So far tonight, burst pipes caused by the sudden freeze have forced three hospitals to send patients elsewhere, left Wang Theatre patrons out in the cold, angrily yelling to be let back in, and flooded a floor at the Prudential Center mall. Read more.
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Boston Police report a man shot outside Moxy, 240 Tremont St. in the Theater District, on Dec. 11 has died. Read more.
Live Boston reports one person was stabbed at Venu, 100 Warrenton St. in the Theater District, late Sunday night and that several brawls erupted after police arrived.
The stabbing was a week after one person was shot, another stabbed outside Moxy, also in the Theater District.
Update: The shooting victim, Branden Barrett, 34, of South Weymouth, died several days later. Police are looking for his killer.
One person was shot outside Moxy on Tremont Street at Stuart Street around 9:10 p.m. The homicide unit and the DA's office were called in due to the seriousness of the shooting victim's injuries. Read more.
Police hunt guy they say punched a man to the pavement outside Theater District club, then fled on a private bus
Boston Police have released photos of a man wanted for a closing-time attack in the Theater District they say sent his victim to the hospital for emergency brain surgery earlier this month. Read more.
Boston Police report arresting a Dorchester man on charges he stabbed four men at Tremont and Stuart streets around 2:10 a.m. - leaving one with injuries so bad the homicide unit was called in just in case. Read more.
A federal judge today sentencing Louis Coleman, 36, of Providence, to life in prison without the possibility of parole for kidnapping Jassy Correia in the Theater District on Feb. 24, 2019, raping her and then strangling her to death, the US Attorney's office in Boston reports. Read more.
The Boston Licensing Board today approved a proposal by El Jefe's Taqueria to extend the closing time at its Emerson location, at Boylston and Tremont streets, to 2 a.m. Read more.
A federal jury today convicted Louis Coleman of kidnapping resulting in the death of Jassy Correia of Dorchester in 2019 - a verdict that could mean life in prison when he's sentenced on Sept. 22.
First Assistant US Attorney Joshua Levy said: Read more.
Live Boston reports people began fleeing Theater District clubs in a hurry early Sunday after a report of possible gunfire inside Venu on Warrenton Street.
No shell casings or other evidence of gunfire were found after the 1:30 a.m. incident. Still, Venu and nearby clubs were evacuated to allow for police sweeps, and after people "ran for cover after reports of shots fired inside of one of the clubs."
Boston Police have released photos of women wanted for a double stabbing at Stuart and Warrenton streets around 2:20 a.m. on April 20.
If you recognize any of the women, you can contact detectives at 617-343-4248, or the anonymous tip line by calling 800-494-TIPS or by texting TIP to CRIME (27463).
Roofie madness: Board hears four more cases of possible drink tampering, bars take steps, some ER docs not doing toxicology scans
Update: Board rules all of the bars did what they could and should have and have taken steps to try to keep it from happening again, so no violations.
The Boston Licensing Board this week held hearings on four more possible cases involving tampered drinks given to women - one at a bar in an incident that was just a week after another possible drugging there. Read more.
A Quincy man who refused to wear a mask at one of Chris Rock's performances at the Wilbur Theatre last night was arrested after allegedly attacking two theater staffers, his own father and a Boston Police officer, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports. Read more.
On what was already looking to be a slow night due to the brutal cold and the (equally brutal) Pats game, the first night of Boston's requirement that people show proof of at least one Covid-19 shot at public indoor spaces did not go well at all, promoter Ace Gershfield reports from at Venu in the Theater District. Read more.
Boston Police report arresting two men from Hyannis on charges they used a gun loaded with ten bullets to threaten somebody in an altercation in the Tufts Medical Center garage on Tremont Street early Sunday. Read more.
Facing facts: Police say thieves in downtown Boston and Chinatown using phone facial recognition to unlock the phones they've just stolen
Eversource wins approval for new Theater District transformers, but with warning to clean up its properties elsewhere in the city
The Zoning Board of Appeal today approved Eversource's plans to replace a parking lot next to its Warrenton Street substation with two new transformers - with room for a third - but only after board Chairwoman Christine Araujo told the company it needs to do something about the sad state of its properties elsewhere in Boston, in particular in Roxbury and West Roxbury. Read more.
Man who shot newly returned Afghanistan vet to death still a murderer, just not a first-degree one, court rules
The Supreme Judicial Court today upheld a man's murder verdict for the shooting death of Stephen Perez in the Theater District in 2012, but reduced his sentence from first degree to second degree, which means he could one day apply for parole. Read more.
Emerson to rent most of the W Hotel for student housing; says it will tell any students who show up with Covid-19 symptoms to go back home
Emerson College says it wants to rent nine of the currently shuttered W Hotel's eleven floors as part of its Covid-19 "de-densification" plans. Read more.
A chandelier at Icon, 100 Warrenton St., fell from the ceiling shortly before closing on Dec. 14, injuring at least two women, both of whom got themselves to local hospitals to get checked out. Read more.
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