Check out our top stories of the week below (just click the link to see the full story):
Details Emerge in Beacon Hill Rape Case and How Police Caught Suspect: Police were able to track the GPS signal on the victim's phone to a store Williams sold it to hours after the attack.
$1 Million Winning Ticket Bought on Beacon Hill: The winning ticket was sold at the City Convenience Store on Beacon Street.
MBTA Releases Video of Boylston Crash: Riders were visibly thrown when the two trolleys collided just before noon on Thursday.
PHOTOS: Thousands Turn Out for Holiday Show and Tree Lighting on Common
Government Center Station Closing for 2 Years: A $90 million renovation project will shut down the station through 2015.
Suffolk DA Official: Convicts Released Have ‘100% Chance’ of Re-Offending: Since September, four people facing serious drug charges have been issued a continuance or otherwise freed.
Beacon Hill Sexual Assault Suspect Convicted of Rape in in 1998: Anthony Williams was convicted of rape in Essex County and currently has open cases in Boston on charges of assault and battery and failure to register as a sex offender.
Beacon Hill Rape Suspect Arrested
Tree Lighting Ceremony on Boston Common This Thursday
Elevated Orange Line on Display: Photographs of the once elevated Orange Line are on display through January at The Boston Public Library’s Copley location.
New Zoning Needed for Medical Marijuana Dispensaries in Boston: Boston will be updating its zoning code to permit medical marijuana dispensaries in specific areas around the city.