Masshole smashes bus window after bus driver honks at him for blocking access to South Boston bus stop, police say
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The family of Robinson Lalin, dragged to his death by a Red Line train leaving Broadway station last April, today sued the MBTA, alleging recklessness and wanton misconduct. Read more.
Four charged with slicing, tasing, beating man on the Red Line in robbery attempt; one also charged for crowbar beatings, robberies on the Green Line
Two men and two women face charges that they broke a Red Line rider's nose, sliced his jacket and tased him during a robbery attempt on a Red Line train in the tunnel between Broadway and South Station shortly before 7:30 p.m. on Jan. 25, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports. Read more.
Northern Ireland sports star who'd hoped to make his name here now faces charges he stomped a man outside a South Boston bar
A Gaelic football star from Northern Ireland who moved to South Boston earlier this year was arraigned today on charges he punched and then kicked a man outside the Lincoln Tavern so hard the man could lose a kidney. Read more.
"Just your ordinary AM line for the 7, " RDavejshea reports this morning from South Boston, wondering if some of that sweet free-fare action might alleviate the sidewalk congestion caused by all the people trying to use the T.
Man was dragged to his death on the Red Line because a door safety mechanism failed, federal investigators say
WBZ reports the NTSB says Robinson Lalin was getting off the Red Line at Broadway around 12:30 a.m. on Sunday when his arm was trapped by a door and he was dragged to his death.
As federal investigators arrive, family of man who died when dragged by a Red Line train wants answers
WCVB talks to the family of Robinson Lalin, a father of two who died early Sunday when his arm got stuck in the door of an older 1500-series train inbound at Broadway station and was then dragged to his death.
Federal agency that investigated Green Line crash to return to investigate how man was dragged to his death on the Red Line
Boston 25 reports the National Transportation Safety Board will help with the investigation into how a man was dragged to his death early Sunday when his arm got stuck in a Red Line car door at Broadway and the train then dragged him to this death.
Board investigators were last in Boston last year to investigate how one trolley plowed into another on Commonwealth Avenue.
A man who got his arm stuck in Red Line train doors just before it left Broadway early this morning was pulled into the tunnel and to his death, according to a communication from the T to employees today.
WHDH reports emergency crews responded to the station around 12:30 a.m.
Michael Spicher took in the return of the St. Patrick's parade down Broadway, after two years of cancellations due to Covid- 19. Read more.
Man on the Red Line asks guy to stop leaning into him; guy pulls out one of his two knives and threatens to stab him, police say
A was among the passengers who were not entranced at Broadway when an inbound train began to smoke shortly after 2 p.m.
The T reports the train was taken out of service and given a stern talking to.
The Boston Licensing Board next week hears a proposal for a Taco Bell Cantina at 449 West Broadway in Perkins Square - a long vacant gap between two other buildings. Read more.
Two cars hit a tunnel sidewall. The MBTA reports it's now running shuttles between JFK/UMass and Park Street.
Closeup of the damage. And a closeup of a bit of the station or wall embedded in the train.
South Boston restaurant blames lazy handout-taking lardasses for its staffing shortages, not its own pay rates
Amrheins on West Broadway is blaming government handouts for how long it's taking its customers to get their food these days.
Amrheins is slated to be reborn as a much smaller cafe-style eatery when its block is turned into a life-sciences research building. In 2019, the developers planning that building paid Amrheins owner Stephen Mulrey $16.5 million for the current building and parking lot, according to Suffolk County Registry of Deeds records.
Eileen Murphy reports she found this well maintained mandolin in a case on East Broadway in South Boston yesterday. She says she'll be dropping it off at District C-6 this morning.
The Boston Fire Department reports that a driver crashed into McGoo's Pizzeria on West Broadway at Dorchester Street around 1 a.m. The driver was taken to the hospital and six residents of the building had to be evacuated. Firefighters used a load-bearing column to shore up the building until it could be inspected and repaired.
Developers propose West Broadway office building in plan that would preserve Amrheins, but in a smaller space
The Matteson Companies and GFI Partners today filed plans with the BPDA to build an eight-story R&D building on what is now the Amrheins parking lot on West Broadway - and the single-story part of Amrheins, while saving the four-story apartment building housing the rest of Amrheins. Read more.
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