Mayor Marty Walsh was hopeful an agreement could be reached to allow gay veterans in the South Boston St. Patrick’s Day parade.
A passenger jumped in to control an MBTA bus when the driver suffered a seizure.
MBTA Police are trying to find six people who attacked some passengers on the Red Line.
The bomb squad blew up a pressure cooker left unattended on a street in East Boston Tuesday morning.
Transit Police say the derailed train has been removed from the tunnel and service on the C and D lines will resume after 5 a.m. Tuesday.
Residents and business are looking forward to the end of the noise, detours and lost sales caused by the tunnel closing.
Students began drinking in the morning in a traditional all-day party before they leave for spring break.
The Callahan Tunnel will reopen Monday morning after more than two months of renovations.
The report released Tuesday by the Massachusetts Inspector General found that although chemist Annie Dookhan was the “sole bad actor” at the lab, management failures, “wholly inadequate training,” and a lack of uniform protocols contributed to Dookhan’s ability to commit “acts of malfeasance.”
Police say a 17-year-old is facing charges after leaving the scene of an accident that left a woman seriously injured.