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By - 8/28/13 - 10:31 am

UPDATE: Herald says it's changed the time of its forum to "accommodate a scheduling conflict by some candidates," which is certainly an artful way to put it.

Marty Walsh, John Barros and Bill Walczak say that on the evening of Sept. 9, they'll be honoring their commitments and appearing at a mayoral forum sponsored by MassCreative, which was announced weeks ago,... Read more

By - 8/20/13 - 3:04 pm

Gerald Desouza, 42, was charged with aggravated rape of a child after investigators found video files on his home computer and cameras showing him raping a 15-year-old girl, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports.

Desouza was also charged with dissemination of material harmful to minors, posing or exhibiting a child in a state of nudity, photographing or recording an unsuspecting person in a state... Read more

By - 8/3/13 - 8:27 pm

UPDATE, Sunday: He was found safe.

LivingstonBoston Police have mounted an extensive search for Derrick Livingston, who has Alzheimer's and who was last seen around 9:30 a.m. at 151 Glenwood Ave. in Hyde Park.

Livingston, 74, wears a white tracking bracelet. Earlier today, police - and a State Police helicopter -... Read more

By - 8/1/13 - 3:28 pm

The year's second pool of infested mosquitoes was found earlier this week in Hyde Park, joining an equally WNV-laden pool in Jamaica Plain, the Boston Public Health Commission says.

West Nile Virus is generally considered a mild problem, causing flu-like symptoms, at least among people with healthy immune systems, but the commission says now would be a good time to slather up with DEET for... Read more

By - 7/25/13 - 11:49 pm

Walczak at the beach.

Bill Walczak traveled to Malibu Beach today to push an agenda for dealing with climate change by both preparing the city for a rising sea - increased protection of buffering marshes and other steps to protect local buildings and infrastructure -... Read more

By - 7/24/13 - 6:36 pm

Surveillance photo provided by BPD, which blurred Lord's face.Surveillance photo provided by BPD, which blurred Lord's face.

Officials today released some details of what they said was one of Amy Lord's final hours before her murder yesterday in Hyde Park.... Read more

By - 7/24/13 - 10:35 am

The Suffolk County District Attorney's office updates us on the man whose body was found by the Neponset River in Hyde Park and the woman whose body was found on Carson Beach last week:

Autopsies showed no signs of violence to either body. Tox screens pending for both but foul play not suspected in either case.

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By - 7/23/13 - 6:40 pm

UPDATE: Police say Amy Lord was murdered in the forest.

UPDATE: Victim identified; murder might be related to another South Boston stabbing.

Boston Police are investigating the murder of a woman whose body was found around 4 p.m. in Stony Brook Reservation off Enneking Parkway in Hyde Park.

The female appeared to be the victim of an assault.

The Suffolk County... Read more

By - 7/23/13 - 9:24 am

The Suffolk County Mosquito Control Project will have trucks going around parts of Hyde Park between dusk and 11:30 p.m. spraying for mosquitoes, the Boston Public Health Commission says.

The specific areas: Streets surrounding Wolcott Square and Meadow Road in Readville, streets beetween Truman Parkway and the Milton line, and the area near the golf course: Gordon Avenue, Austin Street and DeForest Street. If it... Read more

By - 7/20/13 - 8:55 am

Mike Ball, who lives on Fairmount Hill why he's loving the newly expanded service on the Fairmount Line into South Station. Now if only they could add Saturday and Sunday service, he sighs.

By - 7/17/13 - 10:14 pm

As of 10 p.m., parts of Roslindale, Hyde Park, Roxbury and Dorchester were without power.

Parts of the western side of South Boston went dark when a manhole on West 1 St. between B and C went kablooie. NStar was unable to provide an estimate for when workers could get down there for a look.

Firefighters responded to 320 W. 2 St., where... Read more

By - 7/11/13 - 7:59 pm

Boston Police are looking for a skinny kid who pulled a gun out of a backpack and robbed Asian Thai Eatery, 1068 River St., around 7:45 p.m.

The suspect is described as black, very thin, 17 or 18, about 5'9" and wearing a black baseball cap, a black shirt and light blue jeans. After grabbing cash, he ran down River towards Arlington Street. Both... Read more

By - 7/9/13 - 2:24 pm

State Police are trying to figure out whose badly decomposed body was found yesterday near the Fairmount Line and the Neponset River by Dana Avenue in Hyde Park, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports:

Given the condition of the remains, identification is expected to take some time, as is the Medical Examiner's determination as to cause and manner of death. The location of

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By - 7/8/13 - 11:33 pm

Around 6:30 p.m. near the Fairmount Line at Dana Avenue, AlertNewEngland reports.

By - 7/6/13 - 7:14 pm
Geese observing traffic sign in Hyde Park

On River Street outbound from Cleary Square, just before Turtle Pond Parkway, there's this Goose Crossing sign. This afternoon, what seemed like endless squadrons of geese took full advantage of the sign, crossing from the Neponset River to their ancestral grazing grounds on the large field across the street.

A group approached the road, waited until it was clear in both directions and then waddled... Read more

By - 6/24/13 - 5:03 pm

A West Roxbury District Court judge set bail at $50,000 today for a 16-year-old who allegedly got into a fight with school police at the former Hyde Park High School on Friday when he refused to give up the gun they say he was trying to sneak past them, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports.

The teen, whose brother attends New Mission High... Read more

By - 6/24/13 - 4:25 pm

In addition to the 12 extra trains a day set to start July 1, riders at the end of the line will see one-way fares drop from $6 to $2, WBUR reports. July 1 will also see the opening of new stations at Four Corners/Geneva Avenue and Newmarket on the only commuter-rail line that never leaves Boston.

In recent years, the T has... Read more

By - 6/22/13 - 6:38 pm

The MBTA has released a new schedule for the Fairmount Line, effective July 1st. The schedule reveals the opening of Newmarket Station and Four Corners Station. In addition, the schedule features 12 additional trains, bringing the total to 22 inbounds and 21 outbounds each weekday.

h/t The EGE... Read more

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