Mayor Walsh's office said today it's setting up permanent City Hall outlets in Boston neighborhoods, starting tomorrow at the Tobin Community Center on Mission Hill. Read more.
Around 11:30 p.m. in the area of Huntington Avenue and Mission Street. One was grazed in the hip.
Tyler unveiled her Web site today, although Politico reports she actually filed papers to run on March 16.
Also running: Monica Monique Cannon, also of Roxbury.
A developer wants to tear an old wooden house at Tremont and Sewall streets and include the facades of six neighboring row houses as the fronts for a new apartment complex that would include 33 apartments, including some rare four-bedroom units.
Developer Jason Savage, who has been building on Mission Hill for 16 years, says the project would include: Read more.
A developer wants to replace a couple of parking lots and a derelict old building with a six-story residential complex on South Huntington Avenue, next to the Wok N Talk near the intersection with Huntington Avenue. Read more.
Boston Police report officers investigating an "unknown medical situation" at 55 Fenwood Rd. around 7:40 p.m. found a man with gunshot wounds. He was transported to a nearby hospital, where he died.
Lloyd's of London has sued the owner of a Mission Hill apartment building over a 2014 fire, apparently caused by a rooftop barbecue, to recover the money it had to pay out to the owners of a neighboring building.
In a lawsuit filed this week in US District Court in Boston, Lloyd's said it paid $79,434.70 to the owners of 25 Wigglesworth for damage from what turned into a two-alarm fire on June 30.
Lloyd's says the landlord was negligent in: Read more.
Boston Police report Boston's latest homicide victim is D'Andre King-Settles, shot to death around 4 p.m. yesterday outside 60 Annunciation Rd. in the Alice Taylor project.
He was 17.
His older brother, Richard T. King Jr., was stabbed to death on Trotter Court in 2011, age 22. His father died in 2007, just 35. He leaves his mother, a brother and a sister.