Police found a man with a gunshot wound on Creston Street around 11 p.m. on Sunday, although they found at least one shell casing around the corner at Normandy Street and Lawrence Avenue.
Boston firefighters responded at 4 a.m. to a vacant three decker at 8 Marie St., near Ronan Park, for what turned into a six-alarm fire that damaged four three-deckers on Marie and Fox streets and caused an estimated $2.5 million in damage. Read more.
The Boston Licensing Board today reinstated the food-serving license for Pho So 1, 223 Adams St. - and even let it stay open longer than before it was shut for letting patrons drink after its official closing time. Read more.
Fields Corner Main Street reports several hundred people showed up for the One Boston Day cleanup along Dorchester Avenue today, including this happy crew in Fields Corner.
The Boston Fire Department reports a fire that ripped through a six-unit duplex at 9 Clover St. near Neponset Circle displaced 16 and sent two firefighters to the hospital with heat exhaustion.
Firefighters responded at 3:50 p.m. for what turned into a five-alarm fire.
A copy of the memo to Globe staffers about the move to 53 State Street floats over Dan Kennedy's transom; staffers will start moving out of Dorchester in June. Shocker: They'll no longer be allowed to have their own min-fridges. Bonus: They will have access to a 12th-floor roof deck.
And said deceased train is causing "moderate" delays northbound, the T reports.
UPDATE: WBZ reports it might have been road rage.
Around 4:15 p.m. outside the McDonald's at Gallivan Boulevard and Granite Avenue, possibly in a drive-by. Boston Police report the man was taken to Boston Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead.
He is Boston's seventh murder victim this year, and Dorchester's fifth.
A Suffolk Superior Court jury yesterday convicted Timi Wallace, 44, of second-degree murder for the drug-related shooting death of his brother, Tasfa Wallace, on Levant Street on March 26, 2000, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports. Read more.
The Globe reports the move affects some summer and fall classes that some students need to graduate.
A federal judge this week ruled prosecutors can use a gun allegedly found on Wesner Theodore as evidence against him when he goes on trial on a charge of being a convicted criminal in illegal possession of a firearm and ammunition. Read more.