The Boston Licensing Board today approved a food-serving license for V!Healthy, which plans to serve smoothies at 4166 Washington St. in Roslindale. Read more.
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This morning, John snapped the latest example of a driver plowing into a building in Roslindale Square, on South Street just past the curve from Washington Street, although the damage was nowhere near as severe as the last time somebody did that.
The Zoning Board of Appeal today unanimously approved a developer's plans to replace a block of stores next to the Roslindale Square municipal building with a 31-unit apartment building with room for two of the current businesses. Read more.
With change in zoning-board members, developer tries again to win approval for Roslindale Square apartment building with no parking; says most of the units now will be affordable
A developer that originally proposed a 31-unit apartment building at 4198 Washington St. in Roslindale Square that would have 13 affordable units but no on-site parking says it can now guarantee that 19 of the units would be affordable. Read more.
In 1946, Warren Favor snapped this photo from South Street around to Washington Street and the Rialto Theatre. Read more.
Robert Orthman reports work is ongoing in the half of the Corinth Street building that a driver smashed into early Sunday. Read more.
A GoFundMe set up by Roslindale resident Chris Lang has already gotten $26,000 in pledges to help the barbershop, threading salon and nine other businesses destroyed or shut yesterday when somebody drove into their Corinth Street building yesterday morning. Read more.
Update: GoFundMe set up for the ruined businesses.
The Boston Fire Department reports a driver plowed into Threading for Beauty and Sebastian's Barber Shop on Corinth Street, just around the corner from Belgrade Avenue in Roslindale, this morning, destroying the businesses and taking out a good part of the building. Read more.
Gregory Laham, who found way to keep his Roslindale pharmacy thriving amidst onslaught of chains, dies at 73
Sullivan's Pharmacy on Corinth Street in Roslindale Square will be closed Monday morning so that employees can attend the burial of owner Gregory Laham, who transformed what had been a basic neighborhood drugstore into a supplier of specialized prescriptions and medical equipment able to stay open even as chains forced the shutdown of other independent pharmacies across the state. Read more.
People lined up on South Street in Roslindale today for the open house at the Bay State Model Railroad Museum, what will once again be a twice-yearly event where museum members get to show off their O, HO and N-gauge trains and layouts to the public. Read more.
Birch Street Bistro announced this morning its closing forever on Saturday, after 19 years.
A developer's proposal to replace the old Folsom Funeral Home at 59-63 Belgrade Ave. with a four-story, 31-unit apartment building won a go-ahead today from the Zoning Board of Appeal, which approved it 6-1. Read more.
The Substation in Roslindale Square formally opened today, starting with a performance by Musiconnects overlooking Adams Park. Read more.
On second try, with some parking added, plan to replace Roslindale repair garage with condos, stores is approved
The Zoning Board of Appeal today approved Juan Chavez's latest plan to replace his Moreno collision shop with a four-story building with six condos and ground-floor commercial space - and four parking spaces. Read more.
A Roslindale resident reports spending a minute this morning tearing down some anti-Semitic fliers posted at the Corinth Street bus stop in Roslindale Square.
They popped up a few days after a racist went around screaming about Asian-Americans, first at the city animal shelter on Mahler Road, then at the owner of a comedy club on Basile Street.
Courtney Pong, owner of the Rozzie Square Theater on Basile Street, reports what happened today during auditions for the ComedySportz Boston troupe she runs there: Read more.
A developer has proposed replacing the Folsom Funeral Home, 59-63 Belgrade Ave. in Roslindale, with a four-story, 31-unit apartment building. Read more.
Nick Elias recounts his days working at Sight and Sound, on Corinth Street and Poplar Street in Rozzie Square, at first as one of George Aymie's employees, later as a partner: Read more.
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