Thirteen able-bodied people, parking for free in Downtown Boston, were caught by the State Inspector General’s Office for using disabled persons’ placards that they shouldn’t have.
The NBA has fined Boston Celtics forward Gerald Wallace $10,000 for using profane language during his postgame media availability.
The clean-up from the blizzard of 2013 is far from over. While most streets have been at least partially cleared, and getting around on city streets is becoming easier, walking in many Boston neighborhoods still poses a danger.
Patriots linebacker Brandon Spikes delivered a number of bone-crushing hits last Sunday against the Buffalo Bills, and one of them cost him some money.
A private fireworks show in Abington was so large that firefighters parked nearby to keep an eye on it. Now the department is sending the homeowner a fire detail bill.
There are so few things we really control in life – what comes out of our mouths in public is one of them.
A body mix-up has landed a Brookline funeral home on probation.
The Worcester Sharks offered to reimburse Gronkowski the $7,500 fine for his spike in the Jets game.
High school students will face fines of $100 for every day they skip school. The fines will only affect students who have missed at least 20 days.
The state attorney general’s office has reached a $1 million agreement with National Grid to settle allegations that the utility responded poorly to a snowstorm the day after Christmas.