during the second half of last season and is expected to leave.

The Red Bulls announced the move in Orlando, Florida, where they are training for their March 8 opener at Kansas City.

DeLeo to seek end to Speaker's...

DeLeo to seek end to Speaker's term limit

House Speaker Robert DeLeo will push his caucus on Thursday to approve new internal rules eliminating term limits on the speakership, allowing the Winthrop Democrat to remain in power beyond 2017, someone familiar with the speaker's plans said Wednesday.

DeLeo will make his case to House Democrats for dropping the eight-year limit on serving as speaker during a private caucus Thursday morning before the House is slated to debate it rules for the upcoming session.

Oliver is alive - so what's ne...

Oliver is alive - so what's next for 'Arrow'?

White Sox agree to $2M deal with Be...

White Sox agree to $2M deal with Beckham, cut Viciedo

CHICAGO ? Infielder Gordon Beckham has agreed to a $2 million, one-year contract with the Chicago White Sox, who cleared a roster spot by designating outfielder Dayan Viciedo for assignment.

Beckham has spent almost all of his six big league seasons with the White Sox, who traded him to the Los Angeles Angels on Aug. 21. He made $4,175,000 last season, when he hit .226, and Los Angeles declined to offer him a contract by the Dec. 2 deadline, making him a free agent.

Drafted with the eighth pick overall by the White Sox in 2008, Beckham is a career .245 hitter.

Marathon finish line shoveler ?does...

Marathon finish line shoveler ?doesn?t think he did anything special?

The mother of a mystery shoveler who cleared the Boston Marathon finish line ? and whose blizzard photo has gone viral ? said her son doesn?t want to be identified and was forced to turn off his phone when calls for comment started pouring in.

?My son is adamant about not wanting to have anything reported on this,? the mother said, declining to be identified when reached by phone at home this afternoon. ?He just wanted to do it and he doesn?t think what he did was anything special.?

Boston Channel

How much did the Northeast snowstor...

How much did the Northeast snowstorm cost?

The economic hit taken by the Northeast this week is kind of like the storm itself: not as bad as it could have been.
Mystery solved: Man who shoveled Bo...

Mystery solved: Man who shoveled Boston Marathon finish line ID'd

For hours Wednesday, Internet sleuths wondered who shoveled the snow off the Boston Marathon finish line Tuesday during the blizzard that produced the sixth-most snow in the city's history?
Oh no! 2 more storms could be head...

Oh no! 2 more storms could be headed our way

Forecasters are watching two weather systems that may bring significant snow in the coming days as New Englanders are just digging out from a historic blizzard.
Baker to visit blizzard-damaged tow...

Baker to visit blizzard-damaged towns

Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker is scheduled to visit some of the areas hit hardest by the two-day blizzard that left up to three feet of snow in some communities.
How much snow fell vs. how much was...

How much snow fell vs. how much was forecast?

A look at some snowfall totals across the Northeast by late Tuesday afternoon after a massive winter storm and the National Weather Service's forecast snow totals as Monday night:
Oh baby! Woman delivers twins, 1 in...

Oh baby! Woman delivers twins, 1 in ambulance, during blizzard

Central Massachusetts was the jackpot region for snow during the blizzard. It was also quite a jackpot for a Worcester woman who gave birth to twins during the storm.
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