Juan Ayala-Powell was ordered held in jail today after a judge revoked his bail on an earlier charge at his arraignment on a variety of charges related to a shooting that sent a person to the hospital in serious condition, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports. Read more.
Boston Restaurant Talk reports Isabella's will become an Italian place called Cafe Tremezzo.
Alvin Nguyen was at the Hannaford on Hancock Street around 9:20 a.m. when this car caught fire.
Jimmy Buffet returns to
Great Woods the Xfinity Center this coming Saturday and Mansfield Police are warning tailgating fans not to bring their own jury-rigged toilets this time:
Fortunately, the folks at Live Nation New England have supplied the parking lots with an abundance of actual, health-code-compliant toilets that aren't attached to the bumper of a pickup truck. We want to get the word out early this year that the "tent toilets" will not be permitted (or tolerated). We know...
Around 12:30 a.m. at Brighton Avenue and Cambridge Street. The suspect was described as white, with dark, curly hair, wearing a black shirt and blue jeans. He had a bicycle with him and a black backpack.
Shortly before 9 p.m., David Finnerty reported:
Entire Jet Ski taking up left lane of Morrissey south by UMass entrance.
UPDATE, 8:44 p.m. Warning canceled for Boston, although it's kind of boomy and rainy here along the Roslindale/Hyde Park frontier.
CONTINUOUS CLOUD TO GROUND LIGHTNING IS OCCURRING WITH THESE STORMS. MOVE INDOORS IMMEDIATELY. LIGHTNING IS ONE OF NATURE`S LEADING KILLERS.
State Police say the woman, 45, was struck just past Moakley Park by a Camry driven by a 75-year-old Randolph man in the left lane towards Castle Island. The driver and his two passengers were uninjured, State Police say, adding the crash remains under investigation.
Boston firefighters are at 18 Alabama St. in Mattapan for a fire reported around 6:25 p.m. It's currently at two alarms; one firefighter has suffered a hand injury.
The T is warning of delays up to 50 minutes on the Providence Line due to "an Amtrak signal issue near Attleboro Station."
Roving UHub photographer Frank Kosiba spotted this reminder of the overnight thunderstorms on K Street in South Boston.
For a more immediate view of nature's fury, take a look at this amazing photo of lightning crashing down around Graves Light during one of the storms.
Around 11 p.m. at Warren and Intervale streets. The victim's injuries were bad enough to have the homicide unit brought in, just in case.