Karen was among the thousands lining the banks of the Charles to watch the annual Head of the Charles Regatta today.
Around 8:05 p.m., at Talbot and Southern avenues, although police found him around the corner on Whitfield Street.
Two years ago, we reported on this South Shore witch who had the power to divine immigrants and who would flash signs - while driving next to them - demanding to see their green cards. Turns out she's still at it. Ryl Lei reports on her Friday commute and an encounter at a stop light in Braintree: Read more.
An outraged citizen with two sons at the Joyce Kilmer School on Baker Street files a 311 complaint: Read more.
Several shots were fired shortly after 10 p.m. on Draper Street midway between Bowdoin and Homes. Two vehicles hit.
B2 Beighlie watched the scene unfold outside the management office at Stony Brook Common in Roslindale today.
Andy Metzger sums up Charlie on the MBTA, from the halcyon days of the 2015 blizzards to today.
Mayor Walsh and a local philanthropic family are starting a fund to provide financial support to Boston students at certain local colleges who are nearing graduation but who might be forced to drop out because of financial hardships. Read more.
The Crimson rips the lid off the story: Not all Harvard students really want to see a football game and are trying to earn some bucks by selling their Game tickets even though they're not supposed to. Prices have gone up because Fenway has assigned seats, unlike when the Game is at the Stadium. Deans have gotten involved; students are being warned they face possible disciplinary action.
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