Boston Fire Department
The Globe reports.
Kevin McCrea and his wife went down to Suite in the Alley off Boylston last night for some dancing. Then the fire alarms started blaring. For 10 minutes. Firefighters arrived. And the whole time the DJ kept playing music and almost nobody left:
... People from the club were telling people trying to leave that this problem had happened before and that everything would... Read more
Arroyo, himself a Roslindale resident, was arrested at 7:51 p.m. yesterday in the emergency room at Faulkner Hospital, where he was being treated for an unspecified ailment. Because of his condition, officers spent the night with Arroyo rather than transporting... Read more
Paul Nemes, 58, will be arraigned in West Roxbury District Court this morning on a charge of assault and battery resulting in serious injury for an incident at the Polish American Club on River Street in Hyde Park, according to the Suffolk County DA's office.
Firefighters get ready. Photo
from Bulletin Newspapers.
UPDATE: The Bulletin Newspapers report on today's memorial service as well as a barbecue banquet provided by Tex's BBQ of Dedham as a way for the firefighters to thank West Roxbury.
They're not letting the city or the union tell them how to... Read more
Maybe Kevin Cullen has finally returned from his extended summer vacation and is going to start writing thoughtful columns about life in Boston, like today's column on putting a year's worth of woes for Boston firefighters in perspective. One can hope, anyway.
Around 11:30 p.m., Wednesday, at Warren and Moreland streets. A witness reports the truck was headed outbound, the car crossing from Moreland, was hit on the right side, spun around, its trunk hit a light pole. No word on injuries.
His lawyer compares his case to that of that carnival worker set free:
How would you caption this photo? OK, not really a contest, since there's no prize (but I assume it's still void where prohibited).
So the FBI is investigating medical-retirement practices in the Boston Fire Department and now some of the medical records involved in that investigation have disappeared, so the FBI has to launch a new investigation into that investigation.
But, come on:
... At the least, Arroyo's injury claim and subsequent bodybuilding competition came at an awkward time. In mid-April, a federal grand jury issued scores of subpoenas to Boston firefighters as part of a criminal investigation into years of questionable disability injury claims by retired and active firefighters of all ranks. ...
... I lost a lot, other people in other units lost more and less than I did. But those are possessions. We all have our lives.
This isn't so much an attention... Read more