Two inebriates being escorted out of Machine, 1254 Boylston St., swiped $10 from the bar, tried to punch bar workers and managed to send a bouncer to the hospital for treatment of a human bite, police and bar workers said today. Read more.
What appeared to be a friendly chat about hurling at the Black Rose, 160 State St., took a quick violent turn when one guy declared himself "the best hurler in America" and warned the other man "if you don't fucking shut up , I will bite your fucking nose off" - and then tried to do just that, police said at a Boston Licensing Board hearing this morning. Read more.
NBC Boston interviews the organizers of the Boston March for Our Lives rally on Boston Common on March 24 - Julian Lopez-Leyva, a student at Bunker Hill Community College and Kim Long, leader of the Massachusetts chapter of Moms Demand Action For Gun Sense In America.
Hours after a wrecking crew tore down a partially collapsed building in East Boston, the chimney of a building under renovation at 361 Beacon St. in the Back Bay collapsed and plunged to the first floor.
This is a view from the top floor to one of the floors below. @ISDBoston on scene investigating. The block of Beacon St. between Fairfield St. & Gloucester St. is closed to traffic by @bostonpolice until investigation is complete. Avoid area. pic.twitter.com/7IDh765rZW
Our ubiquitous simple circled T didn't spring from the depths of a tunnel fully formed like some Venus on a half shell. It turns out that Cambridge Seven Associates considered a number of potential logos for the MBTA, created in 1964 to take over from the old MTA.