The Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports on 14 people who were arraigned today (more will be arraigned on Tuesday and Wednesday). Didi Delgado, who helped organize the march from Roxbury to Boston Common, reports on the treatment of several of the people while they were locked up awaiting arraignment. Read more.
Workers were doing renovation work on the exterior of Park Street Church today.
Four hours after two men left the Common in ambulances with stab wounds yesterday, a third man was stabbed in an unrelated incident near the same location along Tremont Street the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports. Read more.
Around 4 p.m., found in the lobby of 791 Tremont St., although he may have been shot on Northampton Street towards Shawmut Avenue.
A Mission Hill resident who thought it was odd that the front door of AC Hardware was shut in the middle of the day sent her husband to investigate. Inside the store, assistant Suffolk County District Attorney John Verner said, the man found merchandise and blood all over the place - and owner Andres Cruz lying on the floor, dying from gunshot wounds. Read more.
Firefighters and utility crews are at Tremont and Parrker streets, where a manhole burst into flames around 8 p.m. Tremont was shut in both directions.
Jason watched Keytar Bear, "the hero we need in trying times like these," at Park Street late this afternoon.
Around 8:30 p.m. at Tremont and Upton streets. WCVB reports the driver stayed at the scene.
A concerned citizen ponders the intersection of Clarendon and Tremont streets in the South End:
When there is a streetlight pole, traffic signal pole, and new spy/Verizon pole, all within 3' of each other, is that pole pollution?
For the seventh time, the Supreme Judicial Court declined to overturn Paul Robinson's conviction for the murders of Patrick Hughes and his nephew, also named Patrick Hughes, in the family drugstore on Tremont Street across from Mission Church on Dec. 21, 1968. Read more.
The Board of Appeal today approved plans to replace an old pet-care place at the lonely corner of Tremont and Herald streets with a new seafood place that would offer outdoor seating in warmer months. Read more.
A federal grand jury today indicted Francisco Torres, 37, of Mattapan, on two counts of distributing cocaine and one count of conspiring with others to distribute cocaine. Read more.