Around 10:45 p.m. on Dixwell Street. EMTs found him on Columbus Avenue, although he may have been shot closer to School Street. A window in a house on Dixwell midway between School and Columbus was shot out.
Juan Ayala-Powell was ordered held in jail today after a judge revoked his bail on an earlier charge at his arraignment on a variety of charges related to a shooting that sent a person to the hospital in serious condition, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports. Read more.
Around 11 p.m. at Warren and Intervale streets. The victim's injuries were bad enough to have the homicide unit brought in, just in case.
Around noon at Raynor Circle and Brook Marshall Road.
Newmarket Square businesses will soon begin a campaign to urge the mayor to get Long Island open again - or find another place where addicts can get treatment and counseling away from their streets and the drug dealers who prey on them. Read more.
Developers of the long proposed Tremont Crossing project said today they're now proposing a smaller development without a hotel, with less office space and with no housing for students. Read more.
The Herald reports the former owner of Triple O's, with his Bulger-era racketerring conviction well behind him, has snapped up homes on Robey Street in Roxbury and, according to a business partner, is most certainly not throwing his literal weight around and threatening residents who object to drug addicts they claim now frequent the site.
The Boston Fire Department has asked for power to be shut in both directions at Massachusetts Avenue due to a track fire.
UPDATE: Trash fire on the tracks extinguished at 12:35 p.m.
Boston Police report arresting Devaughn Dardy, 21, on gun charges related to an outburst of gunfire captured on a driver's dashcam Saturday evening. Read more.
Shots fired around 10:30 p.m. at Humboldt Avenue and Martin Luther King Boulevard.