French Toast Alert Level: Low. Explanation.
By - 4/11/18 - 11:31 pm

Greg Cook reports the latest in the Nicholas Nixon saga; adds the museum seems to have deleted an online forum about the controversy.

By - 4/11/18 - 10:11 pm
Collapsed Ladder 10

Collapsed ladder. Photo by BFD.

Firefighters were at 9 Duke St. in Mattapan tonight when Ladder 10's ladder. No firefighters were on the ladder at the time. Read more.

By - 4/11/18 - 7:46 pm

A federal judge today sentenced Hector "Cuervo" Ramires, 24, for firing a shot that ended the life of a Chelsea woman standing at her window.

Read more.

By - 4/11/18 - 6:24 pm

Josie wonders:

Is it possible to get a cake delivered during the day? 11 am-ish -What company does this? #boston

By - 4/11/18 - 6:12 pm

Boston Police report an officer was forced to shoot a dog that would not stop tearing into a woman this afternoon outside 133 Eustis St. in Roxbury - right next door to where two people were shot last night. Read more.

By - 4/11/18 - 4:40 pm

Boston Police report arresting a man at the scene of a double shooting on Eustis Street last night and arresting him for the crime. Read more.

By - 4/11/18 - 4:17 pm
Legos at Jamaica Pond

Steve Garfield's started fixing a wall at the gazebo at the Jamaica Pond boathouse and hopes the community joins in to finish the work.

Compare to Nate Swain's Lego wall on Congress Street back in 2015.

By - 4/11/18 - 1:32 pm

The City Council today approved an effort by at-large Councilor Ayanna Pressley to begin looking at how to increase the number of trees in Boston - especially with developers increasingly tearing down mature trees as they plant their towers and complexes. Read more.

By - 4/11/18 - 1:16 pm

The Boston City Council today approved a proposal by Councilor Josh Zakim (Back Bay, Beacon Hill, Fenway, Mission Hill, West End) aimed at registering more people to vote. Read more.

By - 4/11/18 - 10:47 am

UPDATE: Boston Police identify the suspect as Marvin Dumay, 30, of Hyde Park.

An officer responding to a report of a break-in at a house on Brown Avenue just off Cummins Highway around 10:15 a.m. spotted the suspect, who spotted the cop and began to run. Read more.

By - 4/11/18 - 10:29 am
Street scene in old Boston

The folks at the Boston City Archives wonder if you can place this scene. See it larger.

By - 4/11/18 - 10:10 am
Walnut Park fire

Walnut Park fire. Photo by BFD.

The Boston Fire Department reports one firefighter suffered non-life-threatening injuries at a fire that broke out early this morning in an unoccupied house at the rear of 41 Walnut Park in Roxbury.

By - 4/11/18 - 9:09 am
Uniorn in Brighton

Daniel captured a rare Brighton unicorn in the field at Chandler Pond last night - his father Dimas - getting ready for the annual Midnight Marathon Bike Ride, of course (where Dimas will be hoofing it with the Midnight Unicorn Team).

By - 4/11/18 - 9:01 am
Turkey's in Boston's North End

Turkeys inspect their newest domain in the North End, as Jody Faller watched.

By - 4/11/18 - 8:51 am

Victim identified as Darryl Noles, 53.

Boston Police report a man in his 50s was fatally stabbed around 10:30 p.m. on Tuesday at 10 Causeway St.

The victim is Boston's 15th murder victim this year.

By - 4/10/18 - 11:15 pm

NBC Boston reports on the settlement with the family of Kyzr Willis, who drowned at a city-run summer program at Carson Beach in 2016.

By - 4/10/18 - 11:07 pm

14-1 tonight.

By - 4/10/18 - 8:12 pm
Dinosaur walks along the South Boston Waterfront

Kim spotted the dino shortly after 6:30 p.m. on Seaport Boulevard. Oh, yeah, and Mike Pence was in town, disrupting rush-hour traffic so he could raise some funds at the Langham.

By - 4/10/18 - 4:18 pm

The last of five men wanted for the robbery and murder of Joshua Briggs in the Holiday Inn Express on Boston Street last October turned himself in this morning, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports. Read more.

By - 4/10/18 - 12:38 pm
Suffolk County District Attorney candidates

Carvalho, Champion, Henning, McAuliffe, Rollins.

The five candidates for Suffolk District Attorney took similar positions on issues ranging from reducing the number of people who go through the criminal system to protecting law-abiding immigrants from ICE at a forum last night sponsored by JP Progressives and the NAACP. Read more.