Friends remember Grisel Sanchez, who was shot to death while walking through Puddingstone Park Tuesday night.
WBUR talked to family members at a vigil last night.
Around 9:15 p.m. at Townsend Street and Humboldt Avenue. Police found one victim there; the second victim showed up about 1 1/2 miles away in Dorchester.
UPDATE: Boston Police report Grisel Sanchez, 31, was declared dead at the scene.
Shortly before 10:35 p.m. in Puddingstone Park. Because of the severity of her injuries, the homicide unit was called in.
A house across the street was hit with a bullet.
Stanley Staco reports two men were shot in the back around 3:30 p.m. on Homestead Street at Pleasanton.
Shortly before 9:30 p.m. at Harrison Avenue and Ziegler Street, Stanley Staco reports.
At least four rounds, around 3:20 p.m. on Fenno Street off Walnut Avenue. Somebody got out of the passenger side of a car, fired the shots, then got back in the car, which sped away.
Shortly before 1 p.m. on Juniper Street at Cedar, by two men with a gun. Police are looking for a white, 2006 Audi A4, Mass. plates 2XM-623.
Around 12:35 a.m. behind the Ellis School at Walnut and Westminster avenues. Described as Hispanic, thin, wearing a black top.
Stanley Staco reports the shooting was around 8 p.m. at Dixwell Street and Columbus Avenue.
Harold Brown's Hamilton Co. recently filed plans with the BRA to add to Roxbury's Douglass Park complex with a five-story, 44-unit apartment building on what is now a tree-lined green between existing buildings on Camden Street.
Meanwhile, the company recently began ripping up a parking lot at 40 Malvern St. in Allston to build a six-story, 48-unit apartment building. Read more.
Children's Hospital this week sued a Seattle-based software company to get it to back off from claims the hospital owes $925,000 for "terminal emulator" software the hospital last used in 2004. Read more.
Around 10:45 p.m. on Shawmut near Hammond.
Leave Blue Hill Avenue alone, Rodney Singleton writes:
As if a poor mix of for sale housing affordability, failed retail anchor in Wal-Mart, leasing land it cannot develop, giving artist all the credit over an entire community, or selling once public lands it owns to a charter school most kids in Roxbury cannot attend were not enough. Nuestra CDC the developer now sees fit to reamed parts of Roxbury for its own gain? Mr. Price, head of Nuestra, would never try this in his home town of Milton!