Eater Boston reports plans for a place that would sell both donuts and bagels in Davis Square have fallen through. No word if a Swiss-cheese emporium will take its place.
Developer John Cruz will file plans with the BRA for a $47-million, 95-unit apartment complex with retail and office space on Warren Street between Clifford and Waverly streets. Read more.
For the second time in a little over a month, the Back Bay Architectural Commission has rejected a request by Steve and Judy Pagliuca to turn the basement of 352 Marlborough St. into a garage. Read more.
The T is reporting "moderate" delays on the Red Line's Ashmont branch due to signal problems at Ashmont.
A tree's come down on the overhead wires at Woodland, causing "severe" delays on the Riverside Line.
Is there anywhere in Boston to buy the cheese made in the Azores?
Arlington Police report somebody painted swastikas Saturday on the garage door of a black family.
Coupled with other recent incidents in town - and across the country - police and the town Human Rights Commission are saying enough's enough. In a statement today, they say: Read more.
The T is warning of the dreaded "severe" delays on the Orange Line inbound from Oak Grove due to a train that needs to be taken out back and shot at Assembly Square. It's so bad, the T is telling people to take the Green Line between North Station and Back Bay, assuming they can get to North Station to begin with, that is.
Residents living near the house on a hill at Poplar Street and Augustus Avenue plan to seek city landmark status to keep it from being torn down. Read more.
The T is advising "moderate" delays from on the Green Line to points west due to a train that isn't budging at Park Street.
Around 10:45 p.m. at Nazing and Maple streets. Police looking for two men who also made off with the victim's backpack.