In a front-page message to readers this week, Boston Courant owners David Jacobs and Gen Tracy say they lost a wrongful-termination lawsuit by a former employee and that: Read more.
Mark Pijanowski marveled at the sunset around 4:56 p.m. today.
For the past few days, workers have been doing something with a large pipe under Charles Street and into the Public Garden. Manish Sinha gives us a view of the work in the snow today.
JB Parrett walked along the Esplanade as the sun went down this evening.
Penny Cherubino reports both snowdrops and daffodils were coming up in a front yard on Commonwealth Avenue in the Back Bay today.
A Weymouth man who worked in the IT department at John Hancock Financial Services was arraigned today on charges he used his access to a storage room to steal more than $100,000 worth of laptops over several months, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports. Read more.
Old South Church reports a man was found dead on a step on the Dartmouth Street side of the church this morning:
Rev. John Edgerton remained with the body to keep vigil as the ambulance was called, throughout the time the police and medical examiner were present, and until the body was removed.
We learned that his name was Michael and that he was 57 years of age.
Old South Church is working with Ecclesia Ministries - common cathedral on an outdoor memorial service at the site.
Zik is among the many outraged to see graffiti scrawled all along the Dartmouth Street side of the Copley Square library this morning.
Adam Castiglioni reports Newbury Street was shut to traffic between Hereford and Mass. Ave. at noontime, apparently to let crews clean up whatever this truck dumped or leaked on the road.
Nick Cosky reports:
I froze just watching this guy on the Charles last night. Anyone know him?
Nick Cosky went for a walk on the Esplanade last night.
Nick Cosky walked around the lagoon in the Public Garden this evening.