Mar 28, 2014
Litter-picking pensioner takes on Stourbridge grot spots
PICKING Stourbridge pensioner has single-handedly collected three quarters of a ton of rubbish which was littering a river-side stretch of the town.
Man Rescued By MBTA Workers Has New Mission In Life
Kevin Bossart and his friend Rachel Dobinski were having a relaxed lunch near Fenway Thursday, but six weeks ago, the scene was farfetched.
Grateful sister: 'If it wasn't for them, we might not have Kevin'
A Quincy family on Wednesday thanked the MBTA CPR instructor who saved the life of Kevin Bossart and the customer service representative who held his hand after a heart attack on the stairs at Wollaston Station.
T workers give life-saving help to young man in cardiac arrest
A 24-year-old Quincy man was on his way to work last week when he suddenly went into cardiac arrest, passed out, and tumbled down a flight of stairs at the MBTA's Wollaston Station, Transit Police said.
Disabled trains cause some delays on several MBTA lines; aging equipment and cold blamed
Nine subway trains were disabled, causing significant delays on three lines, because of the frigid weather this morning, MBTA officials said.