WFXT reports on the incident at Cedar Grove involving a man who didn't have any money but didn't want to get off the trolley.
Boston Police report arresting Mike Moffet, 34, of Weymouth, for allegedly grabbing a 75-year-old woman's purse outside Florian Hall Sunday afternoon.
Police say they nabbed Moffett yesterday on a charge of unarmed robbery.
Boston Police report two people, a woman believed to be in her 30s, and a male in his teens, were shot around 2:25 p.m. outside 152 Washington St., near Morse Street.
The woman was taken to a local hospital, where she was pronounced dead. The teen was treated for a less serious injury.
Shortly after noon, John Burger reported the line to vote at the West Roxbury library was around the corner and up near the Lyndon School.
A federal judge this week sentenced Jaquan Casanova to 28 years in federal prison for shooting a man on the orders of the leader of a multi-state prostitution ring convinced the man was ratting them out to the feds, the US Attorney's office in Boston reports. Read more.
Around 10:15 p.m. at Angel Market, 6 Glenway St., by several people in hoodies.
A couple days ago, the Globe reported how Keolis treats the Faimount Line like its spare-parts bin - pulling equipment off the line when other lines have problems. This morning, Samantha Sergeant reports:
now 754 Fairmount Readville is having engine issues after already 20mins late! WTF R WE PAYING U 4?!?!
The Krafts think the old Bayside Expo Center, now owned by UMass Boston, would make a great location for a Revolution stadium. And Shirley Leung, on the rebound from the Olympics, swoons.
Some may say I have never met a stadium I didn’t like. But I really like this one. What’s most exciting is the opportunity to build something different in a part of the city that could use an economic jolt. It’s not another strip mall, big-box retailer, or luxury condo tower — and that’s a good thing.
Bidding for the sprawling Olympics tore the city apart, but a Dorchester stadium could be the project that brings everyone together.
Around 10:30 p.m. in the side of Harambee Park closest to the Lee School.
Expect significant delays between 2 and 6 p.m. as Secret Service and law enforcement officers work to secure the area for the vice president's visit. A security check-point will be set up at around noon between the Kennedy Institute and the end of University Drive North to search all vehicles traveling toward the institute and the Campus Center.