What were those 3 military helicopters flying over the South End about???
Boston Police report a man arrested after a traffic stop on Melnea Cass Boulevard near Washington Street Tuesday night matched the description of a man witnesses saw repeatedly firing a gun behind the Blackstone School minutes earlier. Read more.
The T is advising "moderate" delays into town on the Red Line from Braintree due to a train that just could not make it past Quincy Center, and "minor" delays into town on the Orange Line from Forest Hills, due to a train that ascended to the pearly gates at Mass. Ave.
The Boston Licensing Board today granted a package-store license to Wine Riot for its Web 3.0-enabled wine store at 519 Tremont St.
The board accepted arguments from Tyler Balliet and Morgan First that there was a public need for a shop that caters to users who want to help drive their inventory through app-driven reviews and histories of their own drinking habits, coupled with an emphasis on wine education. Read more.
The Boston Licensing Board could decide tomorrow whether to grant a liquor license to Wine Riot, which wants to open an app- and database-driven wine store at 519 Tremont St. in the South End. Read more.
The Boston Licensing Board decides tomorrow whether to let the new owners of a bar in Dorchester Lower Mills transfer their liquor license to the bar they want to open in the South End's new Ink Block complex.
But fans of the former Lower Mills Pub shouldn't fret: Read more.
Firefighters have evacuated the 41-unit 585 Columbus Ave. due to a gas leak that forced the shutoff of the building's heating system on one of the coldest nights of the season.
City officials are now on scene trying to coordinate getting residents into someplace warm for tonight.
Around 6:15 p.m. Police found him limping about a half block down Mass. Ave., limping towards Boston Medical Center.
Pilotblock spotted this sign at Dartmouth Street and Warren Avenue in the South End - a couple feet above a no-longer-in-use chain and bike lock.
Pat from Boston spotted these horn-playing stormtroopers on Mass. Ave. at Tremont around 9:20 p.m.
Four South End civic groups are holding an emergency meeting tonight on "the surge of gun violence in our neighborhood."
In a seven-day span, the South End experienced three shootings, including a fatal incident in the early morning hours of Wednesday, December 9.
The meeting begins at 6:30 p.m. at the South End House, 48 Rutland St.
John Hanzl recounts what happened this morning with his dog, Izzy:
Woke us up this morning (5:20am) whining, when she never does. So I took her out (live in ancient loft on top floor in south end and only people in building). Was confronted with overwhelming smell of gas on way outside. So called 911 - we are friends with firemen at the Eagle. They came - long story, building main electrical feed was shorting downstairs. and the arcing was causing ozone, that Izzy smelled and saved our lives.
On West Springfield Street near Shawmut Avenue, out of a white or silver sedan, around 3:15 p.m.
Earlier this month, we posted a photo of a stuffed bunny that had been left behind at Mistral in the South End.
Mistral reports today that, thanks to social-media postings, rabbit and owner are back together again - a friend of the family saw one of the photos and let the family know where to find the fuzzy critter.
At brunch on Nov. 8, somebody left behind this obviously well loved bunny at Mistral in the South End. The restaurant reports they're keeping the rabbit well fed, but would love to reunite bun and owner.
The Boston Licensing Board decides tomorrow whether to approve the sale of the soon-to-be-gone Middle-Ages dinner theater to the proposed operators of a new Italian restaurant in the Ink Block complex at 360 Harrison Ave. Read more.