For decades, Boston Red Sox players, their families and team staff have had free parking on a public street abutting Fenway Park on game days. That perk may soon come to an end.
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Any Bostonian who has ever needed to find parking after a snow storm is familiar with the controversial tradition of space saving.
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.
If the Boston Red Sox are able to win the World Series at Fenway Park, police and city officials want to make sure fans celebrate responsibly.
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An I-Team investigation has prompted a number of changes at the MBTA.
The I-Team spoke with 16 commuters who all say they have been repeatedly ticketed even though they are sure they paid the money for parking.
Mayor Menino announced Wednesday that parking in the Back Bay will be free through Sunday.
Mayor Menino says he is furious over reports of cars being vandalized in city neighborhoods after the cars parked in spots that someone else had shoveled out and attempted to reserve with a space saver.