Oh, looks like Millennium Partners was playing that fun developer game where they try to see how much they can get away with. The Globe reports they've agreed to take 70 feet off their proposed Winthrop Square tower because of FAA concerns about the building getting in the way of a Logan Airport flight path - something they and the city and probably half the known universe knew about months ago, but they still filed plans for a building that was taller than the FAA would like.
But in the meantime, downtown Boston will have to do. Tesla announced today it's planning a new generation of urban "superchargers" for its cars - starting with downtown Boston and Chicago:
Matthew Cody, 31, of Arlington received the sentence today following his conviction yesterday on two counts of assault with a dangerous weapon for a 2015 incident on West Street after he got off work at a downtown restaurant. Read more.
Yes, signal problems, this time at Park Street, are causing still more problems on the Red Line this morning.
The Globe reports the Red Line has 99 problems, and all of them are related to signals.
A South End man faces charges on both sides of the river for trying to carve up people during robberies over the weekend in both Downtown Crossing and Harvard Square. Read more.
WFXT reports on the picket line that started this morning on Tremont Street downtown.
The concert and unity rally, which starts at 7 p.m., will be free, but people are being asked to bring school supplies to be donated to kids in Houston, Mayor Walsh and state Sen. Linda Dorcena Forry announced.
A Tiverton, RI man faces a variety of charges after allegedly driving from the Old State House onto City Hall Plaza and then down the stairs towards Faneuil Hall last night, police say, adding he somehow managed to avoid hitting anybody on the steps. Read more.
Boston Harbor fireworks start at 8:15 p.m..
TrueNE_79 reports that Curtis is looking for his lost Beast. The pair are normally a well known sight downtown.
Boston Police said today they are dealing with at least one gang of young men who like to roam downtown when the bars let out, searching for people standing alone with phones they can grab. Read more.
A bouncer at the Harp on Causeway Street is on the lam following an incident last month in which he reacted to being urinated on by knocking out the guy who did it, police said today. Read more.