By - 1/12/16 - 12:02 pm

Napper Tandy's, 4187 Washington St., in Roslindale, says it's voluntarily rolled back its closing time from 2 a.m. to 1 a.m. to try to avoid a repeat of two fights that left two men bruised and bloodied around closing time on Nov. 8.

At a hearing before the Boston Licensing Board today, bar attorney - and former city licensing head - Patricia Malone said the bar had been having some issues with young men roaming Washington Street between 1 and 2 a.m. Read more.

By - 12/30/15 - 6:12 pm

Shortly after 5 p.m. on Bradeen Street. The thief took cash and an Old Navy bag full of clothes. He's described as a black male, skinny, in a puffy black coat with a hood. He ran towards Washington Street.

By - 12/27/15 - 5:29 pm

Around 5:20 p.m. at the Home Market at Belgrade Avenue and Walworth Street.

Both men were about 5'11", wore masks and hoodies. One had a silver gun. They ran towards South Street.

By - 12/21/15 - 10:47 pm
Man at door with knife

Urban Artifact reports that around 5 p.m. a 50ish man with a knife in his right hand peered through her window at Florence Street and Firth Road in Roslindale and, when she asked him through the door what he wanted, he said he was looking for "Mary."

Her name is not Mary. Read more.

By - 12/19/15 - 10:54 am

LFB, who lives in Roslindale, asks:

Where can a family get a couple bales of hay in and around Boston?

By - 12/13/15 - 1:31 pm

For over a week, we have had on/off or maddeningly slow internet service. Our internet provider is Verizon. After spending the requisite hour on the phone with Verizon customer service last Thursday, an appointment was set up for 8-11 am this past Friday. The repair reps did not show during that time period, but around 1:30 pm I got a call, stating that our purchased, 'High Speed Internet Enhanced' was too fast for the capability we could ACTUALLY get because of our distance from the Roslindale Verizon substation (we are just off of South Street) therefore, they needed to downgrade the equipment that our service used to be able to handle the slower speed - somewhere around 6-7 Mbps. Read more.

By - 12/13/15 - 10:06 am
Wooden reindeer in Roslindale

Woodolph here stands guard in front of a house on Cornell Street in Roslindale.

By - 12/13/15 - 9:07 am
Car crash in Roslindale

Travel New England watched the flames - and wondered how the engine fell out - shortly before 5 a.m. on American Legion Highway.

By - 12/12/15 - 3:11 pm

UPDATE: Power returned at 3:10 p.m.

An overnight Eversource power shutdown along South Street near Fallon Field was supposed to end at 11 a.m. As of 3 p.m., residents were still without power and now wondering what happens to all the food in their refrigerators and freezers.

By - 12/11/15 - 7:28 am

The BRA board yesterday approved a proposed 19-unit condo project on Taft Hill Park, behind the Roslindale Square municipal parking lot. Read more.

By - 12/8/15 - 10:57 pm

A correspondent seeks suggestions:

We are going to be going out of town for several days, flying out of Boston VERY early on Christmas day. I would love to know whether there is any likelihood that remote parking spaces might be available. And, assuming it is not, what transportation company is most likely to reliably get us to the airport by 5:30 in the morning - at an expense that does not approach the cost of air travel to Chicago.

Read more.

By - 12/6/15 - 10:35 am
Santa Claus made of tin cans in Roslindale

The Tin Can Man of Glendower Street is now ready for wish lists.

Tin Can Man in shinier days.

By - 12/4/15 - 12:18 am

FAA officials spent 3 1/2 hours listening to residents and elected officials rip into the way planes now fly over a host of communities, at a Milton meeting on Thursday that they agreed to attend only after US Rep. Stephen Lynch threatened to cut the agency's budget for community outreach by $25 million.

The meeting brought out several hundred people from Belmont to Hull, to complain that a new GPS-based flight-path system may be great for airline profits and schedules, but means unlucky residents are now subjected to endless waves of planes, often starting at 5 a.m., for days on end, because of the way it slots planes into very narrow air corridors. Residents also said planes are flying lower than they used to, further contributing to the noise. Read more.

By - 11/28/15 - 5:29 pm
Kids spot Santa in Roslindale Square

Kids watch Santa working the crowd in Adams Park.

Santa and the Mayor arrived right on time in Roslindale Square to turn on the lights on the Adams Park Christmas tree this afternoon.

Mayor Walsh and a local kid switch on the tree as Santa and At-large Councilor Michelle Wu watch: Read more.

By - 11/27/15 - 10:21 am
Bertie the stubby-tailed cat lost in Roslindale

Chris Kollett forwards a copy of a flier that went up around Roslindale recently.

Daisy Razor reports a black cat has been hanging around her yard near the West Roxbury quarry of late.

By - 11/26/15 - 4:15 pm
Inflated turkey on Roslindale/Hyde Park line

Thanksgiving comes first on West Street in Hyde Park (or maybe it's Poplar Street in Roslindale).

By - 11/22/15 - 12:53 pm

WalkUp Roslindale, a group that wants to make the neighborhood even more walkable, will hold a walk around Roslindale Square next week to tabulate all the problems with local sidewalks, traffic signals and intersections to present to the city departments that can fix them.

Starts at 9 a.m. on Dec. 5 inside the old Select Cafe space on Belgrade Avenue.

By - 11/21/15 - 10:21 pm

Around 10:15 p.m. in Oak Lawn Cemetery off Cummins Highway. The homicide unit was called in due to the severity of his injuries.

By - 11/20/15 - 9:32 am

Ryan McDonough is trying to crowdsource a short film called Last Night in Rozzie.

McDonough, long over his days as the alcohol-infused Cuervo Man, describes the film: Read more.

By - 11/19/15 - 10:38 am

Boston Police report officers investigating gun sales arrested five people in the parking lot of the American Legion McDonald's last night after arranging to buy a high-powered weapon from one of them. Read more.