Around 8:20 p.m. on Summer Street between A Street and Fort Point Channel. The road was shut from the bridge to D Street.
Jonathan Matos, 26, of Mattapan, was arrested this afternoon, shortly after a Suffolk County grand jury indicted him for the Jan. 7, 2013 shooting death of Jonathan Reyes, 18, on W. 2 Street, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office and Boston Police report.
The grand jury charged Matos with first-degree murder, unlawful possession of a firearm and unlawful possession of a large-capacity feeding device, authorities say, adding Matos fired repeated rounds at Reyes.
The Drew Company says it wants to build a second residential tower next to its Waterside Place building on Congress Street rather than the supermarket and "innovation space" it had originally proposed. Read more.
A squicked-out citizen complains about what she saw at Dorchester Street and W. 4th:
There were a few black trash bags filled on the sidewalk this morning and as I walked by approx 10 cat-size rats came running out. No pic available as I was too traumatized and screaming.
Today in Lynn, U.S. Rep Seth Moulton spoke about his 'no' vote on the Syrian Refugee Bill:
I disagree with everybody who voted for the Republican bill. It's the strongest screening process for any traveler who comes to the United States, and the Republican bill does nothing to strengthen that process. It adds some layers of bureaucracy, but doesn't actually strengthen the security. I spoke out on a policy that I believe is essential to our national security. I'm not running for governor.
The Boston Licensing Board tomorrow considers approving a proposal to transfer the beer and wine license held by Gerard's on Adams Street in Dorchester to the soon-to-open Aloft Hotel on D Street - and to grant a new full-service liquor license to Gerard's purchasers, who are planning on renovating the Dorchester institution. Read more.
Payette, a Congress Street architectural-design firm, designed itself Pearl the elephant as part of a circus-themed display at the International Interior Design Association's fall New England fashion show earlier this month. Yesterday, staffers wheeled Pearl over to the South Boston convention center for the Architecture Boston Expo.
UPDATE, 9:25 a.m. Second alarm struck.
Boston firefighters are at the AmeriCold Storage building, 100 Widett Circle, for a fire in basement ducts and first-floor loading dock. Ammonia is present. At 8:40 a.m., the first-floor fire was declared knocked down and the flow of ammonia into the building turned off.
Ryan Mcgrale's Facebook page is filling this morning with remembrances after his unexpected passing yesterday. Mcgrale, one of the pioneers of the craft-cocktail movement in Boston, was the beverage director at Tavern Road on Congress Street.
Rather big police presence at Castle Island around 10 a.m. - including a State Police helicopter - looking for whoever thought it was a good idea to use the peninsula right across the harbor from Logan to fly some drones. It's what the FAA likes to think of as "restricted airspace."
Eileen Murphy braved the cold to watch the sunset from South Boston this evening.
Around 1:45 p.m. at Castle Island.
The view across Pleasure Bay towards the Kennedy Library was equally dramatic: Read more.
Jim Gavaghan shows us veterans from the Fitzgerald VFW post in South Boston marching to St. Brigid Church today for a remembrance service in honor of deceased veterans and war dead.
Eileen Murphy watched the sunrise in South Boston this morning.