Region scrambles to resume its routines today

Side streets throughout Boston and surrounding communities remained snow-covered and choked off by plows trying to clear major streets.

Snowballs flew in a Boston Common crowd.


Amid the toil, many find pure delight in snow

As Boston stirred back to life Sunday, the city was turned into a playground for young and old alike, under bright skies.

127,000 still awaiting return of power

National Grid expected to restore power to Brockton and Quincy by mid-Monday, while NStar said some might not have power until Thursday.


Snowstorm will provide a blizzard of lessons

Mistakes made during this week’s cleanup will help drive preparations for the next storm. The cycle of learning and adjusting never ends.

Riders boarded a Green Line trolley at the Kenmore Square Station on Sunday shortly after the MBTA resumed limited service at 2 p.m.

MBTA service slowly roars back to life

Full service is set to resume Monday morning amid questions about why the weekend snowstorm had so hobbled the system.

President Obama ordered the raid on Osama bin Laden at this hideout in Pakistan. The scope of the war on terrorism and presidential authority has come under new scrutiny.

Calls grow to revamp antiterror statute

As antiterror operations expand, a rare bipartisan coalition is advocating that Congress apply a new set of checks on President Obama.

Police commissioner Edward F. Davis.

Leeway in policy to punish Boston police

The department has few set disciplinary guidelines, leading to wide-ranging punishments and tension in the rank and file.

55th Grammy Awards

// At Grammy Awards, a little something for everyone

Mumford & Sons took home the big prize for album of the year, but it was truly an evening where everyone had a small piece of the pie.

Among Boston Dynamic’s robots is BigDog, a bot that can lumber across rough terrain and carry 340-pounds.


Mass. emerging as robotics leader

Companies, including iRobot and Rethink Robotics, and schools in the state are at the leading edge of the next generation in robotics.

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//[1].jpg The 1940 Valentine’s Day Blizzard

The Boston area was surprised by the Valentine’s Day Blizzard of 1940, which left cars and people stranded overnight, and 31 New Englanders dead.


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Celtics 118, Nuggets 114

Paul Pierce, who had 27 points, 14 rebounds, and 14 assists, is especially happy as the final horn sounds in Boston’s triple-overtime victory.

Celtics win triple-OT thriller

Paced by Paul Pierce’s triple-double, the Celtics got past the Nuggets, 118-114, for their seventh straight win.