Just a flyover for the tall ships, not the beginnings of an invasion.
Matt Frank has a good seat to watch the Tall Ships in Boston Harbor today.
Cheyenne was among the many people who watched the fireworks over Boston Harbor tonight - and who wondered what the reason was. Joe Phalen reports they were set off from a barge off 50 Liberty in the Seaport. Spencer Buell reports he called Boston and State Police and the city (don't worry - he's a reporter; knows not to call 911) and that nobody had an answer.
UPDATE: BFD spokesman Steve MacDonald reports the privately financed show was put on by Atlas Pyro of Jaffrey, NH for an events-production company called Fresh Wata in Las Vegas, NV.
WGBH takes a look at the Confederate memorial on Georges Island; reports Gov. Baker would rather have the thing put somewhere else.
No identification of the body recovered this morning, let alone possible cause of death yet, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports. The body was first spotted by the crew of a commercial fishing vessel, who radioed the Coast Guard. State Environmental Police and the Boston Police harbor unit recovered the body.
The body, is believed to be that of an adult but was in a state of decomposition such that age, gender, and ethnicity are not immediately apparent.
NorthEndWaterfront.com reports the state Department of Environmental Protection has ruled a proposed 277-room hotel at Lewis Wharf can't be built over most of the pilings that extend past the pier, which would drastically limit the project's size.
A concerned citizen files a 311 report about a collapsing pier in East Boston across from the Navy Yard:
Wooden pier has deteriorated significantly over last 3 weeks and is emitting debris into the harbor at high tide. It needs removal to avoid further water contamination.
MassLive.com reports Boston Police Commissioner William Evans says young men need to be more careful when they drink in a city surrounded by water, not worry about a serial killer.
CommonWealth reviews the progress Boston has made to replace the bridge to the one-time substance-abuse and homeless programs on the island, finds there is none; the bridge is no longer even on a city list of upcoming capital projects.
Mayor Walsh vowed to replace the bridge after it was shut in October, 2014, after decades of neglect.
Crusty N Confused watched the fog roll in this morning.
Scott Cluett shows us Boston Harbor from up in the air over the South Shore this morning.
Alexander Williams, 26, will have to perform 200 hours of community service at a rehabilitation center as part of his sentence for his role in the way a passenger on his party boat lost her right arm in 2015, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports. Read more.