Eversource reports the power went out at 7:01 a.m. and that it hopes to have it back on by 10 a.m. The company says 6,035 customers are affected.
Stanley Staco reports a man was shot overnight at Trull and Ware streets. He is expected to survive.
Shortly before 11 p.m. at 274 Adams St.
Around 11:20 p.m., at Topliff and Stonehurst streets One victim was found on Stonehurst between Topliff and Norton. The second was found on Norton Street, near Speedwell.
A car was also hit.
Around 1:10 a.m. on Payson Avenue, near Glendale Street. Two shell casings recovered.
Shortly before 10 p.m. at 156 Fuller St., Mass Incident Paging reports. A car was also hit.
Around 10:40 p.m. on Thetford Avenue at Evans Street. Because of the severity of the victim's injuries, the homicide unit was summoned, just in case.
The Boston Fire Department reports a fire called in around 11 a.m. did $75,000 damage to 45-47 Sudan St. and another $25,000 in damage to a neighboring three decker.
The department reports no injuries. The cause and origin remain under investigation.
The Dorchester Reporter has the scoop on car dealer Herb Chambers's new plans for the old Channel 56 lot on Morrissey Boulevard next to where we will eventually say the Globe used to be.
The T is reporting "moderate" delays on the Red Line's Ashmont branch due to signal problems at Ashmont.
The South End Forum reports the company that wanted to keep its check-cashing place at Mass. Ave. and Tremont Street open 24 hours has told the mayor's office, nah, just kidding, they'll keep closing at midnight. But the group adds:
They will however pursue a proposal for a 24/7 operation at their Edward Everett Square location at Boston Street in Dorchester.
Two Globe reporters spend time with the addicts on the stretch of Mass. Ave. now known as Methadone Mile.
It's an interesting, sad read, worth the time - and maybe an e-mail to the mayor's office asking whatever happened to Long Island.
Perhaps there'll be a part 2 in which they talk to the people who live in that area (yes, there are apartments there) on how their lives have been changed by the influx.
Dan Kennedy reports, adds the Globe isn't saying who - or what they'll do with the 16.4-acre parcel. Bill Forry, of what could soon be the only newspaper based in Dorchester, adds that whatever gets proposed will likely need both city and state approval - the latter because of potential contamination on the site and because it sits right next to a marsh.
A utility pole fell around 7:20 p.m. at Erie and Washington streets in Dorchester, bringing down phone and electrical wires and trapping a man in the car for 45 minutes until Eversource turned off the power and firefighters were able to get him out and hand him over to EMS to be checked out (photo of the pole and car). Read more.