Around 5:10 p.m. The bicyclist got the worst of it, was taken away in bad shape, but is expected to survive.
Seven Star Street Bistro, 153 Belgrade Ave., is seeking a beer and wine license for the dining room it's been building out the past few months.
The restaurant, which currently has just one table, wants to add a 16-seat dining room. It's seeking permission to stay open until midnight.
The Boston Licensing Board figures out tomorrow whether it has any beer and wine licenses to... Read more
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Outbound, just past Harvard Avenue, around 9:40 p.m. Comm. Ave. outbound is shut between Harvard Avenue and Allston Street for the investigation.
Sean Olson reports a car rolled over on the Jamaicaway near Bynner Street, ejecting one person, around 7:50 p.m. About 40 minutes later, with the area still crowded with emergency workers, a bicyclist crashed into a tree there, as well, he reports.
The Jamaicaway is shut in both directions.
Matt Hrono reports T workers were handing out these "tickets" at red lights along Huntington Avenue this morning.
Ellie happened to be well clear of the intersection of School and Washington streets this morning when an 18-wheeler that had somehow gotten on School Street tried to turn onto Washington, without much success.
Wes found his way up Washington Street blocked by a two-car crash near the new Harvest.
Steve Safran captured the scene just past the Framingham exit eastbound, where a car erupted in flames around 3:40 p.m.
State Police report a woman out west wasn't going to let his lack of a license plate stop her from hitting the road. Seems the state wouldn't give her one on account of his license and registration being revoked. Now she faces new charges.
Sgt. Lucas Taxter from district D-4 is helping to keep the streets clear around Northeastern today. He reports:
After witnessing mother/daughter move-in's from MI untie & toss the No Parking sign the officer did the right thing.
A truck driver with cat-like reflexes managed to avoid a full storrowing around 10:30 a.m. Michael Cotrone was on hand to record the scene and, who knows, sell commemorative copies to the driver.
The truck got stuck sometime before 11 p.m. Police shut the road between Comm. Ave. and Linden Street until it was freed.
All the occupants removed safely from the waterlogged car off Western Avenue around 11:30 a.m., State Police report.
Mike Moura photographed the scene from the other side, as State Police and a tow truck prepared to remove the car from the river:
His lawyer, Russell Matson, vows a vigorous defense when the case comes up on Sept. 4 in Quincy District Court:
My client has applied several different dip color changes to his car before deciding to deck... Read more