The MBTA reports things are back to what passes for hunky dory on the Red Line now that they've disposed of a train with a "mechanical problem" at Fields Corner, so the governor should have no problems as she takes a ride on the Red Line at 12:30 to show her concern about T issues - from Park Street to South Station, from which she is supposed to walk to the T operations center on High Street, which, based on the continuing extra time between trains on the Red Line, is still understaffed.
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Boston Police report arresting a Roxbury woman on charges she stabbed another woman in the stomach during a fight at Geneva Avenue and Park Street in Dorchester around 5 p.m. on Wednesday. Read more.
The Dorchester Reporter reports.
Update: Victim identified as Christian Thistle-Kavanaugh, 21, of Dorchester.
A man was shot at 482 Geneva Ave., near Charles Street, shortly before 10:30 p.m. Boston Police report he was taken to a local hospital, where he died, in Boston's third murder of the weekend. Read more.
Man charged with sexually attacking child at Dorchester festival on Saturday; also allegedly got on all fours and barked at two dogs
A Dorchester man told by police to leave the Little Saigon Cultural District's Night Market on Dorchester Avenue Saturday night for being drunk returned an hour later and grabbed a child by the shoulders and kissed the little kid, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports. Read more.
DA: Guy who crashed carjacked vehicle in Dorchester after high-speed chase had just been released on probation for Fields Corner crime spree
A man who had been released on probation just two weeks ago rather than going to jail for a series of crimes in Fields Corner was back in court today for arraignment on a variety of charges stemming from a car crash at Morrissey Boulevard and Freeport Street yesterday. Read more.
Fields Corner bakery hopes to replace the liquor license it gave up at the height of the pandemic; would use it to restart evening events
As the pandemic decimated the restaurant business, Home.Stead Bakery and Cafe in Fields Corner gave up its liquor license to try to save some money. Read more.
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 they've recovered the saxophone stolen from a BPS student at Fields Corner last month. They add:
A 59 year old male resident of Dorchester will face charges relative to this incident.
Transit Police are seeking the public's help to find a guy who stole a high-school student's $3,000 saxophone as she waited for an outbound Red Line train at Fields Corner last month. Read more.
Boston Police report arresting a Roxbury man at his Geneva Avenue store on charges related to the $500,000 in stolen merchandise they say he was selling out of the shop. Read more.
The Dorchester Reporter surveys the making of Little Saigon, the stretch of Dorchester Avenue in Fields Corner that is now on its third generation of Vietnamese-American residents.
Developer proposes 80 small studio apartments on Dorchester Avenue on the line between Fields and Glovers Corners
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.
Boston Police report officers with a search warrant teamed up with the MSPCA yesterday to rescue five "endangered" pit bulls from 5 Toledo Terrace - where a man was shot on Wednesday. Read more.
Live Boston reports a man was shot around 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday on Toledo Terrace at Arcadia Street in Dorchester. Injuries not considered life threatening.
The Dorchester Reporter reports on the opening of the new Price Rite in Fields Corner, with an owner and landlord whose Dorchester market roots go back decades.
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.
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