Penny Cherubino gets a great shot of the scene on one Beacon Hill street yesterday during the ritual towing of the cars before street sweeping.
Karen Cord Taylor considers opposition to a plan by Mass. Eye and Ear to replace its Charles Circle parking lot with a four-story office building:
The Supreme Judicial Court ruled today a member of the royal House of Saud violated parole after serving time for drunkenly running a man down on Charles Street because he failed to supply a DNA sample before he was booted out of the country.
The ruling means Bader al Saud could be thrown in jail if he ever steps foot on American soil.
Boston Police report a possible break in ending a spate of bicycle thefts on Beacon Hill and the Common over the past month: The arrest of Matthew Berry, 30, of Somerville.
Police say one of the theft victims was scanning Craigslist when he saw a bicycle that looked like his. After he contacted police, a detective contacted the seller and arranged to meet him to look the bike over, which he did and then arrested Berry, police say.
The Globe reports on yesterday's dramatic Red Line rescue and says the T is reacting to "poor decision making" that led to deadly holes being covered with
Bounty towels plywood by ordering all such sheets replaced with steel.
UPDATE, 7 a.m.: They got him out and he's alive.
Firefighters are at the Charles/MGH T stop this morning, attempting to extricate an MBTA power-department worker who fell 35 feet in a 2x2 concrete shaft around 4:30 a.m.
Buses are substituting for Red Line service between Kendall and Broadway.
Earl of Sandwich has won a city lease to turn the one-time Pink Palace men's room into a take-out stand, according to City Councilor Mike Ross. The Pink Palace is the boarded-up, partially roofless octagonal structure in the middle of the Common.
The hot-sandwich chain already has an outlet at Logan Airport's Terminal E.
Ben Becker photographed the Make Way for Ducklings statues in their Mardi Gras finest.
Filed on Citizen Connect today:
Why is it that the Park Rangers do not have to pick up their horses waste? It's a heck of alot worse than any dog, especially at the exit of the parking garage on the common. They should have to clean up after the horse.
And books and chairs, the Globe reports.
Paul Keleher took photos at the rally for Wisconsin public unions at the State House today.
Press Pass Tv is a nonprofit organization that engages youth in advocacy journalism to tell the stories of communities working for change. Jean Grae performed at the 3rd Eye open 11th Hip Hop Festival. Press PassTv was able to catch Jean before her performance. She discussed her record sales and her old school flavor. Jean described how she maintained her own identity and how we all have a responsibilty to ourselves to follow our bliss.
Boston Police report arresting two men for a knifepoint robbery last night and say they expect to charge the pair for "numerous other robberies" on and near the Common.
Tommy Gedeus, 20, and Christian Ruiz, 18, were arrested and charged with armed robbery and resisting arrest shortly after 7 p.m. after two officers noticed them being chased by a third man. The two disregarded police orders to stop and instead tried fleeing into the Park Street T stop, where they were collared at the fare gates, police say.
Katy looked out her window this morning at Charles River Park to spot an addition to a snow bank.
Courtney Sacco photographed Rene Fielding of the Mayor's Office of Emergency Management helping to clear hydrants in Charlestown today. Troublewithtribbles photographed a road by Mass. General that is still so clogged with snow cars and trucks were parking in the travel lane.
Photos copyright Courtney Sacco and Troublewithtribbles respectively. Posted in the Universal Hub pool on Flickr.