Sha'neka Love had a front-row seat for a crash at Brookfield Street at Robert Street shortly before 3 p.m. today, in which one car crashed into another, flipping it.
An aggrieved citizen files a 311 complaint about a bucket of dog poop that has been sitting at the corner of Dale and Sherrin streets for about a month now. It's starting to smell.
Shortly after 2 p.m., a driver flipped an SUV on its side on Metropolitan Avenue, just up the hill from Washington Street. An ambulance was called; the road was shut.
Police are looking for a driver who crashed into another car on American Legion Highway at Mt. Hope Street Wednesday afternoon - hard enough to flip the other car over.
The crash occurred shortly before 4 p.m. when the driver - whom police say had been spotted speeding and driving erratically moments before - plowed into a car whose driver was turning left onto Mt. Hope. The driver, whose vehicle had been reported stolen, stopped and helped the other driver - who was not injured - out of the car, then walked away.
Roslindale residents have launched an online petition to voice their opposition to a development proposal that would shoehorn up to six condo buildings, 12 units, and a paved driveway network onto 104–108 Walter Street along the edge of the Roslindale Wetlands Urban Wild.
The Cooperative Bank, 40 Belgrade Ave., was held up shortly after 11 a.m. yesterday.
The FBI's Bank Robbery Task Force reports the suspect handed a teller a demand note, got money, ran away. If he looks familiar, contact Trooper Mike Hughes at 857-386-2580.
On neighborhood Facebook groups, West Roxbury, Roslindale, Hyde Park and Jamaica Plain residents report being startled awake either shortly before or after 5 a.m. by at least two loud booms. On Twitter, Pete Cannon reports: Read more.
Travel New England ran across this car almost on its back on Archdale Road in Roslindale this morning.
A developer working with the Home for Little Wanderers is seeking city permission to build an all new facility - and 120 condominiums and apartments, some of which would be for Home clients aging out of the state foster-care system - on the Home's 2.6-acre site at 780 American Legion Highway. Read more.
Roslindale Village Main Street reports that the revamped space at 2 and 2A Corinth St., where Marla's Obsession and RVMS used to be, has been leased by somebody who is
Pursuing the appropriate licensing with the City to be a breakfast and lunch cafe with a co-working space by day, and a performance space offering entertainment of all genres by night!
Just north of Washington Street, shortly after 4:30 p.m. Peter Amstutz reports one person was taken away in an ambulance, another appeared to walk away.
Boston firefighters responded around 10:15 a.m. to 4360 Washington St., between Rosecliff and Albano streets, for a garage fire that did an estimated $250,000 in damage and sent one firefighter to the hospital with a non-life-threatening injury.
UPDATE: Nothing found, Steve Cooper at WHDH reports.
WCVB reports that State Police are combing land around Turtle Pond off Enneking Parkway for Joseph Brancato, 21, last seen several weeks ago on Mendelssohn Street in Roslindale, where he was staying with a Marine recruiter. NECN reports that among the agencies that sent investigators to the area is NCIS, which investigates possible criminal activity in the Marine Corps.
A man reports being robbed of his wallet on Poplar Street near Heathcote Street around midnight. Read more.
Ardale Street is a one-way street in Roslindale that ends at Centre Street by a 7-Eleven. One fed-up resident files a complaint:
Vehicles are constantly driving up our one way street. Drivers turn left out of 7-11 parking lot and go the wrong way even if they know they're doing it. I just saw someone who lives on the street do it. She does it like 10 times a week. I don't know what to do about this. There are already one-way/do not enter signs.
Massachusetts judges considering how to sentence people who have just been convicted in their courts can continue to ask victims what sort of punishment they think is appropriate, the Supreme Judicial Court ruled today. Read more.