The Dorchester Reporter reports a guy who was arrested last month for allegedly breaking into a Dot. Avenue restaurant and other places was released on bail and is now back to criming up Fields Corner.
Transit Police report arresting a Quincy man they say ended an argument that began on a train heading to Ashmont by stabbing his opponent in the stomach as the train pulled into Fields Corner shortly before 11:45 p.m on Sunday. Read more.
Developer Robert Raimondi today filed plans with the BPDA to replace a small commercial building and a parking lot at 1320 Dorchester Ave., at Ellsworth Street, with a six-story building with 80 studio apartments. Read more.
The city today announced a pilot program in which workers at businesses in the Main street districts in Nubian Square, Hyde/Jackson Square in Jamaica Plain, Mission Hill, East Boston and Fields Corner can sign up for CharlieCards preloaded with $60 of value and two-month Bluebikes passes. Read more.
The Zoning Board of Appeal today approved developer Travis Lee's plans for a 29-unit apartment building at 1463-1469 Dorchester Avenue, next to the Fields Corner T stop, in which all the units will be rented as affordable and ownership of which local residents will be able to buy into. Read more.
A Suffolk Superior Court judge this week ordered Anthony Nicholes, 50, continue to be held without bail on a second-degree murder charge for the stabbing death of Onell Colon on Adams Street in Dorchester on July 3. Read more.
Boston Police report arresting a man they say used a box cutter to hold up somebody on Adams Street in Dorchester last night - only to find the victim had just a quarter - and then punched another person who refused to give him any money at all. Read more.
A man charged with fatally stabbing Onell Colon at the Domino's on Adams Street in Dorchester on July 3 was tracked to Long Beach, CA, where, Boston Police report, Boston and Long Beach officers arrested him on Friday. Read more.
A small group of Trump supporters protested at an event to commemorate the end of slavery today at Town Field Park in Fields Corner. They were drowned out and the Juneteenth speakers continued their speeches. One of the Trumpies was escorted away by police. Read more.