The Boston Licensing Board decides tomorrow whether to grant a packie license to a proposed neighborhood grocery on the first floor of the Vertex building on Northern Avenue. Read more.
A federal judge today tossed out the South Boston Allied War Veterans Council's latest legal effort to get the city to leave it alone and do whatever it wants with the St. Patrick's Day parade. But US District Court Judge Richard Stearns left the door open to a lawsuit over next year's parade. Read more.
A man was stabbed on B Street near West 5 St. around 10: 30 p.m. John Duffill reports he was found a couple blocks away on Dalessio Court.. The homicide unit was called in because of the the seriousness of his injuries.
Here's your chance to play Grand Prix: A federal bankruptcy trustee is auctioning off the remains of the South Boston grand prix that never was. Up for bid: Two "Dallara Indy Car Show Cars," the trailers to haul them in and 1,100 Jersey barriers, each with 16 bolts on top to mount, and, bonus, three circular steel cables on each side. Read more.
Skanska today filed its detailed plans for the 13-story office building it wants to build on what is now a parking lot in the Raymond Flynn Marine Park (the former Boston Marine Industrial Park). Read more.
Workers today removed Nate Swain's little Lego wall on Congress Street near the Children's Museum - as part of an overall redo of the entire building.
The Coast Guard teamed up with Boston fire and police marine units to rescue five kayakers who found themselves in some sort of trouble in Dorchester Bay off Castle Island shortly after 3 p.m. today; initial reports said one might have wound up in the water. John Duffill reports the marine units got all five out OK.
Ed. note: Headline changed until I get a definite answer on the state of the injured person.
Around 10 p.m. at Dorchester Street and Old Colony Avenue, involving two cars. MB reports one of the cars blew through a red light. The homicide unit was called in - routine for unexpected deaths or cases where somebody is near death - and officers from other districts have been called in to shut down roads in the area.
The Boston Licensing Board today deferred any action on a license request for a Starbucks proposed for L Street and Broadway. Read more.
Proponents and opponents of a proposed Starbucks at L Street and Broadway are painting the now empty space in Michael Norton's building as the cornerstone of the neighborhood's future.
At a Boston Licensing Board hearing this morning, though, they described very different futures for City Point, the part of South Boston that has yet to see the tsunami of development and chains that has overtaken the neighborhood west of Dorchester Street. Read more.
The Red Line station is shut, but the Red Line continues to run, just more slowly, as firefighters work to extinguish a fire in an air duct in the lower level of 141 Dorchester Ave.
A teenager was shot around 11:45 p.m. in the area of 24 Gavin Way. The homicide unit was called in, just in case, due to the severity of his injuries.
It's the latest violent incident in recent months in and near the Mary Ellen McCormack Development: On July 12, police say a man ran at officers with a loaded gun at Gavin and Logan ways. On July 11, a person was shot in the face on Gavin Way. On June 20, a man was shot on O'Callaghan Way.
State Police say the woman, 45, was struck just past Moakley Park by a Camry driven by a 75-year-old Randolph man in the left lane towards Castle Island. The driver and his two passengers were uninjured, State Police say, adding the crash remains under investigation.