NBC Boston reports a man was shot around 11:25 p.m., Tuesday, on Mt. Pleasant Terrace. The homicide unit was called in due to the severity of his injuries.
A federal judge last week told a bankruptcy judge to reconsider an order that would require the Charles Street AME Church to pay OneUnited Bank the more than $3 million it borrowed for a community center that was never finished. Read more.
In the leg, at Dearborn and Zeigler streets, around 10:10 p.m., although the shots appeared to come from Eustis Street, just off Dearborn.
A bullet went through the window of a Eustis Street apartment and lodged in the wall.
Boston Police report gang-unit officers who thought a particular teen from Dorchester might be carrying a gun were proven right twice when they stopped him at 158 Walnut Ave. in Roxbury around 10:10 p.m. yesterday and found him carrying two guns - a Ruger .45 caliber firearm and a Taurus 9mm. Read more.
A Roxbury-area developer has filed a letter of intent with the BPDA to build a 25-story tower at 2345 Washington St., on what is now a parking lot. Read more.
Jed Hresko ran across this gentleman and his Boston city-seal tattoo in Roxbury today.
First-year students at Harvard Medical School go through some rigorous training in diagnosing illnesses - and also make annual parody videos.
WBZ reports the two were shot this afternoon on Waverly Street.
Darlene photographed the aftermath of a crash shortly after 8:30 p.m. on Washington Street, just north of Columbus Avenue. At least two people were taken to local emergency rooms.
Troy Henninger yesterday announced his resignation as Boston Latin Academy headmaster at the end of this term next month, two years after he took the job.
His resignation comes a year after the headmasters at Boston's other two exam schools resigned. Read more.
NBC Boston reports two people were shot shortly before 10 p.m. on Wednesday at 115 Dale St.
WFXT reports Carleton Henderson, now 52, was arrested in St. Louis on Tuesday for the shooting deaths of William Medina and Antonio Dos Reis.
The Globe reports Brigham and Women's Hospital has offered voluntary buyouts to 1,600 workers.
Separately, the hospital and parent Partners Healthcare have agreed to pay the federal government $10 million to resolve fraud allegations involving "manipulated and falsified information" used by three Brigham doctors to obtain federal stem-cell research grants.
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