A roving UHub photographer watched as a couple of possible 'grammers got themselves up to the top of the Boston Harbor Hotel today and took some pictures, then got themselves down without plunging to the ground: Read more.
First responder tends to one victim. Photo by Live Boston.
Victim identified as Jeanica Julce, 27, of Somerville.
Live Boston reports seven people were rescued from Boston Harbor early this morning after a crash near Castle Island around 3 a.m. - all taken to local hospitals with varying injuries, although none considered life threatening. Read more.
The Massachusetts Appeals Court ruled today that the state can decide whether to force the owners of condos at Commercial Wharf to abandon the wharf space they now use for parking, because they never received a formal state license to use the waterfront land for stowing cars. Read more.
How do you unload a crane larger than the cranes you have?
A Chinese ship docked at the Conley Terminal in South Boston this morning carrying three big cranes that will let larger cargo ships dock at the terminal in South Boston once they're installed and operating later this year. Andrew Morrison captured the ship from the new Homewood Suites on Summer Street. Read more.
The Boston Fire Department reports a small craft anchored in Boston Harbor near Rowes Wharf burst into flames late this afternoon. BFD and Massport fire crews doused the flames with harbor water, then towed what was left of the boat to the dock to make sure they could cool hot spots to keep them from re-erupting into flames. Read more.
The MBTA announced today that it'll be using some of that sweet federal stimmy to resume the Charlestown and Hingham ferries it had canceled in January because of Covid-19-related lack of demand, starting May 22. Read more.
Rendering by SGA of the view from the Reserved Channel.
A developer has filed plans with the BPDA to add four floors to the top of an existing and long three-story building at the end of Black Falcon Pier in the Raymond Flynn Marine Industrial Park on the South Boston Waterfront. Read more.