The Globe reports he was stabbed in the chest near a "secondary station entrance" around 8:15 p.m. yesterday, is expected to survive.
The Herald reports that Mayor Menino rejected an idea from developer John Hynes to rebuild Filene's Basement - and add a parking garage - on the crater off Washington Street, but that Menino said that wasn't good enough.
As the Herald almost comes out and says, Hynes's scaled-back plan was half-baked - it assumed the state would kick in $25 million - but Menino... Read more
According to police, bouncers escorted two groups of men outside after a scuffle. One group, consisting of three men, then set upon the other two guys, who wound up getting stabbed, police say.
Santiago Hernandez, 29, of Roxbury, Luis A. Alicea, 23, of Hyde Park, and... Read more
An earthquake in Quebec near the Ontario line sent tremors through the Boston... Read more
Window cat at Commonwealth Books, downtown.
The Downtown Crossing T stop was evacuated briefly tonight as firefighters attempted to determine the source of odor in the concourse that left some people with irritated throats. The Red and Orange lines continued to operate but were bypassing Downtown Crossing. Shortly after 10 p.m., fire officials let the MBTA resume normal operations at the station.
An East Boston teen charged with trying to steal two pairs of pants from Macy's in Downtown Crossing Saturday evening, was ordered held in lieu of $100,000 bail today - not so much because of the pants but because of the loaded handgun security guards allegedly found on him.
The Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports Jason Morales, 18, was nabbed around 6:30 p.m. after... Read more
Mayor Menino and downtown merchants met today to discuss setting up a business improvement district that would levy fees on merchants to improve and market the area.
But one thing they won't be doing: Changing the name. Although a consultant recommended that a few years back, the Downtown Crossing Partnership reports:
We decided to keep the name. It is rich in history... Read more
Friday morning commute could be a mess, at least on the Red Line, so leave some extra... Read more
Spotted on Winter Street outside the Corner on Tuesday.
Put up large signs at Downtown Crossing telling them how to get to Filene's Basement in the Back Bay.
This afternoon, I'd just left the Orange Line and was headed upstairs when my way up was blocked by a large knot of not-moving women, all wearing conference badges around their necks identifying themselves as being from the Metro-Nashville school district, all looking around with... Read more
A developer hopes to turn vacant space above the Windsor Button Shop, 29 Temple Pl., into 44 housing units marketed to medical residents and film makers in town for short stays.
Joseph Hanley, lawyer for... Read more
Steven Roth, the New York real-estate mogul who gave us the Hole, told an audience of Columbia architecture students... Read more
If you've been wanting to try Plaza III at Faneuil Hall, you better hurry. The place is $175,000 in arrears on its rent and the marketplace's owner - itself in bankruptcy - plans to replace it with an Anthem lounge-type restaurant, roughly along the lines of the nearby Houston's.
The Boston Licensing Board will decide tomorrow whether to let the restaurant's current owner transfer its... Read more
In case you forget which way you're headed, the T provides this handy little sign at the front end of the Alewife-bound side of the Red Line.
UPDATE: MBTA says no fires.
Boston Police are tweeting there are fires in the Chinatown AND State Street stations on the Orange Line. Local 718 tweets firefighters are trying to determine the source of smoke on the Orange Line at Downtown Crossing.
The T itself is only reporting a disabled inbound train at Haymarket.... Read more