Leaf pile, anyone? TrueNE_79 took a walk through the Common this morning.
Transit Police say Josue Gonzalez, 26, of Brockton, turned himself in at their Southampton Street headquarters around 9:30 p.m. yesterday - and that they have the woman's phone.
He is scheduled for arraignment on a charge of larceny in Boston Municipal Court on Monday.
Happened around 9:50 p.m.
KidAtlantic reports he was on the train:
Calm and collected from MBTA personnel while evacuating the train at DC. Passengers shocked on platform to learn woman was struck.
Woman on platform upon exiting says she saw another woman standing on the yellow line as the train approached.
Power was shut so firefighters could extricate her body.
Jed Hresko spotted some dogged determination on the Orange Line this evening, on a Forest Hills train just past State.
Two Dorchester men who allegedly used a shotgun and a handgun to hold up the McDonald's at 146 Tremont St. early this morning were ordered held on $100,000 bail each at their arraignment on charges of armed robbery while masked, kidnapping, and assault and battery in Boston Municipal Court, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports.
Boston Police report Andre Nesbeth and Mason McKoy, both 26, may face additional charges:
Ian spotted this giant tree lumbering through downtown today. On its way to Faneuil Hall Marketplace.
And then promptly proceed to get themselves arrested. WCVB reports on the holdup shortly after midnight.
MBTA officials today showed off the first of 60 diesel-hybrid buses that they say will save money on fuel - and give T police real-time surveillance of bus riders.
Around 11:30 a.m., T General Manager Beverly Scott arrived at Haymarket station, where the bus - which still had that new-bus smell - awaited her inspection. She glowingly looked at the new seats - some configured for single riders - declared she loves buses and tried out the driver's seat.
So this train pulls into State Street and the doors just won't open, to the point where people start banging on the doors, which, of course, does nothing to make them work. The T finally managed to unload that train somehow, but now it's reporting "severe" delays on the Citrus Line.
Firefighters raced to 3 Summer St., across from Macy's, around 7:30 a.m. for a transformer fire on the 21st floor.
UPDATE: By 7:45 a.m., firefighters were starting to leave after the fire was put out and smoke dissipated. A city electrical inspector and an NStar technician were on their way up.
Road Trip New England captured people waiting by the statue of Mayor White for their turn to pay their final respects to Mayor Menino inside Faneuil Hall this morning. Faneuil Hall will remain open until there are no more people left.
An Allston man faces drunk-driving charges after police found him and his car on the tracks at North Station early this morning, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports.
Matthias Grenon, 22, somehow got on the commuter-rail tracks near the train-repair facility in Somerville, then headed inbound on the tracks without slipping off until he pulled into the station around 2:20 a.m., the DA's office says. He stayed on the tracks, which cross the Charles River, despite a blood-alcohol level measured at 0.19, more than twice the legal limit, according to the DA's office.
Ben Heyman paused to take a look at the makeshift memorial to Tom Menino at the heart of Downtown Crossing this afternoon.
One of those dreaded "track issues" means no service at all between Arlington and Haymarket. Use the Orange Line, the T advises, and pray it doesn't die, too.
Jason Greeley reported at 8:20:
Broken rail at Boylston, no shuttle, stuck for half an hour in a tunnel.
UPDATE, 8:49 a.m.: And now the entire E line is dead and the T is advising that "Orange Line experiencing moderate delays due to heavy ridership as a result of the Green Line track issue."
Starting at 10 a.m., according to his family. The mayor's office in City Hall overlooks Faneuil Hall.
A funeral mass the next day at Most Precious Blood Parish in Hyde Park will be private.
The Boston Business Journal reports Crumbs is opening an outlet that will feature not only cupcakes, but pushup cupcakes in a tube and some mutant bagel/croissant thing.
Updated with information from Transit Police.
Transit Police report a man pulled out from under a southbound Orange Line train at Haymarket this evening has died.
The man was conscious and talking to firefighters as they extricated him around 6:15 p.m. about 35 minutes after he was hit by the train. The man, white and apparently in his 40s, was rushed to Mass. General, where he died about 8:30 p.m.
Transit Police say foul play is not suspected.