WBZ reports Revere Police have arrested a woman on charges she rummaged around a Revere firehouse while firefighters were at a fire and then used one firefighter's credit card at some local stores.
A woman riding her bicycle in the Southwest Corridor knocked off by a guy who managed to make off with her iPhone 3G after failing to get her bike. She suffered a busted lip and a black eye in the attack.
Police started looking for a white man with tattoos and quickly found a possible suspect nearby.
The City Council voted today to form a commission to figure out how to honor former Mayor Ray Flynn and agreed to back efforts to rename the Ferdinand complex in Dudley Square the Bruce C. Bolling Municipal Building.
A federal appeals court today upheld the 3 1/2-year sentence of local defense attorney Robert George, in a decision that reads more like the outline for a crime novel than your traditional dry appellate ruling.
We write today about the curious case of Robert George,... Read more
UPDATE, 7:10 p.m.: The bomb squad determined the package was not suspicious but was somebody's misplaced property.
Not only is the store now shut, but Boylston Street in front of the store is closed to pedestrians and motor vehicles.
Chronicles of the Hood Blimp scores an interview with one of the pilots of the Hood Blimp.
State officials confirmed today a dread Emerald Ash Borer was found in a trap at the Arnold Arboretum earlier this month and that they are now working on a quarantine zone that would be similar to, if somewhat less strict, than the one recently lifted... Read more
The City Council agreed today to hold a hearing on how to regulate Uber, Lyft and other ride-sharing services.
Councilors Bill Linehan - who proposed the hearing - and Steve Murphy said it was time for regulation to protect public safety and out of fairness... Read more
The City Council voted unanimously today to issue a formal summons to landlord Anwar Faisal to appear at a hearing on Aug. 13, or risk possible arrest.
Faisal has declined past requests to appear voluntarily at council hearings on his rental practices. City Councilor Josh... Read more
UPDATE: You can now donate cash via the East Boston Harborside Community School Council.
Roving UHub photographer Ryan Smith happened upon this freshly Storrowed truck at Silber Way sometime after 11 a.m. today.
WBZ takes a look at Valore Books - and its 700 Better Business Bureau complaints.
Chris Rich scanned the produce aisles at one of the three Market Baskets in Billerica today.
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