The Boston Fire Department reports Boston and Cambridge firefighters converged on the Massachusetts Avenue Bridge around 7:30 a.m. on reports of a person in the water. John Duffill reports they found the person's body.
Mitchell was on hand today when workers began moving the 25-ton globe at Babson College to a new location for a year's worth of repairs in time to make it spin again for the college's 100th anniversary.
Boston Police report they are looking for a man they say held up the Cummins Market, 290 Cummins Highway, between Hyde Park Avenue and American Legion Highway around 2:20 p.m. on Wednesday afternoon. Read more.
NBC Boston, which now calls itself NBC 10 Boston, has alerted people who watch it the old-fashioned way, with an antenna, on channel 60.5, that they'll have to rescan to pick up NBC 10 on channel 15.1 because 60.5 is going away forever on April 1.
MassDOT reports the T will be boosting service on all four subway lines tomorrow during the March for Our Lives, which starts at 11 a.m. at Madison Park High School and ends with a rally on Boston Common.
MassDOT adds that Park Street and Boylston stations might have to be briefly closed during the rally it they get too crowded - and that bus routes that cross Tremont Street could experience significant delays during the march from Roxbury to the Common.
Transit Police report arresting Sheila Lynch, 29, of Dorchester, on a charge of assault with a dangerous weapon after she allegedly threatened to carve up a clerk at the Peter Pan counter at the South Station bus terminal in a dispute over a ticket refund around 5:40 p.m. yesterday.