An enormous party is about to take place in Boston, but you’d be hard-pressed to find out specifically where. “It has been the hardest secret I’ve ever kept,” said Samantha Kanter, head planner of this year’s Le Diner en Blanc, a posh and mysterious picnic dinner set in a public location that’s not revealed to […]
Massachusetts State Police have identified the motorcyclist killed in Thursday’s crash on Interstate 95 north as 42-year-old Christopher Weisz, of Bedford. Weisz was thrown from his BMW motorcycle in Reading after it was struck by a Subaru Impreza shortly before 10 a.m. He was taken to Lahey Hospital & Medical Center in Burlington, where he […]
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The City of Boston has announced several road closures and no-parking zones for the Carribean Carnival and Parades on Saturday. The two parades, one starting in Dorchester and the other in Roxbury, will both end at Franklin Park. The city is recommending that parade-goers use public transportation or bicycles. The Jouvert Parade will begin at […]
DAYTON, Ohio -- Self-driving vehicles are expected to revolutionize transportation when they hit the roads in the future, but the technology could threaten thousands of jobs in communities across the nation, experts said.
If Tom Brady Sr. had it his way back when a teenage Tom Brady was deciding where he wanted to go to college, the father of four would have had his son go to Cal-Berkeley over Michigan. Berkeley was very close to their hometown of San Mateo, so Brady Sr. assumed that he could watch […]