John Gage urges people to avoid Storrow near Leverett or to just abandon all hope.
People keep calling in and posting complaints to 311 about space savers. A concerned citizen files a report on Church Street in Dorchester:
The city has removed space savers on this street and these residents just keep putting more out.
The city of Boston displays some of the cones, trash cans and other space-saver detritus now piling up at a public-works yard as city crews continue to collect space savers that weren't supposed to be put out.
Presumably, the growing pile will melt by mid-July, no doubt aided by whatever's behind that radiation sticker on the dumpster.
Despite what the city was telling at least one Brighton resident, people didn't have 48 hours for saving a space they'd marked. Jenna spotted this DPW truck on O Street in South Boston this afternoon with the bed full of cones and other items people had used as space savers.
Gordon Bedford wonders if the city will use all the cones for a Burning Man-like structure and set it ablaze.
S. Starr witnessed this space-saving toilet placed on Trenton Street before the snow really started this morning.
A rollover around 1:15 p.m. on VFW Parkway in West Roxbury near the Dedham line killed the driver and injured his two of his four passengers. Read more.
That's what happened around 8:20 a.m. at the Loftel hotel construction site at Porter and Orleans streets in East Boston and now the surrounding roads are blocked off as crews try to fix the damage.
UPDATE: Bail set at $5,000 (DA asked for $7,500).
WBZ reports a woman was dragged by the SUV that hit her on Kneeland Street around 1:40 a.m. to Columbia Road in Uphams Corner. A man was also hit, but not dragged.
Xiao Ying Zhou, 44, a massage therapist from Sandwich, will be arraigned in Boston Municipal Court today on two counts of leaving the scene of a collision causing personal injury, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office report. The female victim, 48, remains alive, the DA's office says.
Cambridge Street near Harvard Square was closed for a bit this evening on account of this flipped car, Prairie Rose Clayton reports.
If you don't use Facebook, or haven't been on it in a couple of weeks, then you have no idea what the city of Boston today is riffing on. And you're probably better off for that. And enough with the space savers.
Posted early this morning on the East Boston Open Discussion on Facebook (you have to be logged into Facebook to see it and its comments):
TO THE PERSON THAT SLASHED MY TIRE YOU LEFT YOUR FINGERPRINTS ALL OVER THE TRASHCAN YOU LEFT TO SAVE YOUR SPOT AND I HAVE YOUR TRASH CAN IF YOU WANT IT BACK COME GET IT THE POLICE WILL BE KNOCKING AT YOUR DOOR TODAY IT IS A COMPANY TRUCK AND I AM NOT WORRIED THE TIRE CAN BE REPLACED
Tim shows us one of the cars in a two-car crash on Leverett connector northbound around 8:30 a.m.
Man, remember the days when we waited for the snow to get at least two feet high before getting this angry? A disgusted citizen on Prescott Street in East Boston complains:
This is the note we found on our window this morning. Please address that space-savers are not allowed after not shoveling and only getting 4 inches of snow.
Matt Durand woke up to this lame-ass excuse of a space saver in Brighton.