Stanley Staco reports an incident shortly before 8 p.m. on Woodward Avenue ended with one person walking into a local hospital with a gunshot wound and then police finding a second person with a gunshot wound from the same incident.
Miles on the MBTA reports on his ride on one of the new articulated buses out of Ruggles today.
Around 2:40 p.m. by a train headed towards Forest Hills, the Huntington News reports.
Service in both directions was halted so Boston firefighters could recover his body and Transit Police could investigate the incident. The T swapped in shuttle buses between Jackson and Haymarket.
At Washington and Roxbury streets around 9:20 p.m. Police found a box cutter a couple blocks away.
It's on Fort Hill, but still. The Bay State Banner introduces us to the most expensive house in Roxbury history.
Around 6:50 p.m. on Akron Street with stab wounds to the head and back, not considered life threatening. He was stabbed earlier somewhere else in the area.
Boston Police today arrested a 12-year-old student who arrived at the Trotter Innovation School, 135 Humboldt Ave., with an unloaded gun.
Boston Public Schools released a transcript of the robo-call school Principal Mairead Nolan made to parents about the incident: Read more.
Shortly after noon, John Burger reported the line to vote at the West Roxbury library was around the corner and up near the Lyndon School.
Developer John Cruz recently filed formal plans with the BPDA for a 95-apartment complex on Warren Street at Waverly Street in Roxbury.
The Dr. Michael E. Haynes Arms - named after the Roxbury state representative and minister - would also become home to Cruz's 45-employee firm, now headquartered in John Eliot Square. Read more.
The Supreme Judicial Court today upheld Joseph Gomes's conviction for the 2007 shooting death of Fausto Sanchez on Maywood Street in Roxbury, concluding that Gomes got a fair trial and that a reasonable person could have found him guilty of murder in the first degree. Read more.
Boston Police report a man tried to kidnap a girl at Blue Hill Avenue and Brookford Street in Roxbury around 6:20 a.m. but that she was able to escape his clutches with the help of a passerby.
The suspect is described as 6' or 6'2", about 200 lbs. and clean shaven.
The Boston Business Journal reports state regulators gave the go-ahead for the expansion, which will see an 11-story building rise on what is now a garden where patients and families go for breaks during care.
A federal appeals court ruled yesterday that Charkeem Hyatt will have to finish his 12-to-15-year sentence for shooting four people outside the old Packy Connors in 2009. Read more.
Cedric Douglas and Greg Cook show us around Roxbury and its public art.
UPDATE: Boston Police report the victim, John Cesar, died.
Around 10:40 p.m. at 25 Nazing St., Crime Hub reports. Due to the severity of the injuries, the homicide unit was called in.
WBZ reports the carjacking happened tonight on Washington Street at West Walnut Park. The car was found about a block away, with the baby unharmed.