Around 4:15 p.m. at Merrill and Fenelon streets. Nobody seems to have been hit.
For some reason, the Daily Mail posts photos of what it says is a haunted old Masonic hall on Columbia Road.
Sinister images of the Massachusetts building show a lone chair in an abandoned hallway where the owner of the site has said he has seen a 'female form' appear at sunset.
A Suffolk Superior Court jury today acquitted John Graham, 19, of Lynn on a charge of first-degree murder for the death of Ciaran Conneely following the annual Irish festival in Adams Corner on Oct. 10, 2011, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports.
Prosecutors had charged Graham killed Conneely in a robbery attempt on Nahant Avenue.
The jury did convict Graham for shooting two... Read more
A fire broke out shortly after midnight on the third floor of 263 Talbot Ave. in Dorchester.
The Red Cross reports seven people were displaced.
Around 3:15 p.m. on Harlow Street. Two black men, dressed all in black, showed a gun and took the victim's black, 2012 Corolla with New York plates of GAH-7168
City officials today announced a gun buyback plan that will trade a $200 Visa gift card for every gun turned into Boston police stations as part of an effort to curb youth violence this summer.
At a press conference at Dr. Loesch Family Park (formerly Wainwright Park), Mayor Walsh, Police Commissioner William Evans, local clergy and parents of murder victims said that while the... Read more
Chris Lovett moderates a forum on Sunday between the five candidates running in the 5th Suffolk district to replace Carlos Henriquez.
The forum starts at 4 p.m. at First Parish Church in Dorchester, 10 Parish St.
The Richard family of Dorchester has posted an update, including word on Jane:
Last week she received a â€śCheetahâ€ť running leg, designed for athletics and everyday use. This was a gift to her from an organization called Wiggle Your Toes; whose mission is to support those suffering from limb loss, in collaboration with Jane's team at United Prosthetics, who donated their time and labor... Read more
The Massachusetts Appeals Court today upheld Trevon Mason's conviction for resisting arrest in an armed-holdup investigation in 2008 - roughly four months before he was arrested for fatally shooting a man in the lobby of a Stanwood Street apartment building and injuring the woman whom the victim was shielding with his body.
Mason had originally been arrested on a variety of charges for a... Read more
A Suffolk Superior Court jury today found Lavonrence Perkins, 23, of Mattapan, not guilty for the shooting murder of Cordell McAfee at Dorchester Avenue and Roseland Street on May 7, 2010, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports.
Prosecutors had alleged that Perkins ran up to a porch where McAfee was sitting with relatives and shot him.
This was Perkins' second trial for the... Read more
A brush fire along the Neponset River just upriver from the Granite Avenue bridge around noon brought a BFD fireboat - which then couldn't reach the fire because the bridge turned out to be stuck.
BFD spokesman Steve MacDonald reports it turned out the river near the fire was too shallow for the boat, anyway, and that the fire burned itself out about an hour... Read more
Shortly before 8:30 p.m. at Stoughton and Bakersfield streets.
Police are looking for a light-gray Fusion with red tape wrapped around the passenger-side mirror.
A Suffolk County grand jury yesterday indicted Olivia Mora, 36, for manslaughter for the death of Briana Rosales, 7, on a Dorchester sidewalk last November.
Mora faces up to 20 years in prison if convicted on the charges of manslaughter by motor vehicle, motor vehicle homicide while operating under the influence, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, operating under the influence causing serious... Read more
James Hobin discusses the Roxbury Puddingstone that underlies so many parts of Boston, from how it was formed to its properties, which include being both remarkably tough and yet weepy.
Roxbury Puddingstone is underground but we can see outcroppings of it throughout Dorchester. Maybe there is a lump of it sitting in a friendâ€™s backyard, or maybe there is a wall of it standing... Read more
A communications mixup between the front desk and a housekeeper at the Holiday Inn Express on Boston Street last week led to a Dorchester man's arrest on charges of illegal weapons possession and possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports.
According to the DA's office, Reginald Weaks, 33, of Dorchester, had rented a room at the South Bay... Read more
If you're looking for a parade with no controversy and an essay contest on making the neighborhood better.
"Ashmont Train," by Luddy Mussy.