Sometime last week, a Suffolk County prosecutor says, Mark Regan died in his bed at 105 Perham St. when his son, also named Mark Regan, fired several shots into him.
The younger Regan, 33, was ordered held without bail today at his arraignment in West Roxbury District Court.
Assistant District Attorney David Fredette said the younger Regan was seen at his father's house Wednesday, two...Read more
Mark Regan, 33, was arrested overnight on charges of murdering his adoptive father, also named Mark Regan, in his 105 Perham St. home, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports.
Police discovered the elder Regan's body yesterday after somebody called them to ask for a well being check on him.
The younger Regan is scheduled for arraignment on Monday in West Roxbury District...Read more
For our Jewish friends: The Bruegger's on VFW Parkway in West Roxbury has green plain bagels.Read more
Boston Restaurant Talk reports Mangia Neopolitan Pizza is looking to move into the space recently vacated by Parlour Pizza, which slightly less recently replaced the Upper Crust franchise on Centre Street.
What could make Mangia different from its predecessors in the space is that, in addition to pizza, it also serves frozen yogurt....Read more
A concerned citizen complains about the parking habits seen on Centre Street in West Roxbury at lunchtime today:
Left car in traffic - in front of a fire hydrant, walked down to post office. 7292 MR Lexus.
So, that would be: Parking in front of a hydrant, parking too far from the curb and obstructing traffic. It's the West Roxbury trifecta!...Read more
The Boston Bibliophile reports Seek Books on Centre Street is shutting down:
I've just about fallen in love with Asimov, the beautiful white bookstore cat, and Jeff and I have made afternoons of visiting West Roxbury- lunch, stops at other shops along Centre Street, a cupcake at Sugar Bakery- every now and then. We found a lot of treasures at Seek, which specializes in...Read more
Ghassan Samaha, owner of Al Wadi on VFW Parkway in West Roxbury, explained to the Boston Licensing Board today why he wants to begin offering hard liquor along with the beer and wine he's already licensed to offer: His restaurant has a lot of Italian, Irish and Russian patrons, and when they hear the hardest stuff they can get is wine, they'd rather drink water....Read more
A concerned citizen in West Roxbury complains that the Quincy guy who plastered the neighborhood with fliers advertising gutter cleaning this past summer has returned and plastered the neighborhood with fliers advertising ice-dam removal. Guess he doesn't know about cost-effective Globe Direct advertising....Read more
The Boston Licensing Board decides tomorrow whether to let Diarmuid O'Neill buy the West Roxbury Pub on Centre Street and turn it into a new restaurant and pub called Eat with Jack O'Neill.
At a hearing today, the proposed $250,000 purchase got the approval of city officials and West Roxbury neighborhood and business groups. O'Neill, who owns the Squealing Pig in Brigham Circle, said...Read more
A concerned citizen complains about this example of sidewalk parking on Johnson Street in suburban West Roxbury:
Car consistently parked on sidewalk even blocking entrances to house. Isn't this a fire hazard? Also people can't walk on the sidewalk & have to cross or walk in street.
The city transportation sprang into action, rushing out to ticket that bad boy.
The West Roxbury Bulletin reports the owner of the West Roxbury Pub has sold the place to Diarmuid O'Neill, who plans to remake it into Eat with Jack O'Neill.
The Boston Licensing Board considers the sale at a hearing next Wednesday.
The Palladinos - Steven, Lori and Gregory - all pleaded guilty today to running a multi-million-dollar fraud scheme from atop their Centre Street ice-cream shop.
In exchange for pleading guilty in Suffolk Superior Court, Steven Palladino got 10 to12 years in state prison, followed by five years' probation, during which he's supposed to try to make restitution. Son Gregory got two years in county...Read more
Members of the Albanian Cultural Sports Association of West Roxbury pleaded with the Boston Licensing Board today to forgive it for a fight that left the floor of its new clubhouse covered in blood and littered with smashed glassware and bottles.
A club member told the board the man most severely injured in the Sept. 22 incident has forgiven his attackers - and succeeded...Read more