WCVB reports Rob Gronkowski is hanging up his cleats for good.
NBC Boston reports on the charge against Robert Kraft.
Construction workers took a break from rehabbing Emerson College's Little Building to watch the Patriots make the turn from Boylston Street onto Tremont Street.
Michael Ratty captured Gronk being Gronk: Read more.
Claire Blechman captured the scene at the Salem commuter-rail stop shortly before 9 a.m. She reports some people opened an unmanned door on an outbound train and got on, which is either very dumb or very smart. Read more.
Boston Police post details of the Tuesday Patriots parade, along with helpful hints that basically boil down to: Don't be a knucklehead.
Greg Cook Danilchuk Auto Body's annual Super Bowl prediction in East Boston.
Along the South Boston Waterfront, people - and cute, fluffy baby goats - made their preferences clear: Read more.
The Attleboro Sun Chronicle reports Dunkin' Donuts has been using cups emblazoned with the Philadelphia Eagles logo to serve up iced coffee and tea there.
Panzer immediately reacted, covering up the offending graphic with a Koozie - an insulating cover - with a Patriots logo on it.
Just a logistics mistake, the company - founded in Quincy, of course - swears.
The New York Times reports how the Patriots receiver and his assistant in Boston followed up on an Instagram message he got - and helped lead police to a Michigan kid with ready access to two guns threatening to shoot up his school.
WCVB reports his Foxboro home was robbed while he was in Minnesota.
UMass Amherst students gathered on the plaza at the base of the high rises of Southwest quad last night for the traditional post-sportsball riot, which this year resulted in at least 12 people being taken to the hospital and six being arrested after campus, Amherst and State Police in riot gear and on horseback dispersed the crowd with the aid of at least one shot of PepperBall, the school reports. Read more.
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