The doors at 16 Fid Kennedy Ave. in the Marine Industrial Park.
The Globe reports on a deal brokered by Mayor Walsh that will let MassEquality march - as long as they don't wear shirts or carry signs that have the word "gay" on them. No word if they'll be allowed to carry rainbow flags as long as all the stripes but the green one are taped over.
For some reason, the Globe suddenly cares what blowhard C.J. Doyle thinks about the St. Patrick's Day parade and Marty Walsh's decision to continue the city's mayoral boycott until it allows gay veterans to march. And what he has to say is:
Saint Patrick was a Catholic archbishop and is a Catholic saint. How do you honor a Catholic saint by providing a... Read more
The second victim of the fire, an elderly woman, remains in serious condition at Brigham and Women's Hospital, the department says, adding investigators determined the fire on the second floor of the triple decker was caused by a short circuit.
This is... Read more
UPDATE: One of the two victims died.
A fire reported shortly after 9 p.m. at 265 E. St., sent two residents to the hospital in bad shape.
Arson investigators and police detectives are currently on scene. The homicide unit was summoned as well, due to the severity of one of the victim's injuries.
One firefighter suffered a non-life-threatening injury.
What seemed like most of South Boston showed up at Castle Island today for the first day of Sullivan's in 2014.
We arrived at the end of the line at Sullivan's around 2:15 p.m. We got to place our orders at 2:55 p.m.
Although the air temperature was 52, the wind chill was way, way lower, thanks to an unceasing and heavy wind that... Read more
City Year volunteer Hannah Smith reports on the after-school matches she helps run at the Condon School in South Boston:
All the tables have been moved aside to create an open space, and line up along opposite walls. Students stare intently, leaning forward with one foot out in front like runners at the starting line. Strewn on the floor between them are hundreds of... Read more
Although that would be something to see. Ben Rey captured the scene at World Trade Center around 5:10 p.m., when an inbound bus kicked the bucket and another inbound bus was forced to squeeze around it to keep the Silver Line from becoming a Red Line on rubber.
The FBI's Bank Robbery Task Force reports two South Boston banks were robbed over the past month by a 6' white guy with "dark stubble" on his face.
On Jan. 23, Stubble Man hit the Mt. Washington Bank branch in Andrew Square.
The Castle Island food stand throws caution to the winds:
Let's tempt fate and tell mother nature we've had enough of this winter! Opening EARLY-this SATURDAY, Feb. 22. Getting the grills ready now...
SouthieNEC noticed this angry note on a car parked on Gates Street tonight.
Capt. John Greland at C-6 in South Boston tweets somebody got angry enough about finding somebody in "his" space on E. 6 Street near P Street yesterday, he vandalized the car.
Only he didn't stop there. To make sure the car owner realized why the entire driver's side of the car was now dented and scratched, he left a note on the windshield informing... Read more
The Eastern Bank branch, 470 W. Broadway in South Boston, was held up around 9:30 a.m. by a white male in his late 30s, 6' with a stubbly face and wearing a navy-blue hoodie. He showed a note, ran out with cash.
A concerned citizen complains about this propane space saver on E. 4 Street:
New definition of "don't mess with my space". Rather dangerous!
In response to a complaint about an SUV with New Hampshire plates that is basically perma-parked on W. 7 Street, the Boston Transportation Department reports:
This vehicle has been ticketed 15 times in the past 3 1/2 months. Will continue to ticket as it is observed.
Boston Police report Peter Farrell, 22, managed to rob the Cumberland Farms at 628 E. 5th St. on Sunday even though the gloves he was wearing meant he couldn't operate the touch-screen cash register to open it.
Police say Farrell walked into the store as a clerk was closing it around 10:55 p.m., went around the counter and threatened the clerk with a knife:... Read more
Melissa B. looked out her office window around 2 p.m.
The Boston Licensing Board decides tomorrow whether to let local restaurant contractor John Childs open his own restaurant on W. 3rd Street that would feature two food trucks that can't actually drive anywhere.
Coppersmith Hall, proposed for a long vacant machine shop at 40 W. 3rd would bridge "the gap between the food-truck community and restaurateurs" and would feature a couple of different types of... Read more