NBC Boston reports.
If loose lips sink ships, what do loose seats on the Orange Line do? Andrew Choy spotted this seat-to-go this afternoon.
"Moderate" delays on the Red Line following the demise of a train at Kendall Square, the T advises.
The T reports "moderate" delays due to an Orange Line train that reached a premature end of the line at Community College.
A 4-3 majority on the Supreme Judicial Court today overturned convictions for possession of burglarious tools for two men who were stopped by police as they walked down train tracks in Norwood late one frigid winter night with two crowbars, gloves, a flashlight, walkie talkies and a map of a possible building with arrows and X's on it, because police failed to prove the men were going to use all that stuff to commit a break in, rather than just going for a little stroll....Read more
Michael Cucchiello reports his 70-year-old bakery, which sells everything from pastries to pan pizza at 356 Bennington St. in Day Square, is moving to Cogliano Plaza on Lincoln Avenue.
Cucchiello had to start looking for a new home earlier this year when his landlord told him the building would become a Dunkin' Donuts.
The T reports "moderate" delays outbound on the Blue Line due to a train that shows no signs of life at Orient Heights.
Matt Karolian asks:
Someone keeps leaving bags of dog poop in the street outside our house. What are the best means of catching the poopetrator?
WCVB reports the shops on Blue Hill Avenue in Mattapan Square, Dorchester Avenue in Fields Corner, Liberty Plaza in East Boston and Beacon Street in Coolidge Corner are among two dozen the perpetually teetering chain is closing in Massachusetts (in other news, there were still two dozen Radio Shacks in Massachusetts).
Officials credit stepped up patrols by Northeastern cops in the neighborhood on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, plus counseling for off-campus students on how not to be jerks, according to the Huntington News, which reports officials made the assertions at a "town hall meeting" on community relations to which community residents were not invited.
Jose Junior Lopez last week filed papers with the state Office of Campaign and Political Finance to run for the District 7 city-council seat being vacated by Tito Jackson, who is running for mayor.
Candidates do not get on the September preliminary ballot unless they return enough signatures on city nominating petitions, which become available in May.
The Boston Business Journal reports.
The Globe reports the Trustees of Reservations are looking for a waterfront parcel on which to build a major new park.
On Friday, WBUR reported on the curious case of Jean Morose Viliena, who once allegedly used a paramilitary group to beat up and kill opponents when he ran a small town in Haiti but who now lives a quiet live in Malden, well clear of the charges that would face him if he ever returned to his homeland.
Today, WBUR reports that one of the three Haitian men who filed a suit in the US against him "died unexpectedly" Friday night.
Lisa Jacobson captured this near miss on the inbound side of Storrow Drive this afternoon.
Stop by Batter'd & Fried Boston Seafood House, 1008 Woodland St. in East Nashville, where the walls are lined with photos of Sox players and the dishes include New England fish and chips, Boston clam chowder, Atlantic whole belly clams and Boston Cream Pie. Sam Adams is on tap, of course, and when the Sox are playing, their games are on the TVs. Read more.
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