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.
Tamas K-L shows us the inside of the convention center during tonight's Bernie Sanders rally.
UPDATE, 5:10 p.m Trains began rolling again.
It's rarely a good sign when the fire department shows up at a T stop, and this afternoon will not be the exception that proves that rule. A track fire about 20 feet inbound from Broadway station shortly after 4 p.m. brought firefighters to the platform and a shutdown of electrical service so they could take care of business.
The result was "severe" delays on the Red Line, again.
Eileen Murphy watched a plane on the final approach to Logan from South Boston at sunset today.
Residents left a planning meeting to improve South Boston bus services Wednesday night frustrated by bus stop changes the T developed without first asking the public for insight into major issues in the area. Read more.
Eileen Murphy watched Congressional Medal of Honor recipients lay a wreath at the annual rededication of the South Boston Vietnam Veterans Memorial today.
The Economic Development and Industrial Corporation this week selected a company to build a 405-room hotel in the Boston Marine Industrial Park.
The proposal, by Harbinger Development, calls for the hotel on a lot off Summer Street that is one of two in the industrial park not required to be used for marine or industrial use.
Harbinger is talking to Hilton Worldwide to operate the hotel, EDIC says.
The Boston Licensing Board today found "no violation" in the case of a guy who leaped into Boston Harbor from the roof deck of Legal Harborside on Northern Avenue. Read more.