East Boston Savings Bank, 515 Centre St., around 3:50 p.m. The suspect is described as a black man in his early 20s, about 5'6" and wearing a gray hoodie.
Brendan Halpin reports these signs are all over Franklin Park this morning.
Lida Maxwell finds JP's homage to the umlaut.
It's "severe" delays on the Florida Sunshine line thanks to a dead train at Jackson Square.
The Jamaica Plain News reports on a developer's proposal for a five-story building at 3193 Washington St., across the street from where another developer won BRA approval for another six-story building.
Alex Jones urged drivers to abandon all hope after two cars engaged in a sheet-metal tango shortly before 5 p.m. where Washington, New Washington and South streets come together.
Jamaica Plain News reports on the opening of CityPOP Egleston in a building slated to be torn down in a year or so.
A roving UHub correspondent reports that after a nice walk in Allandale Woods on the West Roxbury/Jamaica Plain line today, he discovered he'd brought home what appear to be a couple of deer ticks.
So time to be careful again in your traipsing around area woods.
A developer is proposing to tear down some old buildings at Washington and Green streets, across from the E-13 police station and put up a 44-unit apartment building that would feature private terraces for some units and a rooftop deck. Read more.
The Jamaica Plain Gazette reports the city will be installing speed bumps in the Stonybrook area to get drivers to slow the hell down - and while they're slowing down, they can look at some of the street art the streets will also be getting.
Around 11:35 p.m. outside 127 School St. One victim, a woman, was found in a car there.
A resident who lives near Jackson Square heard five shots.
Police aren't saying just what it was that ticked off members of the Bromley-Heath gang, but whatever their problem, the result was a brutal attack that sent a 20-year-old man inside the Green Briar Pub to nearby St. Elizabeth's Hospital on Jan. 24. Read more.
In the Athens of America, why wouldn't we express ourselves in the ancient tongues? This pair of small posters outside the Forest Hills T stop literally say "A crow doesn't pluck out another crow's eye," in Latin. It's how they gory Romans referred to the concept that we usually explain as "honor among thieves." But why did somebody feel the need to express this?
What's the MBTA refund process when you tap in, realize it's fubar and then walk home?
Daniel Guzman ran across this cute proposal this morning on a walk in Allandale Woods on the Jamaica Plain/West Roxbury line, marred by the fact that whoever made it felt compelled to also carve his or her feelings in the tree behind it.