A group of men robbed a man around 10:30 p.m., Thursday on the Blakemore Street bridge over the train tracks. He was beaten with a gun, then ordered to take off his clothes - which the group then threw over the side of the bridge.
This robbery was around the same time a clerk at a Washington Street liquor store was also being pistol whipped and robbed.
Conor Hanlon shows us a newly renamed pub in Newton Highlands.
Bostonian at heart Joe Keohane writes the hate is back west of Worcester, but that rather than just whining about it, we embrace the fact that others are simply jealous, or something.
The Tech reports MIT and its fraternities are working with architects to develop applications for assembly permits for frats on this side of the river.
The Boston Inspectional Services Department requires that assembly limits are calculated based on the emergency exit capabilities of each residence. Currently, however, Boston [Fraternity, Sorority and Independent Living Group] residences have assembly limits calculated by the old system that was based on square footage. The Boston Inspectional Services Department wants to verify that all assembly limits meet the present standards and reflect the safe capacities of FSILG residences.
Around 10:40 p.m. at MVP Liquors on Washington Street at Albano, by two Hispanic males, one armed with a 9mm gun, which he used to hit the clerk in the head. Both wore hoodies and had T-shirts wrapped around their faces. One was 5'9" and heavyset and had a blue, red and gold sweatshirt on.
Around 9:40 p.m. at 124 Eustis St. Police are looking for a mid-90s maroon Honda or Toyota low rider with a noisy muffler seen leaving the scene.
Around 9:45 p.m. at Almont Street and Blue Hill Avenue, Stanley Staco reports. The homicide unit was called in due to the severity of the person's injuries.
Around 9:20 p.m. by the hockey rink at Fallon Field. Both had their backpacks taken by three other teens, one holding a gun and wearing a Freddie Kreuger mask.
Police and EMTs rushed to 746 Truman Parkway in Hyde Park around 9:20 p.m. after two men, one armed with an ice pick, the other with a shovel, began jousting. The man with the ice pick punctured the shovel man's face several times; Shovel man in turn managed to slice open ice-pick man's face with his ad-hoc weapon.
Boston's better than that. Especially after this year, no one who truly loves the city of Boston should ever engage in willful wanton destruction. Let's band together and help Chad pay for what these idiots did. He shouldn't have to.
A Brighton District Court judge let a Watertown man walk out of court today following his arraignment on OUI and leaving-the-scene charges for a crash in Allston that sent two people to the hospital, one with head injuries, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office... Read more
Transit Police report arresting an Allston man after they say officers chased him from Blandford Street to Kenmore Square - through the B Line tunnel around 11:30 p.m.
William Goodhue, 23, was charged with trespassing. Police say they had to stop trolleys while officers chased him through the tunnel.
A concerned citizen files this request on Citizens Connect:
"John Farrell is not allowed to buy his own beer in this town ever again!" Please sign this ordinance into law immediately.
"Case noted," the city vaguely replies.