However, he reports that, unlike with the boat, the Boston Fire Department was able to help the driver do the sort of driving that got him out of there....Read more
We started seeing reports of pleasant rides on the T today. Except from commuter-rail riders, who continue to find themselves jammed into stations waiting for trains that never come, or leave, or, who knows, even exist at all. Claire Blechman was among those trying to get into North Station this evening.
Down the Greenway, Heather Parker went up for a view of the...Read more
UPDATE :Firefighters extinguished the fire and left the tracks about 10:45 p.m
Around 10:35 p.m. Firefighters asked the T to cut power on the outbound side so they could douse a small trash fire about 100 feet past the platform; the T cut power in both directions.Read more
Suya Joint, which had a beer and wine license when it was on Poplar Street in Roslindale, wants to sell that license to a downtown pizza place rather than use it at its new location at 185 Dudley St.
A new law that expanded the number of liquor licenses in Boston with the goal of bringing more restaurants to neighborhoods just like Dudley Square has...Read more
Around 10:30 a.m., a man with a cane walked into the Citizens Bank branch at 6 Ave. de Lafayette, gave a teller a note demanding money and got some. Police suspect the cane was a prop because he ran out of the bank. He's white, about 5'10" and wearing a blue jacket that says "US Polo Association" on the back.Read more
Ryan Hamilton Walsh's trip to the airport this morning went more slowly than he expected due to delays caused when a truck overturned in the slush on I-93 at the entrance to the tunnel just past the Zakim.
Walsh reports the driver clambered out OK - as you can see above. The truck, however, was not going to be going anywhere anytime soon.
A Green Line trolley at Park Street around 7:15 p.m. after a day of plowing snow on the tracks.Read more
Around 4 p.m., the Boston Fire Department reports.
Transit Police report the "trespasser" was a man in his 30s.
The T has replaced Red Line service with shuttle buses.
Kelli Autumn videoed first responders on the platform:
â€” Kelli Autumn (@Kelli_Autumn)...Read more
Around 6:45 p.m., a man was stabbed several times in the entrance near the Tedeschi on State Street, then staggered into the Black Rose across the street.
Boston and Transit Police are looking for a white male, 5'3" and heavyset, with facial hair, wearing a blue jacket and gray pants.Read more
Snow piled higher than we can see? Giant icicles raining down on us? Temperatures plunging to negative numbers and another Nor'easter about to explode above us? Hah! This is Boston and we laugh in the face of that kind of alleged adversity and then we go out and get our iced coffees, dammit! And make 'em large!
We needed this. After days of life in Ice Station Zebra, we've all gotten cranky and surly.
So what better thing to lift our moods, if even for a moment, than something so out of the ordinary, so completely ludicrous as a yacht stuck on a snowbank in the middle of downtown Boston?
No doubt the trucker hauling the Maggie Mae out of Jamestown, RI...Read more
A passerby who heard the screams of boys playing behind the Intercontinental Hotel rushed down a dock to rescue their playmate, who had fallen into the frigid waters of Fort Point Channel this afternoon.
Tez Garcia, who was nearby taking pictures of the frozen harbor at the time, forwarded photos of the dramatic rescue, which happened around 3:30 p.m.
The kids, who had been playing...Read more