Sometime around 1977, a classic Jeep Wagoneer became entombed after a sand dune in Truro, Massachusetts shifted and engulfed a garage. Now, after four decades, the Jeep has been removed from the garage, and holy shit, does it look terrible.
In a month where ride-sharing companies almost considered leaving a state entirely over background check policies, this latest incident is likely to reignite questions about the companies’ own efforts: A Boston Lyft driver who’s accused of stabbing a passenger on Christmas Day had a prior conviction that, according to…
If you’re curious what a 1986 Nissan Sentra looks like after sitting in a river for a really long time, check out this video of thick-accented Bay Staters pulling a dilapidated hunk of metal from the Merrimack River.
Massachusetts is attempting to aid its taxi industry in the wake of the digital ride-hailing industry by taking from one to give to the other—just like our Founding Fathers did.
How many places is "too many" to have the type of car you're driving written on the back? Three might be too many. [H/T Dana D!]
A truck carrying 7,000 pounds of lobsters from Maine to Massachusetts cooked its cargo when it collided with a bridge, blowing up the refrigeration unit and tearing the top off the cargo box. No humans were hurt, but the lobsters had to be "disposed of" by Westwood police.
I have no idea how the Ford Explorer ended up on top of the Volvo in this four-car crash on Interstate 90 in Sturbridge, Massachusetts, but somehow everyone walked away without a scratch. Physically, I mean. A Ford landing on my head might leave some emotional scars.
Don't you hate shoveling your car our of a five-foot-tall bank of snow after the plow man comes down the street? Well, this particular plowman thinks it's funny, real fackin' funny. But posting a YouTube video of his F-bomb-rich rant on how great he thinks burying people's cars and driveways got Mark Hussey fired.…
Typically, emergency room doctors do everything they can to save lives. But 56-year-old Kristen Howard nearly did the opposite. Although she was named doctor of the year at a Massachusetts hospital in 2009, she nearly killed a 78-year old man Friday when she T-boned his car.
Following up on a tip that drugs were being bought and sold in an Indian Orchard, Mass. parking lot, police saw a heroine deal go down in the unlikeliest of places — inside an ice cream truck with "Ding Dong Cart" printed on the side.
There's nothing we like more than when car enthusiasts get together to do something that benefits the rest of humanity.
A Massachusetts judge decided that there was more going on than meets the eye between Norwood, Mass.-based Clay Nissan and Jill Colter, a service department employee who was fired from the dealership in the midst of cancer treatment.
Jalopnik has learned some new details on what may have caused the five-alarm warehouse blaze in Central Massachusetts Thursday night that destroyed an auto restoration garage and multiple classic cars inside.
A massive five alarm blaze in Charlton, MA last night claimed an entire strip mall of six businesses, including Werke Classic, a classic car restoration shop. The damage is estimated at $2 million.
Jill Colter had barely been back to work at Clay Nissan in Norwood, Mass. for three weeks when she was fired with little explanation. Still in the throes of stage 4 cancer, she had been on medical leave for two months, after receiving radiation treatment and chemotherapy for a brain tumor.
After launching her Buick Century into a sand trap Monday evening, 46 year old Patricia Maione had a rather interesting explanation. According to the Massachusetts woman it wasn't her alleged state of intoxication to blame for the crash, but a faulty GPS.
When 18-year-old Aaron Deveau was texting while driving last year, having to spend a year in jail for it was probably the last thing on his mind. But when he crashed into another car, fatally injuring its driver, that's exactly the sentence a Massachusetts judge handed down.
A Massachusetts man was arrested Wednesday for operating under the influence after doing donuts in a tractor in the middle of a main road.
Massachusetts State Police have concluded that Lieutenant Governor Timothy P. Murray was probably asleep at the wheel when he crashed a Ford Crown Victoria while going over 100 mph. Although he was not wearing a seatbelt, he amazingly escaped injury.