Transit Police report they are looking for this guy who "indecently assaulted two female patrons" on an inbound E train between Longwood and Copley around 6:15 p.m. on Jan. 15.
Tips to 617-222-1050; text anonymous tips to 873873.
Laura Pond asks:
Those who have Renter's Insurance - who do you recommend?
Bianca ran across this Snowman-to-Go on Comm. Ave. in Allston.
A perplexed citizen in East Boston wonders what sort of spell he needs to cast to get a handicap ramp uncovered:
Did you know there is a handicap ramp at the corner of Marion and White? I do. But this person doesn't because once snow covers it. It's like the ramp is a student at Hogwarts sneaking around in an invisibility cloak. After being told for many years signs aren't needed, just call 911, perhaps the City of Boston will give us wizards, muggles and half-bloods some respect and put the signs in. Even the cops say it would free them up to fight crime instead of dealing with this all the time. Don't make me go all Lord Voldemort on you. Put some signs up!
Ami Chitwood reports that as of at least 6:30 a.m., lights were out by the train station.
Italian in Boston came across this snow creature on the Common last night.
Jed Hresko spotted this stroller saver at Academy Homes in Roxbury.
The episode in Hingham did not end well for either party, although the raccoon got the worst of it.
Enoch Pratt photographed a big snowman at Comm. Ave. and Hereford today.
or is the MBTA really getting too lazy with their alerts. Case in point:
Haverhill Line cancelled due to mechanical problem. Next outbound service, Train 227 @ 4:30 pm.
Affected direction: outbound
Last updated: Feb 5 2014 4:06 PM
I presume the cancelled train... Read more
And you know what that means: Right, you have until 5 p.m. on Friday to save a space.
Pete Septoff was agahst to discover some "sociopath" simply dropped a cone in an unshoveled space in Cambridge today. So he took quick action:
The cone now pines for fjords.