Eileen Murphy spotted a large bunny heading into the Broadway in South Boston at lunchtime.
Roving UHub photographer George Carroll Jr. reports that at 11:50 p.m. on Thursday, in the cold and rain, he spotted Geoff Applegate maintaining a solo picket outside the Stop & Shop on East Broadway in South Boston. The store wasn't open to the public but, Applegate told Carroll, he was there in case the company tried making a delivery.
The MBTA reports delays on the Red Line due to a train suffering from a mechanical problem at Broadway.
State Police have released this photo of a couple wanted on charges they stole somebody's iPhone at Castle Island yesterday.
If they look familiar, contact Trooper Stephen Taylor at 617-740-7710.
The developer of the Waterside Place residential towers on Congress Street says that after five years, it's been unable to find any start-up incubators or other innovative tenants to lease roughly 3,600 square feet of space it had set aside for "innovation" work space, so it's asking the BPDA to let it lease the space to people the neighborhood actually needs: Veterinarians. Read more.
There's the opening of Sullivan's at Castle Island, of course, but also the day that Richard Mahoney returns to Old Colony Avenue to sell flowers out the back of his van again, Eileen Murphy reports.
The mayor's office announced that come July 1, the cheapest parking meters in the city will set you back $2 an hour - up from the current $1.25 - as part of a bid to reduce street congestion and raise money for road infrastructure projects. Read more.
A South Boston resident posts a photo of the note he found on his windshield this morning - a morning, it might be noted, with not even a speck of snow on the ground.
Boston Police have released a photo of the guy they're looking for some mayhem on Northern Avenue Friday morning that made all the evening news broadcasts thanks to the surfeit of reporters and camera people already in the area for the arraignments at the Moakley Courthouse in the college-admissions araignments. Read more.
WBZ reports on the carnage this afternoon.
The Dorchester Reporter shows us potential changes to South Boston's Moakley Park as part of a "grand vision" proposed by the city that would feature both improvements to its current use as a park and modifications to turn it into a sort of sponge to protect nearby residences during the increased flooding the area will get as sea levels rise.
WCVB reports on the class at the Perry School in South Boston.
Eileen Murphy shows us the new sign in front of the World War II memorial at Castle Island.
NBC Boston reports on the vandalized memorial at Castle Island.
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