Around 11:55 p.m., Friday, at the Burger King parking lot at 885 Cummins Highway.
Investigators are looking for the driver of a dark blue or black Chrysler 300 that they've identified as the one that slammed into Pierre Desir on Morton Street early Saturday and then just kept driving early on May 26. Read more.
WBZ reports a Boston firefighter who claims he was injured in a fatal 2016 fire on Babson Street in Mattapan has dropped his negligence lawsuit against the dentist who owned the house after the station reported the city was continuing to pay the firefighter's salary and medical expenses - as required by state law.
State Police are now looking for a dark-colored sedan, possibly an older Accord, that now has serious front-end damage - including missing a headlight - to find the driver they say hit Pierre Desir on Morton Street early Saturday and then just kept driving, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports. Read more.
UPDATE: Victim identified as Pierre Desir.
State Police report a pedestrian was struck and killed on Morton Street near Fuller Street around midnight by a driver who just kept on going west on Morton.
State Police say they victim, a man, 40, was declared dead at the scene.
Boston Police say they're determined to end problems by daytime drinkers congregating outside Mattapan Square liquor stores downing the nips and single cans of beer they've just bought, and are now about a month into a crackdown that they say so far is working. Read more.
The Boston Fire Department reports a fire that broke out at 27 Ormond St. in Mattapan shortly before 11 a.m. caused an estimated $100,000 in damage and displaced nine residents.
There were no injuries, the department says, adding the cause of the fire, which was contained to the rear of the first floor, is under investigation.
A private video company was able to recover images from a burned surveillance system that showed a cook using a can of Sterno to light up Flames, 663 Morton St. in Mattapan, early on Dec. 15, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports. Read more.
Boston Police report a man getting ready to mow his lawn in the area of Mattapan Street and Fottler Road in Mattapan yesterday afternoon discovered a silver gun lying in the grass.
Upon arrival officers observed the silver, Cobra Enterprises CA .380 Pistol on the ground in the back-yard. Detectives from District B-3 (Mattapan) responded to the scene and took custody of the firearm.
The Dorchester Reporter surveys the scene at the Pit Stop, the barbecue place on Morton Street in Mattapan.
Firefighters were at 9 Duke St. in Mattapan tonight when Ladder 10's ladder. No firefighters were on the ladder at the time. Read more.
Boston Police report drug-unit officers investigating possible drug sales in the area of the apartment building at 876 Cummins Highway, at the corner of Rexford Street, raided an apartment there yesterday evening and arrested five Mattapan residents and seized crack cocaine and other drugs and a loaded gun. Read more.
UPDATE, 3/31: The restaurant passed a re-inspection on March 30 and can re-open.
A city health inspector yesterday ordered Edu and Den's, 643 River St., shut for a series of violations that included ample evidence of a rodent infestation, improper dish cleaning and bags of construction mortar and joint compound being stored with food. Read more.
A Suffolk Superior Court jury yesterday found Abdullah Yasin, 24, of Jamaica Plain, guilty of second-degree murder and assault and battery with a dangerous weapon for the 2016 stomping and shooting death of Chaz Burton at a River Street party, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports. Read more.
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