Look how the people in this photo are lined up. No word if an AT&T photographer was lurking nearby.
Revere Beach was inundated with class-skipping Boston teens on that wicked-hot day last week. One terrified Revere city councilor wants metal detectors at Revere Beach station because "every other teenager who got off the train had a knife or a weapon." How does he know?
Apparently, drivers of oil trucks need to slow down in rotaries, but one forgot and now the water off Revere has an interesting new sheen.
A Revere man stopped for making an illegal left turn onto Revere Beach Boulevard near Kelly's early Sunday morning tried to escape a state trooper by running into the frigid waters of the Atlantic, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office says.
Terrance Paiva, 41, pleaded innocent this morning to charges of operating under the influence - his fourth such charge - operating with a suspended... Read more
A man already facing numerous gun charges was arraigned today on new charges that he spray-painted racist graffiti and a call to assassinate the president on a black man's house, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports.
John Sieckarski, 49, had his bail on the gun charges revoked following his arraignment in Chelsea District Court this morning, the DA's office says.
Sieckarski, arrested on... Read more
Finally, here's proof.
Herald: Early-morning fire wrecks Revere KFC.
In thousands of households in Revere, Everett, Malden, Medford and Melrose, alarm clocks lost their minds and started blinking "12:00," Channel 4 reports.
I think my number was five, although I could've gotten that down to one if I hadn't also tried to scrape off my wife's car in addition to mine.
Don Martelli, meanwhile, turns into one of those crabby bloggers the MBTA is always ignoring:
When conditions are icey, can you please alert bus riders on the 110... Read more
from Revere to Wellington Station in
Ervin Memushaj, 26, formerly of South Boston, now faces a rendition hearing to determine if he will be shipped back to Boston to face charges he stabbed four men in the parking lot of the Wonderland T stop on Feb. 12, 2005, according to the Suffolk County District Attorney's office.
According to prosecutors, the four men were at Wonderland when one recognized Memushaj, whom he... Read more
Redfin compiles charts showing the discount off list price in selected Boston Zip codes between Sept. 15 and Nov. 15. Prices are most heavily discounted in Revere and least discounted in Mattapan (Mattapan?). Is that because nobody wants to move to Revere or because Revere sellers have an unrealistic view of what the market will bear these days? Or something else?... Read more
So the other day, I congratulated whoever was responsible for repaving part of the VFW Parkway in four days. Don't show that post to Don Martelli, who reports he just got a little note from the mayor of Revere about how the road reconstruction project outside his house, the one that started four months ago when the pavement was ripped out, is now... Read more
Mike01905 posts photos from the Revere Beach sand sculpting festival.
Kerry Anne took some photos, too, then passed out from heat exhaustion:
... But, fortunately for me, a gentleman from the building I was curled up by came out and brought me inside to get some much needed air conditioning and water. ...
Michael can't help but overhear a guy trying to convince another guy on a bus in Revere to "let it ride" and try Internet dating.
A Beach Street resident was arrested yesterday after allegedly punching a city councilor in the head, according to the Suffolk County District Attorney's office.
City Councilor Ira Novoselsky, 61, was taking photographs of a wall at Andrew Alves's house and Alves, 19, took exception. According to the DA's office:
"Some old man was taking pictures of my house," Alves allegedly told the responding officers unprompted.... Read more
Stephen Garbarino, 5, hit by a commuter train on Oak Island Road this afternoon, according to the Suffolk County DA's office.
Storm Mandeville, 61, found stabbed in his 10 Bryant St. home, according to the Suffolk County DA's office.
Jeffrey Keller, who operates a clinic at 199 Shirley Ave., was charged today with four counts of indecent assault and battery in connection with two patients, according to the Suffolk County District Attorney's office.
Keller, 53, pleaded innocent at his arraignment in Chelsea District Court. He was released without bail but ordered to stay away from the two women.
According to the DA's office:
In... Read more