Boston Restaurant Talk reports Saturday's the last day for the Mission Hill eatery.
Boston Police report busting up a rousing good time at a pre-finals bash on Mission Hill early this morning.
Police say that when officers responded to a loud-party complaint at 72 Hillside St. around 1:30 a.m., a bunch of young partiers outside promptly ran inside and locked the door. Police say the officers gained entry, followed their ears up to the third floor... Read more
James Hogan asks:
Does anyone know where you can fill up a propane gas tank for a grill around Mission Hill area?
Boston Police report arresting six college students for a Mission Hill party that had moved onto the streets and featured a price list for the beer being handed out in red cups.
Police say officers responding to a loud-party complaint around 12:30 a.m. at 24 Lawn St. found about 50 young'uns in the driveway "holding beer cans and red plastic cups containing alcohol."... Read more
Boston Police report that when officers were booking a Worcester man today after he'd been nabbed for allegedly trying to break into a Parker Street residence, they found "a large amount of cash in his possession" and a deposit slip from a Watertown bank that had been robbed earlier in the morning.
Richard Bonet, 25, was arrested after somebody called police to report... Read more
As a result, water poured into the oil tank causing the tank to fill and overflow. The Boston Fire Department's Hazmat Team responded and contained the scene.... Read more
City Councilor Mike Ross reported around 6:15 p.m. that 900 of the 1,114 Mission Hill residents who lost power have their lights back. Nstar is bringing in generators for some customers whose problems will take longer to fix.
Boston Police report a worker on scaffolding outside the fourth floor of the Neville House on Vining Street plunged 30 feet when a plank from above hit the plank he was on, shattering it and sending him downward. He was taken to Brigham and Women's Hospital and is expected to survive, police say.
The Boston Licensing Board today approved a new Asian restaurant that will stay open until 2 a.m. near the intersection with Huntington Avenue.
Nathan Long, owner of the Wok N Talk planned for 23 S. Huntington (site of a former Ethiopian restaurant) said that in his student days, he realized there was a shortage of places around Mission Hill for late-night food during finals week.... Read more
Four college students got a first-hand look at the modern criminal-justice system early Saturday morning after Boston Police turned the music down at a Mission Hill house party.
Police report being called to 96 Calumet St. shortly after midnight on Saturday:
Upon entering the location, officers observed a party of approximately 200 persons. Officers noted and observed that the majority of party-goers were... Read more
A Dorchester man was charged yesterday with the kidnapping and rape of two women six years ago, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office and Boston Police report, adding they are continuing to look for a second man who allegedly participated in the attacks.
DNA collected from the victims matched Anwar Thomas's genetic samples last year, and investigators began looking into his connection with what were... Read more