South End

By - 3/5/06 - 1:18 am

He tried to keep two men from walking out the door with stolen goods; instead, he was dragged outside and stabbed in the stomach.

Taken to Brigham and Women, treated for non-life-threatening injury. Both suspects are at large; the stabber was described as black, 6'2" with braided hair, wearing a black jacket and sunglasses.

252 W. Newton St.

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By - 2/22/06 - 11:30 pm

18-year-old taken to local hospital with injury not considered life threatening.

29 Village Ct.

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By - 2/4/06 - 7:57 pm

Four black males who fled in a white Ford station wagon wanted for shooting three young males multiple times. They were transported to BMC with injuries not considered life threatening.

80 W. Newton St.

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By - 1/28/06 - 7:30 pm

One wounded in arm; one in leg. Injuries not life-threatening.

Tremont St. and West Concord St.

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By - 1/7/06 - 4:00 am

Police nab Michael Hasberry of Dorchester on robbery charges after police receive report of fight; may face charges in connection with three similar robberies that night.

50 Berkeley St.

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By - 1/2/06 - 10:37 pm

Boston Police identify addresses by their "patrol districts." In the case of the Lenox Street shootings, even though Lenox Street is in Roxbury, initial BPD reports placed it in the South End because it's part of the South End patrol district, which extends all the way to Melnea Cass Boulevard.

By - 12/29/05 - 11:09 am

The Herald says a fatal shooting happened at 77 Lenox St. in the South End. The Globe says it happened at 77 Lenox St. in Roxbury. Carpundit says the Herald may just be trying to sell papers by stirring up fear in the South End:

By - 11/3/05 - 1:50 pm

The South End News endorsed Susan Passoni in the District 2 race; Menino for Mayor; and Felix Arroyo, Patricia White, Matt O'Malley and Michael Flaherty in the At-Large race. The newspaper does not have a Web site. Here's the editorial:

editorial

Boston City Council endorsements

This year’s crop of candidates for Boston City Council is the strongest we’ve seen in years. Voters are better off for it. When we go to the polls next Tuesday, Nov. 8, we’ll have an opportunity to send new energy, ideas and passion to Boston’s much-maligned City Council.

One of the themes emerging from the At-Large race is that the Council is only as strong as its members make it. Although the Council’s powers technically reside just in its authority to approve the Mayor’s budget, the Council is a powerful bully pulpit from which to push policy ideas and endorse social movements.

By - 1/20/05 - 8:00 pm

Anybody who's ever lived in an apartment can surely sympathize with those poor infected researchers at BU:

... But Moore acknowledged that researchers in the lab had violated policies requiring them to work with tularemia inside an enclosed box, called a hood, that sends air through sophisticated filters.

By - 1/19/05 - 7:48 pm

So Boston University, which keeps telling us Orange Line riders how cute and cuddly its new mega-biolab in the South End will be, sailed through the city regulatory process without publicly disclosing that three BU researchers infected themselves with tularemia, which the CDC calls one of the most infectious pathogenic bacteria known.

As Steve Bailey asks in the Globe: They didn't think we would want to know?

Now, granted, BU says it didn't go public because tularemia can't be spread from person to person. But then it goes and adds that the "researchers had violated procedures intended to protect them from exposure."

Oh, well, no biggie. It's not like researchers at the new facility will be handling some of the most dangerous - and contagious - diseases known to man. Oh, wait, they will.

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BU Medical Center Biosafety Lab - Be sure to hit reload to see all the pictures of smiling people who can't wait for deadly microbes to be imported into the South End.