By - 9/29/16 - 9:56 pm

Boston Police report a woman was attacked at gunpoint around 1:40 a.m on Gay Head Street. Read more.

By - 9/29/16 - 5:56 pm

Police are looking for a guy who pointed what looked like a gun at two tellers at the Members Plus Credit Union on Gallivan Boulevard on Tuesday as he demanded money. Read more.

By - 9/29/16 - 5:29 pm

Cambridge Police have released a photo of a pedestrian they say used his shoulder to push a bicyclist off her bike in Inman Square on Sept. 22.

If he looks familiar, contact police at 617-349-9384.

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By - 9/29/16 - 2:27 pm

The Arnold Arboretum reports the guy who let his dog loose to attack two weed-eating goats the other day at least got a fine, but now is asking other people fed up with random wildlife being ripped up by dogs to help catch irresponsible pet owners: Read more.

By - 9/29/16 - 2:05 pm
Turkey blocked from entering Somerville bank

JD Dascoli watched as a brave security guard foiled a beakpoint robbery around 12:30 p.m. at the Century Bank on the Fellsway in Somerville.

By - 9/29/16 - 1:59 pm

The Boston Business Journal reports an otherwise routine budget bill got a last-minute addition that would name the Brookline Avenue bridge near Fenway Park the David Ortiz Bridge. Read more.

By - 9/29/16 - 10:37 am
Truck just made it under Storrow bridge

Kevin reports a truck driver who barely cleared the BU footbridge outbound this morning was gunning for the next bridge, but was pulled over by a state trooper who stopped him from testing his luck a second time and forced him to slowly back up under the footbridge and into one of those emergency cutouts to await the swift administration of justice. Kevin photographed the truck as it backed up.

By - 9/29/16 - 10:20 am
16 Ronald St. proposal in Dorchester

Architect's rendering.

A group that specializes in creating housing for the elderly is proposing a 54-unit apartment building at 16 Ronald St. in Dorchester aimed at seniors who cannot afford Boston rents. Read more.

By - 9/29/16 - 9:14 am
Flipped car in Boston's South End

McCreatine ran across this sunrise flipping outside the Ink Block in the South End.

By - 9/28/16 - 11:20 pm

Politico reports on the potential sale to some Indian concern and why Attorney General Maura Healey is outraged.

By - 9/28/16 - 10:23 pm

Even as they were still playing the Yankees, the Red Sox clinched the AL East title when Toronto lost tonight.

By - 9/28/16 - 10:15 pm

Village 14 has a copy of the e-mail Newton North High School's principal sent to parents yesterday after some of Newton's best and brightest decided it would be a good idea to drive around the school waving a Confederate flag out the window. "We are taking appropriate action," the not at all amused principal writes.

By - 9/28/16 - 10:11 pm

The Everett City Council is considering a proposal for a halal slaughterhouse on Revere Beach Parkway that would let customers pick out an animal (chicken, goat or sheep) that would then be slaughtered and packaged up for them. There's opposition.

By - 9/28/16 - 7:16 pm
Dead train at Back Bay on the Orange Line

Sara Brooks was among the people who struggled to get home around 6 p.m. when a train up and died at Back Bay. Mathew Helman was another:

Beyond severe delays. Waiting 25 minutes, 1 jam-packed train.

By - 9/28/16 - 5:13 pm
BPDA logo

We're not graphic designers here at UHub (oh, don't act surprised), let alone fancy-pants "brand consultants," but we vaguely remember reading somewhere that consistency in branding is pretty important, and, well, it's now driving us nuts that the BPDA logo has two different lower-case a's in it. Read more.

By - 9/28/16 - 5:01 pm

The Dorchester Reporter reports on a presentation by state officials to turn Morrissey Boulevard from a flood-prone speedway into an "urban boulevard."

By - 9/28/16 - 4:52 pm

Michael Walsh, 80, was arraigned today in charges he raped and indecently attacked a Dorchester boy more than two decades ago, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports. Read more.

By - 9/28/16 - 4:03 pm

Jamaica Plain News reports the guy, who at least stuck around, had been spotted before letting his dogs do whatever the hell they want in the Arnold Arboretum. Read more.

By - 9/28/16 - 3:03 pm

The Supreme Judicial Court ruled today that prosecutors can't use evidence found on the phone of a man charged with murdering an Uphams Corner convenience-store clerk because police seized the phone without any initial proof it had a connection to the murder, then waited 68 days before submitting a search-warrant request based on evidence that it might.

The ruling won't stop prosecutors from trying Onyx White, just 16 at the time, on charges he fatally shot Geraldo Serrano, 71, in the Hermanos Unidos store on Dudley...

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