The Globe reports on sale of "the last big chunk of open land" - some ten blocks worth - to a Chestnut Hill developer best known for its malls.
Earlier today, Matt the roving UHub photographer noticed the Blue Hills Bank Pavilion was in the process of being torn down and wondered why. Turns out it's not going away forever, just that the tent fabric is being replaced in time for performances to start up again in the spring.
A developer today filed its plans to turn a 4.9-acre collection of small industrial buildings into a new neighborhood with 656 residential units in eight buildings, 96,000 square feet of retail space - including a grocery store and a pharmacy - and 2.4 acres of "public realm" space.
In a filing with the BRA, Core Investments says its Washington Village - at Old Colony Avenue and Dorchester and Damrell streets - will include both apartments and condos at affordable, "mid-market" and market-rate prices. Read more.
Eileen Murphy got up early enough to capture the dawn over South Boston this morning.
A car parked outside 19 Gavin Way got two bullet holes around 10:20 p.m.
KO Pies will open an hour late today so workers can clean up the mess left by a burglar who broke in last night and trashed the place.
Anybody who saw anything suspicious between 8:30 and 9 p.m., especially on the W. 3 Street side, should contact police.
The Globe reports the new neighborhood is getting its first drugstore.
Before Suffolk Superior Court Judge Mitchell Kaplan imposed a mandatory life sentence on Timothy Kostka for murdering Barbara Coyne, 67, in her home on April 16, 2012, her family members had a chance to read victim-impact statements.
"I have never been more proud of my mother than I am right now, " her son, Richard, said. "She fought for her home, for her sleeping granddaughter, and for her life." Read more.
Late this afternoon at 177 Tudor St., according to Patrick, who captured the scene and reports he was taken to Tufts Medical Center for care.
V took in the pumpkin festival on the Lawn on D in South Boston tonight.
Ecco Pierce carved the visage with his "super handy assistant," Ted Lynch. Pierce reports this year's event was amazingly larger than last year's - he reports people waited in line for three hours for a pumpkin to carve for the flaming pumpkin wall, which V videoed: Read more.
Mike took a look at the three cruise liners docked at the Black Falcon Pier today: The Norwegian Dawn, the Queen Mary 2 and the Serenade of the Seas.
A Suffolk Superior Court jury today convicted Timothy Kostka of first-degree murder for the stabbing death of Barbara Coyne, 67, on April 16, 2012, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports.
The verdict means an automatic sentence of life without parole.
Eileen Murphy photographed tonight's sunset over South Boston.
People were getting their phones out along Centre Street in West Roxbury this evening to take photos of the sunset.
And people everywhere else were looking up as well: Read more.