Around 6:20 p.m., near Mills Street. One car was hit.
Boston Police report arresting a Hyde Park 14-year-old on gun charges around 12:35 this morning behind 144 Ruthven St.
Police say officers patrolling the area due to recent gun violence thought it more than a bit odd when they saw two guys walking down the street wearing hoodies with the hoods drawn around their faces, given that the temperature was still around 80 and that it was very humid out. Read more.
Around 9:15 p.m. Sam Schweizer, passing by in a car at the time, heard three shots.
FBI agents investigating a Wilmington man for threats he allegedly made against a Roxbury mosque and an Islamic student group at Northeastern soon discovered he was also having lots of fun with guns - which he wasn't supposed to, given that he's a convicted felon.
Patrick Keogan, 44, an electrician who works on high-voltage wires, was charged this week in US District Court in Boston with making threats against the Islamic Society of Boston and being a felon in possession of ammunition. Read more.
Patrick Keogan, 44, is scheduled for arraignment in federal court today on charges he left a threat on the Islamic Society of Boston's Facebook page to burn the Roxbury mosque to the ground, the US Attorney's office reports.
It's the second time in a little over a year that somebody has been charged with threatening violence against the mosque. Read more.
Norvia Pena says her long closed Norvia's Place, 2807 Washington St., should re-open this fall - with more of an emphasis on food than drinks. Read more.
Developer John Cruz will file plans with the BRA for a $47-million, 95-unit apartment complex with retail and office space on Warren Street between Clifford and Waverly streets. Read more.
Around 10:45 p.m. at Nazing and Maple streets. Police looking for two men who also made off with the victim's backpack.
Two Globe reporters spend time with the addicts on the stretch of Mass. Ave. now known as Methadone Mile.
It's an interesting, sad read, worth the time - and maybe an e-mail to the mayor's office asking whatever happened to Long Island.
Perhaps there'll be a part 2 in which they talk to the people who live in that area (yes, there are apartments there) on how their lives have been changed by the influx.
Boston Police report officers were in the process of arresting the passenger in a car pulled over for a traffic violation Saturday evening when they noticed the driver was acting all fidgety. Read more.
The Bay State Banner reports on the proposal, by the BHA, Preservation of Affordable Housing and Madison Park Development Corp. to raze the current 200-unit project off Tremont Street in Roxbury and replace it with 210 low-income apartments, 136 affordable units and 81 to be rented at market rates.
Mayor Walsh talked at a prayer service at the Good Shepherd Church of God in Christ in Roxbury:
Tonight, we pray for victims and their families in Louisiana, in Minnesota, and in Dallas, Texas.
And I join with you in praying that the appropriate authorities will bring true justice in all of these situations.
But I want to start by acknowledging the hurt and the fear people are feeling in Boston.
I want to recognize the trauma in this city and this church. ...