Spotted this evening outside the Dedham Five Guys and Chipotle.
What made these trees turn so much earlier than the rest of them along the Needham Line tracks? Spotted this afternoon from across the Charles in Millennium Park in West Roxbury.
Dedham Police report they are investigating whether solar glare contributed to a crash this morning that left an elderly Dedham woman dying in her church's parking lot.
According to police, Anne McIntyre, 70, was crossing High Street shortly before 7 a.m. to get to mass at St. Mary's Church, 420 High St.. "She was struck by a 2013 Nissan Frontier pickup truck driven by... Read more
We need to stop litter and keep Massachusetts clean by spreading the word about the Yes on Question 2 campaign.
The Bottle Bill is the most effective recycling tool we have. Eighty percent of bottles covered by the Bottle Billâ€™s 5-cent deposit are recycled. Yes on Question 2 would add a bottle deposit to water, sports drinks, tea, juices, and other drinks that were... Read more
When Dana Gitell got to Legacy Place in Dedham around 9:20 this morning, she saw two long lines. Yes, one was outside the Apple store (below). But the other was outside L.L. Bean, where people were lined up for Red Sox "limited edition" tote bags.
Two Cranston, RI men could get up to five years in the pen for a scheme in which an employee of theirs drove around Rhode Island and the Boston area, siphoning used cooking oil from holding tanks behind restaurants and then selling the liquid to a New Hampshire company that processed it into biodiesel.
Somebody was flying the
Stars and Bars Confederate flag today on Washington Street in Dedham, just north of the turn for the Dedham Mall.
Breadfruit! We were so taken by their mere presence in the Dedham Stop & Shop yesterday, we quickly procured one. And never mind we had no idea whatsoever what to do with it. After all, isn't that what the Internet's for?
First, of course, is the obvious: It has nothing to do with bread. And truth be told, it's not much of a fruit, even... Read more
Two former employees of Papa Gino's allege the local chain avoided paying them overtime for work weeks that sometimes spanned 70 hours by classifying them as "managers" even though they weren't managers.
Jean Max Similien of Stoughton and Jay Jenks of Dedham filed what they hope will become a class-action suit last week in US District Court in Boston.
Similien said he worked for the... Read more
No, no, no, Staples, just knock it off and get rid of that back-to-school stuff.
Jef Taylor takes us on a walk through Wilson Mountain, a reservation in Dedham.
It doesn't work, at least not at the Dedham Sears. Two would-be yeggs hid out in the store when it closed on Jan. 5 and then tried to steal some stuff - only to discover that even Sears now has motion detectors, which brought the Dedham PD tout suite:
Suspects fled upon seeing police inside the store.
Also, they were captured by surveillance videos,... Read more
As in: Flames and smoke and stuff, not because they were offering the maxx for the minimum. A couple of Boston firetrucks even made an appearance to help out. Stanley Foreman reports the fire was in a rooftop heating unit above the Dedham Mall store.
UPDATE: Alex Jones photographed State Police entering a house on South Street in Roslindale to arrest two men inside.
The shooting happened around 4:45 p.m. on the VFW Parkway southbound, just past the Boston line in the jughandle area near where the McDonald's used to be.
Cambridge Police are looking for an older white guy who held up the East Boston Savings Bank branch at 2172 Mass. Ave. this morning. He showed a small gun.
Dedham Police, meanwhile, report they are looking for an older white guy who held up an Eastern Bank branch on Providence Highway around 12:20 p.m. yesterday. He passed a note that said he had... Read more
At the Dedham Stop & Shop last night.
The Supreme Judicial Court today slapped a Dedham company that fired a worker because it didn't want to bear the insurance costs of his wife's brain-tumor treatment.
Marc Flagg sued AliMed under the state's anti-discrimination law, arguing that firing him for taking care of his wife and their daughter amounted to workplace discrimination. A lower-court judge dismissed his claim, but the court's ruling today reinstates... Read more