Boston Police tweet the 17-year-old's injuries are not considered life threatening.
Boston Police report Nichol Nazario, 16, hasn't been seen since 7 a.m. on May 19, when her mother dropped her off at the Forest Hills T stop for the trip to the O'Bryant School.
Rob Consalvo, who represents Hyde Park, will seek a change in state law that would let the city go after pit-bull owners who ignore the city's law requiring pit bulls to be muzzled outside.
In Jamaica Plain, livery drivers are parking in resident-only spots. In Hyde Park, cab drivers are running their businesses out of their homes. And in Allston/Brighton, cabbies are leaving their personal cars in parking lots, running their businesses 24/7 in residential areas.
City Councilors John Tobin (Jamaica Plain), Rob Consalvo (Hyde Park) and Mark Ciommo (Allston/Brighton) said the city needs to come up with regulations to keep residential areas from being overrun by businesses.
I went down to the Tedeschi's on the corner of Truman Parkway and Fairmount Avenue to get the Sunday paper and coffee. They have been kind enough for the last several years to ask the Globe driver for a paper with a South Section insert and set it aside for me so I can get the Milton news. This morning there was a whole crew of new faces who looked blankly at me when I asked for my paper, so I asked where Tariq (the manager) was. The new people said that he was no longer there and that the store was now owned and operated by the corporation.
On the way back from a Lank's run, we saw the Channel 7 news truck outside the Tedeschi's on Truman Highway. Probably something to do with Aquapocalypse, we thought. Checked the WHDH web site to find that the breaking news was the scandal of the employees there putting together bottles of water into improvised cases - at the demand of customers - and selling them at half the price they would have charged for the same number of individual bottles. OMG! Where is Hank Phillipi Ryan when you need her?
There's no sadder sight for a Dunk's coffee drinker: Empty pots. Seen at the Dunkin' Donuts on Hyde Park Avenue in Hyde Park this afternoon.
Score! The kidlet finds a six-pack of Aquafina hidden behind a basket in the depleted water aisle at the Hyde Park Shaw's around 6:30 p.m. It was so bad people were resorting to seltzer. But nobody seemed to be going for the "nursery water" over in the baby-food aisle.
You don't tend to think of a McDonald's just disappearing, but that's what happened to the one on Hyde Park Avenue. Don't worry, though - it's being replaced by an all new McDonald's (whose franchisee also owns the Harvard Avenue McDonald's).
And while it's normally hard to feel nostalgic about some twisted plastic tubing, darnit, those tubes are the first play-place tubes the kidlet ever climbed in.
A Readville convenience store that had its liquor license suspended last year for selling to minors is in trouble again after a Curry College police officer picking up some sandwiches noticed a Curry sticker on the SUV of a young guy loading up on cheap beer.
Blue Mass. Group posts comments from the Hyde Park Democrat on how Beacon Hill is broken:
Looks like Steve Murphy's got the Hyde Park bar-crowd vote sewn up. If nothing else, Murphy, a Boston city councilor unable to ever get elected to anything else, should do well in his base in Boston's southern tier.
The envelopes, sent to six Boston police stations, turned out to contain ground brown tea from tea bags, but it took the evacuation of a floor at District D-4 on Harrison Avenue and the arrival of the police bomb squad and the fire hazmat team to determine that, police say.
The Boston Fire Department reports an unattended hot plate on a kitchen counter sparked a two-alarm fire at 1904 River St. around 1 p.m. yesterday that caused an estimated $350,000 in damage and forced four adults and four children to find new accommodations.
Mike Ball refused to take no for an answer when the Cranky Librarian refused to let him into the library's new Hyde Park history room:
... The librarian was firm that the room was closed, inaccessible, off limits. That made no sense and I stood my ground. Eyelash to eyelash, she blinked first. After repeating that it was closed, locked and inaccessible, she finally said that the head librarian might grant me access. ...