UPDATE: Statement by Transit Police.
Jamie Davenport reports on an incident Thursday night on a Red Line train ordered held at South Station until the police could clear a group of rowdy black teens off her car. She watched silently - until a cop ordered a black kid who wasn't part of the group off the train as well: Read more.
Crag Caplan spotted this sign on Bromfield Street.
The T is advising "moderate" delays from on the Green Line to points west due to a train that isn't budging at Park Street.
In the arm, around 3:45 p.m. near the Park Street T station.
617 Images shows us Rowes Wharf tonight.
UPDATE, 10:28 p.m. Roads, T stop being re-opened.
Police surrounded the New England Center and Home for Veterans on Court Street and shut down surrounding streets, the State Street T stop and part of City Hall Plaza as they investigated a possible threat made by one person around 9:45 p.m. The person was quickly taken into custody, but the bomb squad was requested to check out his back pack.
Steven McVerry reports:
Major cop/SWAT action downtown near gov. center. Guns out, yelling at pedestrians to turn around and go several blocks.
The owners of Milk Street Cafe are suing former America's Test Kitchen frontman Christopher Kimball over his plans to open a Milk Street Kitchen just down Milk Street. Read more.
Firefighters are at Summer and High streets for a manhole that belched fire and smoke.
David Finnerty watched the people who watched "An Affair to Remember," rain be damned, at the Boston Harbor Hotel on Rowes Wharf tonight.
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