Stanley Staco reports the victim was taken away in bad shape following the 8:25 p.m. incident at Blue Hill Avenue and Woodcliff Street.
Boston Police report delivery men for two separate Chinese restaurants were held up on the same Dorchester street last week.
Around 1:40 p.m. last Wednesday, a delivery worker for Hong Kong Chef at 47 Topliff St. was held up at knifepoint there by three men who'd been sitting on the front porch of 43 Topliff when he pulled up. The suspects were described as three black men, one armed with a knife.
Police say the bouncer was attempting to break up a fight between two or three men when one of them whipped out a knife and stabbed the bouncer in the arm and stomach. Police say he managed to get himself to nearby Tufts Medical Center - where two other men went after also being stabbed, one in the face, arm, chest and back.
Police are looking for two suspects, both black men, between 20 and 30. One wore a yellow shirt, the other a plaid shirt.
UPDATE: The MBTA reports both victims are expected to survive. The stabber got into an argument with them at the front end of the southbound platform and fled before police arrived.
City licensing chief Patricia Malone today warned the Dublin House, 7 Stoughton St., she will suspend its license because of a stabbing last month - unless the bar can show her a substantive plan to stop people with weapons from showing up there.
The bar seems to be "attracting people who carry weapons, and that is a huge concern to me," she told owner Yiser Mohammad and his lawyer at a hearing this morning on a March 11 incident in which one patron stabbed another - despite efforts by bar security staff to pat down all incoming patrons and use a metal-detecting wand on them.
Somebody was stabbed shortly after 4 p.m. on Midland Street, then collapsed at Savin Hill Avenue and Sidney Street, down the block from the T stop. A mini-van wanted in connection with the investigation was stopped about 10 minutes later at Linden and Freeport streets.
UPDATE: The Herald reports the victim was a mother pushing a stroller.
Around 4:40 p.m. at Geneva Avenue and Park Street.
The man was rushed to the hospital for surgery in critical condition. The homicide unit was summoned.
The suspect is described as a black male in his 50s, wearing a black and blue sweater, khaki pants and black sneakers with blue and pink stripes. He was last seen fleeing down Bourneside.
In 2005, a worker at the station was stabbed to death.
The JP Convenience Store, 162 South St., was held up around 9:45 p.m. by a Hispanic male, about 5'8", dressed all in black, who fled towards the T stop.
A fight outside 180 Columbia Rd. ended around 10:45 p.m. with two men stabbed, one with injuries severe enough to have the homicide unit called in.
About 45 minutes later, a man was stabbed outside the Ashmont T station. The suspects were described as three black males.
Around 9:50 p.m. outside 129 Harrishof St. The suspect, who may have pulled the victim out of his car before stabbing him, is described as 5'8" with a stocky build and wearing a black hoodie and a black mask.
The homicide unit was called in, which is done whenever the victim might die.
A man walking on Congress Street near Sleeper Street was jumped, robbed at knifepoint and punched in the face around 8:15 p.m. By 8:30, officers looking for the suspects on the other side of Fort Point Channel found two men matching their descriptions at Atlantic Avenue and Summer Street and arrested them.
Police will now look at whether the two are involved in a spate of similar attacks across the city, in particular in East Boston.
Boston Police report a man walking along Lincoln Street around 1:45 a.m. was set upon by a group of men, who stabbed him and then jumped into two cars.
Police say the man was taken to the hospital with serious injuries, but that he is expected to survive.
A short while later, police say, officers stopped a car matching one of the victim's descriptions:
Stanley Staco reports a man was stabbed shortly before 10 p.m. on Fidelis Way at Comm. Ave. Because of the severity of his injuries, the homicide unit was summoned, just in case.
Around 11:20 p.m. at Albano Street. The suspect is described as a black male, about 5'10" with really bad breath.
A man was stabbed outside 50 Gloucester St. around 10 p.m. Because of the severity of his injuries, the homicide unit was summoned. A suspect may have been stopped inside the Trader Joe's around the corner on Boylston Street.
UPDATE: Boston Police report arresting Michael L. Guess, 49, of Dorchester for the stabbing, add "Witnesses still on scene reported to officers the victim was stabbed after a confrontation with a male suspect."
Boston Police report arresting a 17-year-old, two 15-year-olds and a 14-year-old on charges they surrounded a couple of people at Dayton and Nixon streets around 4:10 p.m. yesterday and made off with an iPad, a wallet, a camera and various other items.
Police say the 14-year-old had the knife and that when officers attempted to arrest him after seeing the knife sticking out of his left front pocket, "a violent struggle ensued."
Alexis Bourne, 17, of Dorchester, was charged with armed assault and battery and receiving stolen goods. The three other teens were not named because of their age.
Stanley Staco reports the man was stabbed several times during a house party and that police are looking for a man and a woman who fled the scene.
The murder is the latest violent incident in the student-heavy Gardner Street area, which has seen everything from women having their skirts lifted for photos to people being punched in the face for no discernible reason.
Stanley Stacos reports a man was stabbed around 1 a.m. on Boylston Street near Dalton Street and that the homicide unit was called in because of the severity of his injuries. Police were looking for a group of six people spotted running towards Mass. Ave. A large trail of blood still stained Boylston from the Pour House to the Cactus Club around noon.