Developers this week signaled their formal intent to replace a parking lot next to the Mattapan Square trolley station with a two-building, 144-unit mixed-income development. Read more.
The Dorchester Reporter reports on warnings being sent to operators of unlicensed stations in Dorchester and Mattapan.
Around 11:15 p.m. at West Selden Street and Woodale Avenue. At least one house hit.
Not long after, a person showed up at a local emergency room with what appeared to be cuts from glass shattered by the gunfire.
Around 4:25 p.m. on Woolson Street near Blue Hill Avenue. A car was hit.
A disgusted citizen files a complaint about the post-Fourth condition of Walker Playground off Norfolk Street in Mattapan:
Fireworks reminants all over basketball and park. Courts damaged. Litter everywhere.
Boston Police report a man, believed to be in his 30s, was shot around 6:30 p.m. at 1357 Blue Hill Ave., at Walk Hill Street. He was taken to a local hospital, where he was pronounced dead.
MassDOT reports that ridership on the only only-in-Boston commuter rail line increased 25% during the first of two fare-free weeks in May - and 44% the second week - but then dropped back down to normal light levels when the fares came back.
J'Cynda Sales, a teller at the Citizens Bank branch on Blue Hill Avenue in Mattapan Square, admitted yesterday that she drained a customer's account of the money over a six-month period, the US Attorney's office reports. Read more.
The Boston Fire Department reports firefighters responded to 48 Hazelton St. at 7 a.m. for a fire that did an estimated $400,000 in damage to that house and the one next door.
No injuries reported; 13 people were displaced. The cause is under investigation, the department reports.
The Bulletin reports the river has incredibly high levels of both the sort of bacteria usually found with human waste and toxic PCBs - which is why the owner of the shopping plaza on the Hyde Park/Mattapan line hasn't put in the riverside restaurant he once wanted to.
Hubway will add more than 70 bike-rental stations over the next two years to the 127 it already operates in Boston, under a new contract with the city of Boston, Mayor Walsh's office said today. Read more.
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