Around 2:40 p.m. outside 69 Nightingale St., near Wales. Police are looking for a black man with short hair and a puffy coat, who drove away.
Dot. Ave. is shut between Sudan and Crescent because of a crash sometime before 11:30 a.m. The Herald reports the pedestrian, a man in his 60s, died.
Forest Hills became the end of the line in more ways than one for one Orange Line train. Also, a Mattapan trolley exhaled its last at Ashmont. The T reports both lines are now moving again.
Our own Suldog makes the case for preserving the historic trolleys that run between Ashmont and Mattapan Square.
Melissa Benedict, 35, of Dorchester, was arraigned today on charges of motor vehicle homicide and leaving the scene of an accident causing personal injury or death for an incident around 8 a.m. yesterday on Washington Street near Harvard Street that left a man lying in the street, dead, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports. Read more.
Peter Howe at NECN reports the T is getting tired of the expense of maintaining heirloom trolleys from the 1940s when it has billions of dollars worth of unmet needs and so replacing the trolleys with electric buses is "on the table."
A Dorchester Municipal Court judge set bail today for career criminal Grant Headley at $1.5 million - $1 million for attempted murder and gun charges for allegedly shooting Officer Kurt Stokinger Friday morning and $500,000 for distribution of cocaine for a Jan. 5 arrest, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports.
The DA's office provided this account: Read more.
Grant Headley, 27, is scheduled to be arraigned Monday on charges he shot Stokinger after Stokinger and other officers pulled him over on Mt. Bowdoin Terrace.
The Boston Licensing Board this week granted an alcohol license to the upcoming Homestead Bakery and Cafe in the Linane Building at 1448 Dorchester Ave.
Homestead will run as a bakery in the morning and early afternoon, then turn into a restaurant space featuring "pop-up" menus by chefs specializing in different ethnic cuisines and a series of poetry readings, art exhibits and stand-up comedy.
Around 9:30 p.m. inside 12 York St.
A suspected drug dealer ordered to pull over in his car got out with a gun and began firing around 10:25 a.m., hitting a plainclothes officer in the leg outside 33 Mt. Bowdoin Terrace, Police Commissioner William Evans said. Read more.
A Savin Hill man reports his dog pinned a housebreak suspect on the hood of a downstairs neighbor's car this morning - although he didn't know the kid had ransacked the neighbor's place until after he managed to run away and the police arrived and searched the place, with guns drawn.
In e-mail, Jason Vitale reports what happend after he and his dog, Roxie - a 35-lb. huskie/German shepherd mix - started out for a walk from their Aukland Street three decker around 7:50 a.m. Almost immediately, he writes, Roxie sensed something wrong: Read more.
Police are looking for whoever fired shots - at least four - at Washington and Kenwood streets around 11:10 a.m. A motorist driving down Kenwood at the time discovered a fresh bullet hole in the vehicle. The Red Line was briefly shut at Shawmut to let police search for a possible suspect who might have made his way there.
And it is, of course, an inbound train.