Bostonians heading into LAX will soon be able to satisfy their Dunk's cravings as the chain begins its westward expansion with outlets in Santa Monica, Whittier, Long Beach and Downey. Also, Modesto.
The T forwards this photo of the spot on the Government Center Green Line platform where the Dunkin' Donuts used to be as workers continue to tear apart the station as part of a two-year overhaul.
Also, the T reports workers uncovered another 100-year-old tile Scollay Under sign on one of the Blue Line platforms:
The goal is to keep it in place, and... Read more
Nobody wants to say, but whatever it was, it was enough to get the company to pull all its ads off WEEI.
Around 9:15 p.m. by a black man, who jumped into a purple, 1999 Corolla, Mass. 2JG-D90, headed outbound. About 10 minutes later, a man in that car was stopped at Centre and Cedar streets in Roxbury.
The Herald reports.
Murphy was nabbed at his home around 10 a.m., police say, adding:
Evidence linking the suspect to many of the affected locations were uncovered.
Murphy is scheduled for arraignment... Read more
Bobbi Fox reports a turkey was perched outside the Dunkin' Donuts at Eliot and JFK this morning.
The Crimson reports the Harvard Square Dunkie's made famous in "Good Will Hunting" isn't closing. How do ya like them apples?
Video from a July 3 robbery at VFW Parkway and Spring Street.
Boston Police report they are looking for a man who has been alternating between a knife and a gun as he holds up Dunkin' Donuts outlets along the Dedham line, most recently last night at the outlet at VFW Parkway and Spring Street.
Police say the bandit also robbed that store... Read more
The store clerk stated to officers the suspect jumped over the counter and brandished a knife at the clerk and demanded cash. The suspect took an undetermined amount of cash and fled from the... Read more
Wicked Local Brookline reports residents gathered copious amounts of righteous indignation before attending a hearing on a Dunkin' Donuts in Washington Square:
"You're putting something in that clashes pretty horribly with what the town has done to create this attractive destination," he said. "I'm profoundly disappointed that we're getting a Dunkin' Donuts instead of something people will be looking forward to."
Selectmen, however, approved... Read more
The Globe maps every last outlet of each chain and tries to figure out what it means (Dunk's dominates in Massachusetts - surprised?) - all on a page with some interesting scrolling.
The Dunkin' Donuts at 1955 Beacon St., which is already allowed to open 5 a.m. to 2 a.m., goes before the Boston Licensing Board next Wednesday, June 5, to fill in that three-hour gap and open all the time every day.
Board hearings start at 10 a.m. in its eighth-floor hearing room in City Hall.