MadTy watched a boy learn some fishing skills at Marina Bay in Quincy today.
Daniel Guzman spotted this sign at Courtney and Russett near Hynes Field in West Roxbury yesterday.
Mayor Walsh said today he is asking the City Council to pass an ordinance to ban replica handguns in public.
In a statement, Walsh said: Read more.
Manu reports it accidentally got left behind in a Metro Cab van on a ride back from the airport on Aug. 24. As you can imagine, his daughter would love to get it back.
New Superintendent Tommy Chang blames a software glitch for the issue, the Herald reports.
City Councilor Michelle Wu (at large) wants BPS to look at providing vouchers to low-income parents so they can get to parent-teacher conferences and open houses they might otherwise miss due to transportation costs. Read more.
City Councilor Tim McCarthy (Hyde Park, Mattapan, Roslindale) thinks local schools need to educate students on what to do if they find syringes, needles and similar implements in public spaces.
Mayor Walsh today vowed to ban the sale of chewing tobacco - and other tobacco products at professional and amateur sports venues in Boston.
Christine McCarthy shows the scene on Hazelwood Street, where a 5-year-old was hit.
State Rep. Jay Livingstone reports DCR has turned on its new Alfond Spraydeck on the Esplanade.
WCVB reports on the incident at Iacono Playground.
Charlene McBride asks:
Any decent kid-friendly restaurants near Back Bay, Downtown or the North End?
The Herald interviews a witness to yesterday's fireworks explosion in Dorchester that injured two boys.
City officials last week showed off their latest plans for the Fallon Field playground upgrade that would include a 25-foot slide down the side of the park's hill and what would be Roslindale's first playground water-spray area, Roslindale Wants to Play reports. Read more.
The Supreme Judicial Court today reversed the assault-and-battery conviction of a Brockton man arrested after spanking his three-year-old daughter in view of two police detectives.
The court noted that corporal punishment "as an integral aspect of parental autonomy" remains widely accepted in American society and so in the absence of specific laws on the subject, "we must guard against the imposition of criminal sanctions for the use of parenting techniques still widely regarded as permissible and warranted." Read more.