WCVB has video taken by one Red Line rider of a second rider grabbing a third rider's phone and punching him in the face for videoing him being a drunken asshole to all the other riders in their car hurtling through Quincy Friday night.
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If more information regarding the location, subjects, time, et cetera, of the photograph become available, I will update this post.
Seems our second president would have preferred July 2 as Independence Day, although that would have deprived us of that story about him and Jefferson both dying within hours of each other on the national holiday.
David Parsons captured the Adams mural in Quincy.
Copyright David Parsons. Posted in the Universal Hub pool on Flickr.
Eileen Murphy visited Sailor's Home Pond in Wollaston today.
Drew Joseph ran across this median crash on I-93 south just past exit 6 around 4:45 p.m.
WCVB reports on an incident at North Quincy this morning.
Benjamin CL reports on the fog layer that made half the Hancock and most of the downtown skyline disappear, at least as seen from Wollaston Beach late this afternoon.
Edit: Thanks for the replies, guys.
Address: 126 E Howard St Quincy, Massachusetts (Don't know if this is close enough to Boston for you guys...)
Building's clearly abandoned and mostly boarded up, but the main entrance (amazingly) hasn't had all of its glass broken in yet. The way the upper floors look, seems like it was abandoned a long time ago, but from the first few floors it looks like a fresh closure.
I swear, why would nobody want to use it as the base of their new criminal empire? Looks defendable enough.
Unless it has some dark history inside...
Across the city today, winter-weary Bostonians shed their coats, or, at least, unzipped them a bit as they marveled at temperatures that approached 60.
In the Public Garden, as 617 Images shows us, a couple actually had a picnic:
The Supreme Judicial Court ruled today prosecutors cannot use most of the marijuana found in a man's minivan during a traffic stop in Quincy to prosecute him for possession with intent to distribute, because police didn't have the legal right to search the vehicle in the first place.
The ruling also applies to the man's cell phone, on which officers browsed messages they felt showed evidence the man was conducting drug deals.
The Coast Guard reports the crew of the Cutter Pendant was cutting channels through the ice off Quincy yesterday when all of a sudden a coyote ran in front of the ship.
WBZ reports on the incident at Quincy Medical Center today.