WBZ-TV’s Dan Roche and Levan Reid pass along their observations from Day 1 of Patriots training camp, and look ahead to Friday.
The high yesterday in Boston was 92…just the 4th time this year that Logan has reached 90. There won’t be a 5th today…a coldfront has slipped through and temps have fallen and leveled off in the 70s and the humidity will ease throughout the afternoon.
With the Patriots taking the field for the first practice of trianing camp, Levan Reid gives you a few storylines to keep an eye on.
Can you think of a group of Americans less entitled to self-congratulation than Congress?
The former CEO of Market Basket says he will make an offer to buy the Market Basket supermarket chain.
In a statement provided to the Boston Globe and the Lowell Sun, Arthur T. Demoulas said he and his side of the family will try to buy the 50.5% of the company owned by other relatives who forced him out as CEO last month.
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Residents of the Boston neighborhood are fighting the mayor’s plan to upgrade handicap ramps on sidewalks there.
Excitement is high as the Patriots start training camp, but so are the expectations.
Nothing good ever comes from rushing something.
For the first time since the Gulf War in 1991, US airlines are not flying to Israel.
The FAA imposed a 24-hour ban, scheduled to end at Noon on Wednesday, because of rocket fire from Gaza landing close to Tel Aviv’s Ben Gurion Airport.