A drone video posted on Scott Eisen's channel shows the Milton rowing team and some fascinating scenery along the Neponset estuary.
Two South Boston brothers today admitted they attacked a man sleeping near the JFK/UMass T stop with a metal pole and their urine on their way home from a Sox game last August because he was too Mexican for their tastes. Read more.
The delays have been reduced from "moderate" to "minor" on the inbound Red Line due to a train that let Elijah carry it upward at Shawmut.
Around 11:15 p.m. at 3 Walton St., just off Washington. The shooter may have fired nine rounds.
Around 8:20 p.m. on Saturday at 387 Columbia Rd., DD3William reports.
The BRA today approved the Dot Block complex, which would replace a series of low-slung storefronts and industrial buildings at Dorchester Avenue and Hancock Street with 384 apartments, 60,000 square feet of retail space and a 450-car garage.
Around 10:20 p.m. At least five shell casings found in front of 310 Talbot Ave., near Southern. A car at Talbot and Southern was hit.
The filming of a rap video on a Dorchester cul-de-sac yesterday evening ended with six people under arrest and the confiscation of four loaded guns, police and prosecutors say.
One man had bail set at $100,000, two others at $75,000, at their arraignments today in Dorchester Municipal Court. Prosecutors had asked for bail as high as $500,000. Read more.
Around 9:10 p.m. on Leslie Street, between Dix and Centre. The robbers took cash, two pizzas and some Chinese food before driving off.
Shortly after 6:30 p.m., Boston Police officers began chasing a man who had appeared to have a gun in the area of Ronan Street. Read more.
Mayor Walsh's office today announced it will invest $100,000 in a program to hire and train up to 25 returning inmates as farmers on a city-owned parcel in Roxbury or Dorchester. Read more.
Around 10 p.m. at East Cottage and Robey, about three blocks from gunfire early Saturday.
Around 12:25 a.m. at E. Cottage and Leyland streets.
Around 11:55 p.m. at Wildwood and Middleton streets.
Bill Forry knew Mike Baker from their days as teens at the Boys and Girls Club. Today, Forry writes about coming to grips with Baker's self-inflicted death last Thursday in his Adams Village home, about the anger, the grief and the sadness and what Baker meant to him, his neighbors and the city. He concludes:
We'll choose to remember him as he was in his prime: A husband, father, son, brother, coach, comedian, and devoted public servant. And, always - quite proudly - a Dorchester kid who always found a way to make us smile.
WBZ reports workers turned on fountains at the Lee and Mather schools in Dorchester, the Curley school in Jamaica Plain and Another Course to College in Brighton by mistake and that students may have drunk from them before they were shut off again because of elevated lead levels.
Parents are not amused:
[A BPS administrator] met with staff on January 29th to discuss the water situation. But didnâ€™t notify school families until February 12th. In addition, the families were told not to worry, there were no health risks associated with the elevated levels. BPS was just being proactive by turning off those fountains. If she knew about the issues at the Mather, why did she not include it in last weekâ€™s count of schools impacted by elevated levels of lead.
Shortly after 7:15 a.m. at 484 Blue Hill Ave.