Sunday is no fun day when an outbound train dies at Ruggles, causing what the MBTA calls "minor" delays.
Around 12:25 a.m. at 72 Bragdon St., off Ernst Street.
Around 6:50 p.m. at Ruggles Street and Washington Street.
Despite intense efforts by a city crew to pick up needles, Newmarket Square, where Methadone Mile begins (or ends), remains full of abandoned syringes. ZD Gordon shows us a not-so-rare Newmarket Porcupine.
Transit Police report a woman was hit by an outbound Orange Line train at Ruggles around 12:30 p.m. Her death remains under investigation, but police say they do not suspect foul play.
Buses were called in to shuttle riders between Jackson Square and Back Bay as the investigation continued.
A man was stabbed around 2:05 p.m. on Warren and Dudley streets in front of the MBTA station.
The Supreme Judicial Court today ordered a new trial for Maurice Jones, who was convicted of repeatedly and fatally shooting Dinorris Alston as he sat in with his girlfriend in her car on Dunreath Street on April 17, 2012. Read more.
Jason Turgeon spotted this FedEx truck in a close encounter with a Northeastern building on Tremont Street near where it turns into Columbus Avenue late this morning.
A dozen men and one teen who police say had turned Orchard Park development near Dudley Square into a violent open-air drug bazaar were charged with federal drug offenses yesterday following a two-year investigation, Boston Police and the US Attorney's office report. Read more.
WBUR reports on the opening of Black Market, whose owner hopes to fill some of the void left when A Nubian Notion closed last year.
The Santander Bank branch at 6 Francis St. was held up around 11 a.m. by a guy with a note.
The branch was also held up last September.
Around 2:30 a.m. at 54 Holworthy St., Scott Parkinson reports. The homicide unit was called in due to the severity of his injuries.
Shortly after 10 p.m. on Cedar Street at Highland. Victim shot in thigh, but wound not considered life threatening, Scan Boston reports.
Jennifer Garvey, a now former Transit Police officer, is scheduled for trial on June 22 on charges of causing injury while violating a person’s civil rights, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and assault and battery and two counts of filing a false report, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports. Read more.
The ACLU of Massachusetts and the MBTA today announced a settlement of a lawsuit over the beating, pepper spraying and arrest of Mary Celeste Holmes at the Dudley Square T stop after she publicly complained about the way officers were treating another woman there in 2014. Read more.
The Massachusetts Appeals Court today dismissed a gun charge out of Roxbury because "court congestion" deprived him of his right to a speedy trial. Read more.
A developer hopes to break ground this coming spring on a $144-million, 25-story tower it says should spur additional development in Dudley Square. In detailed plans filed recently with the BPDA, Rio Grande Dudley Square, LLC writes: Read more.
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