Boston Area News

Merrimack, NH Officials Apologize For Primary Traffic IssuesLong lines of traffic caused headaches for voters during the New Hampshire primary in Merrimack.
Mass. Senate Forms Initiative To Get Millennials Involved In GovernmentSenate President Stan Rosenberg said he launched the Millennial Engagement Initiative to do something about the lack of participation by the millennial generation in the political process.
Wellesley College Names First Black PresidentWellesley College has named a Harvard Medical School faculty member as its next president.
Bourne Police Offer 'Accounting' Services To Drug Dealers This Tax SeasonBourne police are offering to help drug dealers with their “business dealings” in a tongue-in-cheek Facebook post.
Scientists Detect Gravitational Waves In Astronomical BreakthroughSome scientists likened the breakthrough to the moment Galileo took up a telescope to look at the planets.
Waltham Animal Control Rescues Deer Stuck In HammockWaltham and Arlington Animal Control officers cut the buck loose in a Belmont back yard.

Boston Area Sports

Are The Red Sox Banking Too Heavily On Bradley, Castillo?Here we are again. Is transitioning from paper to the field ever really that straightforward?
Did Clippers Reenact Paul Pierce's Stabbing During Pregame Introductions?Paul Pierce's teammates commemorated the occasion by ... pretending to stab him?
Liverpool Supporters Can Teach Red Sox Fans A Lesson: You Can Get What You Want ... If You're Loud EnoughYou love your team, and so you open your wallet. There's not much you can do about it. But ... what if you can?
12 Scrap Heap Free Agents The Patriots Should Target In 2016The Patriots love to dig for free-agent gems in the scrap heap, like Dion Lewis last year. Here are some cheap free agent options who could fit in well and bring great value to New England.
Doc Rivers Sold On Celtics: 'They're Not Scared Of Anybody'The Celtics may not be considered among the NBA’s elite just yet, but they strengthened their case on Wednesday night with a thrilling 139-134 overtime win over the Los Angeles Clippers.
Snowboarder Shares First Person Video Of Jump Off Fenway Park RampSnowboarder Lyon Farrell shared a first person video of himself going off the jump in advance of the Fenway Park Big Air competition.

Boston's Best

Boston's Best Valentine's Day Bars For SinglesCheck out some of the best bars to go to on Valentine's Day if you aren't coupled up.
Boston's Best Valentine's Day DinnersWhere to go for a memorable dinner on Valentine's Day.
Boston's Best Places For Dress ShoesMake sure to visit these top shoe spots before any job interview, event or business meeting.
Boston's Best Shows To See On Your Valentine's Day DateFrom comedies to classics, couples shouldn't have any problem finding a great show in Boston this Valentine's Day.
Best Valentine's Day Travel Destinations Near BostonBelow you will find some of the best places to spend a night or two, celebrating Valentine's Day -- and your significant other!
Boston's Best Mommy & Me ClassesMommy & Me classes are a great opportunity to spend some special bonding time with baby and toddler-aged children.

GRAMMYs on CBS

Tori Kelly Previews GRAMMY Performance with James BayShe also discusses how she feels about the lyrics that she wrote for "Unbreakable Smile," which were written before she was a GRAMMY nominee.
GRAMMYs Add Alabama Shakes and Miguel as PerformersEleven year old prodigy Joey Alexander will also take the GRAMMY stage.
Taylor Swift to Open the GRAMMY AwardsWe don't know what song she's going to do yet, though.
Why Ed Sheeran's 'Thinking Out Loud' Should Win the GRAMMY for Song of the YearWriting a love song is no easy business, but Sheeran has shown again and again that he understands how to make any listener swoon even just a little, but more likely quite a lot.

CBS Boston Blogs

Doc Rivers Sold On Celtics: 'They're Not Scared Of Anybody'The Celtics may not be considered among the NBA’s elite just yet, but they strengthened their case on Wednesday night with a thrilling 139-134 overtime win over the Los Angeles Clippers.
Freezer Door Opens For Valentine's Day WeekendYou may have a hard time remembering this winter has been an extremely mild one this weekend, as the coldest air in over a decade moves into the region for Valentine's Day.
Bursts of Snow Followed By Frigid Air This WeekendAreas of light snow have developed this morning as some upper level energy slides over southern New England; expect additional bursts of snow to come through this afternoon and early evening. Our atmosphere has a lot of instability today, so similar to summertime thunderstorms, any snow showers that develop today could get a little “feisty” so to speak.
Bundle Up! Sub-Zero Cold Coming This WeekendBy the end of this week, a piece of the “Polar Vortex” will break off and head straight for New England.

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