Among the people on a Red Line train that gave up the ghost between Broadway and South Station this morning: former state Transportation Secretary Jim Aloisi, who reports: Read more.
He was one of those people most of us never paid much attention to. But to the people who regularly walked Tremont Street in front of the Granary Burying Ground, George was a friend, always quick with a "good morning" or "good night."
Damaskin looked down on a Boston Common sidewalk this morning.
He was found at Summer and High streets, shortly before 10:50 p.m.
John Gage kept his eye to the sky shortly before 6 p.m. today.
Urban Liberty ponders all the parking spaces the developer of the proposed mixed-use complex above South Station wants to put in.
The Globe reports city officials have selected Millennium Partners to replace the crumbling Winthrop Square garage with a 55-story tower.
The T is reporting "moderate" delays westbound due to a trolley now enjoying its eternal rest at Park Street. All trolleys not similarly indisposed will be leaving from the track along the wall.
Somewhere, a Red Line train paid its fare to the ferryman and now riders who just want to get home get to enjoy the company of their fellow commuters. At 6:17 p.m., Mark Peter Detwiler reported:
Issues on the redline southbound, been waiting at Park 25 minutes for a braintree train.
The Boston Business Journal reports the Milk Street Cafe is using a 3D printer to spritz out latte foam.