Address: 126 E Howard St Quincy, Massachusetts (Don't know if this is close enough to Boston for you guys...)
Building's clearly abandoned and mostly boarded up, but the main entrance (amazingly) hasn't had all of its glass broken in yet. The way the upper floors look, seems like it was abandoned a long time ago, but from the first few floors it looks like a fresh closure.
I swear, why would nobody want to use it as the base of their new criminal empire? Looks defendable enough.
A Boston Municipal Court judge set bail at $500,000 - double what prosecutors had asked for - for Brad Clarke, 41, of Pelham, NH, related to his arrest Saturday at a Boston Medical Center helipad, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports.
Judge Michael Coyne also ordered Clarke sent to Bridgewater for a mental-health evaluation, the DA's office reports.
For the next week, Daniel Chester Frenchâ€™s iconic work will be animated by the faces, voices, and gestures of Harvard students as part of â€śJohn Harvard Projection,â€ť a video installation created by artist and Harvard Graduate School of Design (GSD) Professor Krzysztof Wodiczko.
Seems the new state tourism czar doesn't like our current tourism slogan, which is, um, er, whatever it is, so he's casting about for a new one. Mix 104.1 aims to help out. What's your idea for a state motto? And while he's at it, shouldn't he do something about the slogan on our license plates, too?
Kelly led away after tunnel caper. Photo by Mass. State Police.
State Police report arresting a Somerville man for trespassing last night - after first rescuing him from the storm drain next to a ramp to the Ted Williams Tunnel.
While checking the area, Trooper Eric Chin observed a hand waiving from an upper vent on the tunnel wall. Lieutenant David Wilson and Trooper Chin located the man in a vent shaft, approximately 15 feet up, sitting on a pipe attached to the wall.