A woman who collapsed around 1 a.m. at Broadway and Congress Avenue died of "serious injuries", according to Chelsea Police and the Suffolk County District Attorney's office.
The Revere woman, in her 40s, was rushed to Mass General, where she was pronounced dead later in... Read more
MuckRock posts some FBI files on the former BU president.
A progressive group doesn't get how the at-large councilor-to-be could think of supporting Bill Linehan for city council president.
The Dunkin' Donuts at 99 Cambridge St., Charlestown, was held up around noon by a man who threatened the manager with a tire iron to get money. He then fled the store - leaving both the tire iron and his cell phone on the counter.
He's described as white, in his 30s, with a receding hairline, wearing a tan coat and a light-blue shirt under a V-neck sweatshirt.
The Bank of America branch at 740 Gallivan Blvd. was held up shortly before 11 a.m. by a white man, about 5'8" and about 50, who handed a teller a note. He wore a black Nike cap.
Shortly after 10 a.m., at 45 Lonsdale St. Police are looking for two black men, both about 6' and 180 lbs., dressed all in black and carrying black guns and wire ties.
Ron Newman introduces us to the little free libraries of Somerville - boxes set up where anybody can take a book or leave a book.
And, yes, we're expecting one to two inches of snow today. But, still, people who were up at, well, the crack of dawn, got to see quite the sunrise. Allison Pyburn watched the sun rise over Waltham.
Wicked Local Cambridge reports a bicyclist shoved and knocked down another bicyclist for her audacity in passing him on the right on Mass. Ave.
Around 9:30 p.m. He was found behind 87 School St., but may have been shot around the corner on Washington Street.
couldn't get any lazier, consider this "E"xcuse alert from earlier tonight:
Green Line E branch experiencing minor delays due to technical problem
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A worker at a steel-fabrication plant in the Boston Harbor Shipyard was crushed to death tonight by "a piece of steel shaped like an arch weighing 12,000 pounds," according to the Boston Fire Department.
The Suffolk County District Attorney's office says the incident, around... Read more
Firefighters determined the source of smoke inside Trinity Church in Copley Square around 5:15 p.m. was an overheated motor in the ceiling above a first-floor restroom. Power was shut, ending the problem, although traffic around Copley Square remained clogged.
Boston Police report arresting a Plymouth woman on Tremont Street early Sunday:
Officers spoke with the victim who stated that he had been smoking a cigarette outside of 279 Tremont St. when the suspect, described as a white female dressed in black, approached the victim and hugged him. The victim quickly discovered his wallet had been stolen and reported the crime to officers.