The nor?easter dropped inches of snow overnight, and it?s not done

Fitchburg, MA: 3/7/2018: Snow covers cars in a student parking lot on North Street at Fitchburg State University, while more comes down from the sky. Another winter storm is predicted to hit the area this afternoon and tonight. (Jim Davis/Globe Staff)

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The storm dropped more than a foot of snow overnight in some places, making for a messy Thursday morning commute. And the nor?easter isn?t gone yet.

// Snowfall totals from around the region

How much snow has fallen in your area amid the nor?easter? Here?s a look, according to the National Weather Service.

// Shuttle buses to replace Green Line service between Reservoir and Riverside stations

Other delays are expected across the MBTA and commuter rail service, as the second nor?easter of the week continues to push through the region.

// Woman hit by snow plow near Tufts Medical Center

The woman was left with life-threatening injuries after a snow plow hit her on Washington Street Wednesday night.

Boston, Ma., 03/01/18, Causeway Street flooded and was closed down, but pedestrians still struggled to walk through it. Suzanne Kreiter/Globe staff

Newly found documents show that recent storms were historically strong

Centuries-old records found at MIT and Harvard show that the two recent, massive nor?easters were among the most powerful storms since the 1800s.

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The waves in Boston Harbor quickly rose last Friday amid a nor?easter.

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Winchester suspect had two dozen encounters with police in 6 years

Winchester police repeatedly brought Jeffrey Yao to the hospital for psychological evaluations over the past several years before Yao allegedly stabbed a woman to death in the town library.

Demonstrators chant during a meeting of the Mystic Valley Regional Charter School Board in support of the young Black women who've been disciplined for their hair styles. The Board of Trustees then went into executive session. Josh Reynolds for The Boston Globe (Metro, ) 5/21/17

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For charter schools, recently it?s been bad news galore

A stream of unflattering news comes as charter schools are trying to recover from a defeat in November 2016, when voters rejected a ballot question to accelerate charter expansion.

From left, East Bridgewater's Peri Snow, and Kate Smith defend Madison Park's Francisca Barros-DePina, during their first round game division 3 game, Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2018. (Marc Vasconcellos/The Enterprise)

A 93-7 rout and a host of concerns after a blowout high school girls playoff game

When the buzzer sounded last week, news of East Bridgewater?s runaway win over Madison Park began to ping across the country, eliciting strong negative reaction.

// Allegations of employee mistreatment roil renowned Brookline trauma center

Dr. Bessel van der Kolk, a best-selling author whose research has attracted a worldwide following, has been fired following complaints that he bullied and denigrated workers.

// IRS agent indicted in alleged rape, strangulation of intern

James Clarke, a special agent in the IRS?s criminal investigations office in Boston, has not been arrested, but rather has been summonsed to appear for arraignment in Suffolk Superior Court.

// NYPD says it has considerable evidence in Harvey Weinstein rape case

However, it?s up to the district attorney to decide whether to pursue an indictment against the disgraced media mogul.

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Modeling?s glamour hides web of abuse

The fashion industry is built on glamour and allure, but many models, especially the very young, know it for something else: sexual exploitation and abuse.

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