A male cyclist was struck and killed by a vehicle during a race in Sudbury Sunday morning, police said.
Brookline police released a photo on Thursday of a bike they say looks like the one a missing Boston College student rides.
A driver suspected in a hit and run in Leominster was arrested Friday and charged with witness intimidation.
Leominster police say they know the driver who hit a teenager, left him injured in the road and took off earlier this week.
A 13-year-old boy suffered serious head injuries after he was hit by a truck on Baker Street in Foxboro Monday afternoon.
As a cold drizzle covered Boston on Monday, the friends of 28-year-old Boston College graduate student Kelsey Rennebohm gathered to remember her.
The second annual Bay State Bike Week kicks off May 14 with nearly 200 participation options throughout Massachusetts. Second only to running marathons, Massachusetts residents love riding their bicycles. In spite of imperfect weather during half the year, a certain number of the state’s cyclists continue to pedal on and commute to work every day to stay fit and encourage greener transportation. Coordinated by the Massachusetts Department of Transportation and Massachusetts Bicycle Coalition, Bay State Bike Week ropes in the entire cycling community with fun rides, business sponsorships and myriad educational opportunities for budding cyclists and environmentalists alike.
Starting Sunday, Massachusetts is holding a car-free week, asking residents to ditch their cars in favor of alternative transportation.
The opening of the Bike Share program is scheduled for this summer. Ultimately the plan may provide 5000 bikes available for rent.
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