One man was stabbed and another suffered lacerations to his hands in an incident around 11:10 a.m. on Mason Street near Avery. The more seriously injured man is expected to survive. Police are investigating whether they got stabbed when they tried to rob a man who happened to have a knife on him.
The Globe reports.
Guy was puttering around the water in front of Christopher Columbus Park today, and his dog spent most of the time in the bow.
Tim Lawrence watched the destruction of the Shopper's Park entrance to Downtown Crossing station this morning.
Shopper's Park was a small tree-lined area next to the headhouse, created by Filene's and then torn down when some New York developer demolished the main part of the Filene's building to create a giant hole.
Downtown Boston BID provides this photo from the top of the crane being used to build Millennium Tower in Downtown Crossing - now the highest point in the city.
Manu enjoyed the sunset from Thompson Island this evening.
Boston Police have released this photo of a man wanted for an attack on Aug. 20 in District A-1 - which covers downtown, the North End, Chinatown and Beacon Hill.
The Victim was pistol whipped and suspect stole a Rolex watch valued at approximately $10,000 USC. Suspect fled in a dark-colored sedan that was parked nearby with possible North Carolina plates or out of state plates.
Police did not have additional information this morning.
A federal judge ruled yesterday the BRA cannot lease the pavilion at the end of Long Wharf to a restaurant because its very own documents show the shelter was always intended to be part of a public park, not a structure available for a commercial lease.
The ruling by US District Court Judge Patti Saris, in what she called "the Long War for Long Wharf," is a victory for a group of North End residents who have been battling with the BRA over the pavilion for years. Read more.
WGBH reports some - or possibly all - of the glass panels in the new glass-centric station entrance are defective and will have to be replaced.
Members of the 80,000-strong Ukrainian community in the Boston area gathered at the lower level of City Hall today to celebrate Ukraine's independence from a much larger country that pretty much surrounds it, a country whose successor state was mentioned a couple of times in speeches, but not by name and not in happy tones.
Ukrainians - and City Councilor Michael Flaherty - waved the country's blue-and-yellow flags and listened to Ukrainian singers: Read more.
You might think City Hall Plaza is a public space where the public has the right to enjoy the First Amendment, but you might think wrong, at least according to Boston Municipal Protective Services, which says it doesn't apply when a group, in this case Boston GreenFest, rents out the plaza for an event. Read more.
UPDATE: 6:30 p.m. Trains running again. UPDATE: 6:02 p.m. Fire declared out, firefighters packing up.
An insulated cable that erupted into flames shortly after 5 p.m. south of South Station shut Red Line service in both directions between JFK/UMass and Park Street and forced the driver of one outbound train to reverse direction and head back to South Station. Read more.