NESN reports the victory boats will head down Boylston before splashing into the Charles.
BONUS: The MBTA reports that because of the parade, the Red Line will operate normally, with trains and everything, this weekend. The T had originally planned to bus riders over the Longfellow for track work.
The specific route.
Start on Boylston Street at Ipswich Street;
Left on Tremont;
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Two trolleys are groaning and just refusing to get up, one at Newton Highlands and one in the tunnel between Hynes and Copley.
UPDATE: A train on the Greenbush Line got to East Weymouth and decided that's as far as it was going to go this morning. A trolley couldn't even get itself out of Mattapan Square.
Boston Police report officers investigating a break-in at a Back Bay convenience store early Sunday morning "noticed a chair, tucked in the corner behind the register, slightly move."
So they moved the chair, inside the Quality Mart, 21 Mass. Ave., some more and found Michael Galloway, 42, of Milton, behind it - along with "a pair of gloves, a black and yellow handled screw... Read more
The deceased train is at Harvard; platforms at other stations are filling rapidly.
Green Line trolleys, meanwhile, died at Coolidge Corner and near Copley Square.
Scott Eisen was on hand today as Bobby the Pig made the rounds of the Public Garden and ran into a guy dressed like his worst nightmare.
UPDATE: Service came back on shortly after 4 p.m.
Matt Robbins reports:
Verizon data conduit damaged last night at 800 Boylston. Major outage for downtown Boston
800 Boylston is the Prudential Center. One frustrated network administrator says the outage is going on 15+ hours:
Affecting hundreds of companies in Boston and Cambridge. Worst outage I've seen in 7 years of working in... Read more
An annoyed citizen files a complaint from Mass. Ave. near Berklee:
Could this lamppost have been installed in a less convenient place? Doubtful.
The city agrees, replying:
The boston transportation department is working with the berkeley school of music contractor to relocate this traffic signal which was not approved in the field by btd.
The Environmental League of Massachusetts Action Fund wants the two remaining candidates to pull a Walczak and do something to protect the city from rising seas.
Connolly yesterday called for a law-enforcement track at Madison Park High School that would include law-enforcement related classes and BPD internships - and the return of a post-high-school cadet program that was eliminated in 2010:
The law enforcement... Read more
Bonney watched the sun come up this morning from the Liberty Hotel.