Nantucket residents are still struggling with snow cleanup and power outages following Tuesday’s massive blizzard.
TSA officers confiscated more weapons from airline travelers in 2014 than in the previous year, the agency reported Friday. And some of those weapons were found in odd places.
They weren’t necessarily the biggest or most important stories of year, but they are the ones that more people read than any others. Here’s a look at the Most Read stories on CBSBoston.com in 2014.
Marcus Mariota has won the Heisman Trophy, becoming the first Oregon player to earn college football’s top individual honor.
November 29, 2014 On November 20th, President Barack Obama used his executive power to make what many consider some positive changes in our immigration system. The President’s speech brought great joy and satisfaction to the […]
November 22, 2014 The 30th of October will forever be a solemn day for the people of Boston. It was the day we lost our most beloved Mayor Thomas M. Menino. After serving five consecutive […]
November 15, 2014 On Tuesday, November 4th, 2014 the people of Massachusetts went out to the polls and voted for who they thought should be their next governor. The victor was Republican Charlie Baker, who […]
October 25, 2014 Governor Deval Patrick giving domestic workers in the state of Massachusetts their own bill of rights! The governor approved and signed the new law on June 26, 2014, after 4 long years […]
Meteorological summer ends two weeks from this Sunday and southern New England may go the entire season without a significant heat wave.
The Boston Athletic Association is trying to make it a little easier to get into the 2014 Boston Half Marathon.