The State House News Service summarizes a panel discussion with Rachael Rollins, newly elected Suffolk County DA and Liz Miranda and Nika Elugardo, both elected as state representatives.
Miranda said that as a candidate this year, she felt she was "fighting" against a party that she says should have been helping her.
NBC Boston reports officials shut a polling place at the Haynes House, 735 Shawmut Ave. this afternoon after white powder spilled out of an absentee ballot.
Officials re-opened the polling place about 25 minutes later after determining the powder was baking soda.
Boston Police report arresting Shawn Pedilla, 39, of Roxbury, for a stabbing on Oct. 31 that sent two men to the hospital, one with injuries initially considered life threatening. Read more.
Updated with BPD info.
Boston Police report two men were stabbed around 7:30 p.m. at 70 Cedar St. PCFN reports one of the men was stabbed in the stomach. The homicide unit was called in due to the severity of his injuries.
News @ Northeastern reports on a new pedestrian bridge dropped into place (very, very carefully) over the Northeast Corridor and Orange Line train tracks over the weekend to connect the Fenway and Roxbury parts of the Northeastern campus. It took a week just to assemble the crane that would put the bridge in place.
A man was shot at 20 Rockford St., off Dudley Street, in Roxbury around 4:40 a.m. KMV reports the victim was shot several times and that the homicide unit was called in due to the severity of his injuries.
A non-profit group is proposing a six-story, 52-unit apartment building for senior citizens as part of the Bartlett Place development off Washington and Bartlett streets in Roxbury. Read more.
A report of gunfire around 2:40 p.m. sent Simmons University students and staff rushing into locked classrooms and even closets as Boston and Simmons police rushed to the campus to look for the "active shooter" that Simmons sent out an alert about. Read more.
Transit Police report arresting a man they say an MBTA worker and a security camera both captured kicking in a window at the Mass. Ave. Orange Line stop for what police say was "no apparent reason."
Nicholas Sullivan, 25, was nabbed after the act around 1:25 a.m. on Wednesday, police say.
The Huntington News reports a well meaning Northeastern student gave $60 to a guy at Ruggles who said he needed to get back to New Hampshire. Campus police caught up with him and escorted him off campus.
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