Jamaica Plain News reports people are confusing the former Maryland governor with the District 6 city councilor (who happens to support the other O'Malley).
Daniel Petitt spotted some yard-sale signs in West Roxbury that are just a bit different.
Rev. Anne Bancroft of West Roxbury's Theodore Parker Church joined with three other Volkswagen owners this week to sue over the way their diesel cars only meet federal pollution-control regulations when they're being tested. Read more.
Kristopher Soderberg, 38, of West Roxbury walked out of West Roxbury Municipal Court last week with a suspended six-month jail sentence after he was convicted of drunk driving and assault and battery.
Soderberg was arraigned today - in a bed at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center - by a West Roxbury Municipal Court justice on one count of armed assault with intent to rob and two counts of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, following a bloody incident at a Grove Street market that left two other people with stab wounds as well, one to the chest, one requiring a tourniquet at the scene to reduce the bleeding. Read more.
Action going on this morning on Washington Street.
People were getting their phones out along Centre Street in West Roxbury this evening to take photos of the sunset.
And people everywhere else were looking up as well: Read more.
Joined by district City Councilor Matt O'Malley, residents in the area of Weld and Centre streets once again told developers their proposed replacement for the collapsing old Weld-American gas station is just too big. Read more.
One of the docks on Turtle Pond in Stony Brook Reservation this afternoon - during the two minutes when the wind stopped and the surface of the pond was fairly calm.
Workers for Algonquin Gas Transmission were busy today digging a trench up Washington Street just past the Dedham line so they can lay down a high-pressure natural-gas pipeline that will end at a new transfer station at Grove and Centre Streets, across from the West Roxbury quarry.
West Roxbury developer Peter Davos has filed a letter of intent with the BRA to build 84 residential units in a four-story building at 1235 VFW Parkway, the one-time home of an IHOP that over the past couple of decades has served as a parking lot and the site of a sign advertising stump removal. Read more.
Some 200 protesters, joined by several city councilors and a state representative, vowed today to continue their fight against the proposed Westwood-to-West-Roxbury natural-gas pipeline down Washington and Grove streets.
Organizer Chuck Collins said at a rally at Billings Field that 160 people have already received civil-disobedience training to put themselves in the way of Spectra Energy construction equipment once it gets to the West Roxbury line on Washington Street. Read more.
The Montreal Gazette talks to former Canadiens enforcer Chris "Knuckles" Nilan about "Black Mass." Seems Nilan was once married to Whitey's stepdaughter, so he's obviously qualified to talk about the movie. Also, he's "a product of Bostonâ€™s rough-and-tumble West Roxbury," the Gazette reports. Read more.
The meeting was not quite as boisterous as past sessions. But at the one hearing the BRA was required to hold, residents of Lagrange Street and nearby side streets told landlord Michael Argiros they still can't stomach his proposal for apartments on Lagrange just off Centre because it's too big. Read more.
The Eastern Bank branch on Centre Street at Lagrange is closing in December, apparent victim of a tiny parking lot off a busy intersection. No word if it will be replaced by another bank, a funeral home or a pizza place.
Daisy Razor took this photo of a large fungusy thing on Glenhaven Road in West Roxbury, wonders what it is and whether she should warn the neighborhood kids to stay away from it.
Fox 25 reports.
At least, based on the zillions of little yellow signs advertising "CASH" for unused test strips that sprouted overnight in West Roxbury, Roslindale and Jamaica Plain.
City and state officials gathered with Parkway athletes today to officially open the new $18-million Raiders Field, which includes revamped football and baseball fields with artificial turf and lighting and new facilities for track and field events.
Among those who spoke: Retired West Roxbury High Raiders Coach Leo Sybertz, who led the team to several high-school Super Bowl championships: Read more.