South Boston

By - 8/8/14 - 1:23 pm

Boston Magazine reports the owners of the Cornerstone Bar, across from the Broadway T stop, have submitted a letter to the BRA that they want to tear the place down and replace it with apartments, offices and a restaurant.

By - 8/4/14 - 5:29 pm

Couple of dudes with knives got all Jim Croce on each other in Andrew Square around 9 p.m. yesterday and tried to slice each other up - with one of them stabbing a woman for good measure - the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports.

Orrett Daley, 31, of South Boston, was ordered held in lieu of $200,000 bail at his arraignment today in South... Read more

By - 8/4/14 - 3:20 pm

Boston Police report the man found stabbed to death in Moakley Park early Friday was Dwight Price, 51, of Boston.

By - 8/3/14 - 10:33 pm

By - 8/1/14 - 9:00 am

Around 6:40 a.m., Stanley Staco reports. Mark Katic reports he was stabbed to death. Boston Police report the victim was in his 50s.

By - 7/31/14 - 12:00 pm

Shortly before midnight at 28 Logan Way, according to Capt. John Greland at District C-6. Boston EMS Incidents reports the victim was shot in the arm and torso.

By - 7/30/14 - 10:28 am

WBZ takes a look at Valore Books - and its 700 Better Business Bureau complaints.

By - 7/29/14 - 11:33 pm
Colorful garage in Fort Point

Heather Parker attended the formal lighting-up tonight of Joanne Kaliontzis' glowing art on the side of the Channel Center Garage. More photos.

By - 7/27/14 - 2:03 pm
30 B Street proposal in South Boston

30 B Street rendering.

Construction cranes may be crowding some of Boston's neighborhoods, leaving areas such as Broadway, Downtown Crossing and Boylston Street in the Fenway looking like something out of a SimCity game on "cheetah" mode, but, in fact, Boston's surge of luxury housing is largely bypassing large swaths of the city. You can get an idea of what's going on by taking a look at the Zoning... Read more

By - 7/25/14 - 6:20 pm
New building at 170 West Broadway in South Boston

Boston Restaurant Talk reports Liberty Bell Roast Beef, 170 W. Broadway, is closing, possibly as soon as tomorrow, as the parcel's owners ready the site for construction of, ta da, 33 condos and a new restaurant space that will probably involve a wood-fired oven and a complete line of artisanal vodka drinks.

The BRA recently approved plans for the eponymous 170 West Broadway.... Read more

By - 7/25/14 - 10:40 am

The Massachusetts Appeals Court ruled today that Christopher Kostka can be ordered to provide a DNA sample that could rule him out as a possible suspect in the 2012 stabbing murder of Barbara Coyne - but bolster the case against his twin brother, Timothy.

The Suffolk County District Attorney's office says that it needs the DNA sample to see if the two are fraternal... Read more

By - 7/25/14 - 9:27 am
Part of Anthony's Pier 4 floating out to sea

Jesse Haley spotted part of the old Anthony's Pier 4 floating on a barge in the Mystic River between Everett and Charlestown this morning. Anybody know what it was doing there?

By - 7/23/14 - 10:02 am
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By - 7/18/14 - 2:28 pm

Capt. John Greland at District C-6 reports that on Wednesday, a resident of Gates Street near E. 8 reported one of his windows had been broken by a golf ball, that his skylight had also been hit, but not damaged, and that there were now several golf balls lying in his backyard.

The house is nowhere near either of the city's two golf courses.... Read more

By - 7/16/14 - 10:47 am

Mark Bolster watched firefighters take care of business after lightning hit a house on W. 4 Street at F this morning.

By - 7/14/14 - 2:21 pm

The city IT department plans a hackathon next month to let developers use a new gateway into city systems to build an online permitting system that might replace the current confusing system that often forces people who want to set up a restaurant or add a porch to their homes to spend months battling paperwork and bureaucracy - and sometimes make trips to offices miles... Read more

By - 7/13/14 - 5:04 pm

Anywhere she wants.

Alison Farquhar recounts an incident on a Red Line shuttle out of Broadway this afternoon:

Belligerent old Polish lady INSISTED the JFK/Andrew shuttle should drop her off at Old Harbor... so it did.

It would be one thing if she accidentally got on the wrong bus and it was too late, but she was stalwart.

Before it even left Broadway:

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By - 7/13/14 - 8:35 am
South Boston Today on the streets of South Boston

A concerned citizen complains:

"South Boston Today" newspapers litter the streets with trash. They are thrown about throughout the neighborhood. Why are they allowed to put garbage on the street and not be fined?

By - 7/12/14 - 8:49 pm
Bus on fire at Cabot Yard in South Boston

So when they do, the fire department comes calling. Peter Dziedzic had a front-row seat for the action when an MBTA bus apparently caught fire shortly before 8 p.m. in the Cabot bus yard near Broadway station in South Boston.

By - 7/10/14 - 8:41 pm

The Coast Guard reports that the USNS Fisher, in town for some repairs, began leaking the oil yesterday.

The ship, in drydock off the eponymous avenue in South Boston, got quick attention from the Coast Guard, the state Department of Environmental Protection and Boston firefighters, after the leak was reported around 9 p.m., the Coast Guard says:

Response teams placed 600 feet

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