The Bulletin reports it got so bad one evening, Williams Avenue residents dialed 911, because they couldn't get anybody at City Hall.
Fans of the decaying industrial look need to get themselves down to River Street on the Hyde Park/Mattapan line pronto, before what's left of the old Bay State Paper plant is completely carted away as a developer turns the property into a mall (granted, a mall that sounds pretty cool). Already, about half the property consists of large mounds of dirt and gravel rather than hulking machinery and mysterious objects and buildings that look like they could cave in at any moment.
Like the valve says, the mill is closed:
For the second day in a row, the Globe seems to have forgotten that Hyde Park has been part of the city of Boston since it was annexed in 1912. Yesterday, it was a reference to a large parcel of land that supposedly borders Boston, Hyde Park and Canton. Today, it's a reference in an Adrian Walker column to a parcel of land in Dorchester:
The site lies next to an MBTA commuter rail station that connects Uphams Corner to Hyde Park and the city.
A Globe story about Dedham's issues with porn zoning and the Amazing bookstore includes this:
The Rhode Island-based business won the right to retain its longtime location at Route 1 and Eastern Avenue after proving that Dedham's 18-year-old adult zone on the Boston, Hyde Park, and Canton border was created specifically so no one would locate there. That site, a sprawling former Stop & Shop shipping facility, has no access to Dedham.
So: Hyde Park is separate from Boston? Also, the property does have access to Dedham, just not direct access, via Readville. But that would be nitpicking and I would never do that.
Boston Police report they had to break up a sibling spat at 1531 River St. in Hyde Park last night, when a dispute between two brothers over the score of the Patriots game led to fisticuffs:
On arrival, officers observed the suspect being restrained by several family members to keep him from attacking his brother.
The restrained brother was then treated to a trip down to E-18 for booking on assault and battery charges.
No, we didn't go up to New Hampshire today. We took a walk along the path that meanders through Stony Brook Reservation on the Hyde Park/West Roxbury line, ending up at the dock across Turtle Pond from the one you normally see on Enneking Parkway. For a few seconds, we had some company:
The Globe reports on possible changes at the Hyde Park eatery as its clientele gets old and dies.
Paul Nemes, 58, will be arraigned in West Roxbury District Court this morning on a charge of assault and battery resulting in serious injury for an incident at the Polish American Club on River Street in Hyde Park, according to the Suffolk County DA's office.
Boston Police report Nemes got into a fight with a 62-year-old guy inside the club around 7:45 p.m. yesterday. When EMTs arrived, they found the man in the parking lot, apparently suffering from a serious heart attack, but also with "visible scrapes and abrasions to his face, and scrapes and abrasions to his hands and knees." He was taken to Brigham and Women's; listed in critical condition.
The Globe reports Nemes, a Norwood resident, is a Boston firefighter.
On Sunday, another Boston firefighter was allegedly drunk when he plowed into a car driven by another alleged drunk.
Boston Police report somebody is going around Hyde Park and Roslindale at night stealing the tires off Hondas and Acuras:
If you see anyone looking as though they are changing a tire during the night time period, you are urged to call 911 and have Boston Police Officers respond and check out the suspicious activity.
Lawrence Jemmott, 21, of Dorchester, was arrested yesterday, Boston Police report.
Frederick H. Griffin, 18, of Needham and Christopher K. Carrigg, 19, of Roslindale are charged with breaking into or vandalizing eight cars on Austin Street early this morning, Boston Police report.
Caiheem C. Kindell, 18, was arrested on charges of unlawful possession of a firearm, unlawful possession of ammunition, and four counts of assault and battery by means of a dangerous weapon.
Boston Police have posted photos of two guys who may have something to do with the gun attack on four other guys at the Hyde Park Avenue Tedeschi's around 2 a.m. on July 5th.
Penha's cousin, Kenny Francois, 18, also of Hyde Park, was arrested last week.
Police charge that after getting shot by a guy on a bicycle on Tremont Street, Penha, instead of seeking medical attention, went after the guy, with Francois in the passenger seat. Police say the two found the bicycling thug on Sewall Street and opened fire, starting a gunfight in which a stray bullet hit the boy. Police said today the boy remains in Boston Medical Center, in stable condition. The bike thug remains at large. After the shootout, police say, Penha did seek medical attention.
Ed. puzzled note: What's up with Hyde Park? Couple these two arrests with the teen murdered on July Fourth, the four guys shot at a Tedeschi, the River Street Mini-Mart holdup and the gun-shooting Fairmount Hill low-riders and all of a sudden you could start to think it's a violent neighborhood.
For those keeping track: So far Boston is up to seven shootings this holiday weekend, two of them fatal (a third man was murdered with a bag containing something hard).
Police say the four were approached by three or four young men, who opened fire. The four got into their car and fled to 142 West St., where they called police:
Victim #1 had been shot through the left hand, victim #2 had been shot on the left side of the stomach, victim #3 had been shot on the left thigh, and victim #4 had been shot on the inner left thigh.
All were taken to local hospitals; all expected to survive