SNOW SLIDER1 BOSTON, MA - 3/08/2018: A winter wonder land along the Commonwealth Ave mall in Boston (David L Ryan/Globe Staff ) SECTION: METRO TOPIC 09stormphotos

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Trees coated with snow along Commonwealth Avenue Mall in Boston.

SNOW SLIDER1 Boston, MA - 3/8/18 - On her way to work, Alexandra Rotondo (cq) clears snow and ice from her vehicle, in the South End. More snow than originally expected fell on Boston, in the current Nor'easter. Photo by Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff Topic: 09storm Reporter: XXX

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Alexandra Rotondo cleared snow and ice from her vehicle in Boston.

Bike racks were iced over on Harrison Avenue in Boston.

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Bike racks were iced over on Harrison Avenue in Boston.

Bill Bennett cleared his driveway on Spring Valley Road in Methuen.

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Bill Bennett cleared his driveway on Spring Valley Road in Methuen.

SNOW SLIDER1 BOSTON, MA - 3/08/2018: The Shaw Memorial across from the AState House outlined in snow (David L Ryan/Globe Staff ) SECTION: METRO TOPIC 09stormphotos

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The Shaw Memorial near the State House was covered with snow.

Cars on Garden Street in Beacon Hill were coated.

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Cars on Garden Street in Beacon Hill were coated.

Tree limbs and wires were down in Lexington.

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Tree limbs and wires were down in Lexington.

More than 350,000 without power as second nor?easter hammers Massachusetts

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.

// Woman, 67, critically injured when 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.

Rudy Hersh took his dogs for their nightly walk as snow swirls around the Bunker Hill Monument during a snowstorm  oon Wednesday.

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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.

// Tom Brady gets a fresh cut for a good cause

Tom Brady and Governor Charlie Baker got their locks shorn to benefit Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.

// Patriots re-sign special teams player Brandon King

The three-year veteran signed with the Patriots a week before he was set to become a restricted free agent.

// Under pressure, Akamai adds two board members

Move could placate activist hedge fund that recently bought a big stake in the Cambridge company.

// Bones found on a Pacific island belong to Amelia Earhart, analysis claims

After decades of mystery surrounding Earhart?s disappearance, her story may finally come to a close.

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// Suffolk University makes interim president permanent

Marisa Kelly has been in charge since 2016, after a debacle that led to the abrupt ouster of the previous leader.

// 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 at the polls in November 2016.

// Police records on Winchester suspect detail odd, threatening behavior

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

The Northeastern women?s basketball team bus got stuck in the snow. So they pushed . . . and pushed . . .

A video shows teammates straining to push the charter bus forward, cheering as the wheels finally turn.

3 feet of snow in Woodford, Vt., but Town Hall is open and ?it?s been much worse than this?

The town of roughly 420 people in Bennington County was buried.

// 100-foot-tall tree falls on Newton home; family escapes injury

The tree crashed into a two-and-a-half-story home Thursday morning, leaving a hole in the roof.

Watch this Newton teenager practice his lightsaber skills during the nor?easter

Fifteen-year-old Alex Wymer didn?t let the heavy snow stop him from honing his fighting skills.

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 worker abuse roil Brookline trauma center

Dr. Bessel van der Kolk, whose research has attracted a worldwide following, has been fired following complaints.

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// Phone call from Galvin adds heat to a primary race

In his 24 years as secretary of state, Bill Galvin had faced only one primary challenger, back in 2006. That has changed.

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Women business owners are more of a force than ever, taking their acumen online with hyper-local domains.

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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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The gondola plan proposed by Millennium Partners deserves serious attention.


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// Adult brains don?t make new neurons, controversial new study claims

The findings were contrary to dozens of experiments over the last 20 years.