Temperatures are rising in Boston, but it's not enough to melt the piles of snow that still dot the landscape.
Lingering snow piles from historic winter continue to plague municipalities in Greater Boston http://t.co/8S6GsnFMpj pic.twitter.com/N1iCWk0iiO
— The Boston Globe (@BostonGlobe) May 28, 2015
The piles are filled with garbage and debris picked up by snow plows during the city's record-setting storms this winter and spring, and even with the sun beating down on them now, the piles aren't close to fully melting away.
By Matt Dinger, Staff WriterARDMORE — An Ardmore man and a Marietta teen were killed Thursday in a crash south of Ardmore, according to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol.
Gerald Letkiewicz, 61, of Ardmore, died at the scene of the crash on U. S. 77, five miles south of Ardmore in Carter County.
By Graham Lee Brewer, Staff WriterTwo Oklahoma City police officers attempted to revive a man who died Wednesday after he was taken into custody, according to a police report released Thursday.
The man, who police have not identified, came out of the woods near a motorcycle trail along the North Canadian River near NE 23 and Bartell and began hitting vehicles parked along the trail, said Capt.
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