These Are The Most Expensive Homes Sold in Massachusetts

By | Boston Daily |

These Are The Most Expensive Homes Sold in Massachusetts During the Second Half of 2012. The 7,461 square-foot, four-story home located at 115 Commonwealth Avenue sold for $10.6 million and topped the BBJ’s list of the most expensive homes sold during the second half of last year. The most expensive condo sold during that timeframe was none other than Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brady’s unit at 10 Beacon Street, which sold for $9,271,000.  [Boston Business Journal]

Mayor Menino Is Sorry That Cleaning Up Nemo’s Mess Has Been Such a Mess. Days after the storm hit, many of Boston’s streets remained blocked by mountains of snow. Mayor Menino expressed his frustration to the Globe: “I apologize for it. We’ll get there as quickly as possible. Sometimes you have to be patient in a storm of this magnitude.” He had this to say to WBZ: “Be patient. We have to do a better job than we did. We’ll work harder on it and we are working very hard. The public works department and the recreation department are all really working real hard.”  [Globe | WBZ]

Gabriel Gomez Will Challenge Dan Winslow in GOP Primary. Gomez, a former Navy SEAL, was off to a somewhat rocky start on Monday after his campaign website—featuring a placeholder photo of Barack Obama—went live.  [Herald]

Plow Driver Pleads Guilty to Plow Driving Under the Influence. He was caught Friday on Parker Drive in Wayland with a college-style Poland Spring water bottle of vodka and a BAC to match.  [MetroWest Daily News]

Boston College Wins Fourth Beanpot in a Row. The senior class is the first group of BC hockey players to go undefeated in the Beanpot in school history.  [ESPN]