Boston Police report they're looking for a guy they say broke into the McDonald's at 301 Warren St. after it had closed for sit-down dining around 12:45 a.m. on Saturday - possibly by climbing in the drive-thru window. Read more.
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McDonald's today sued Boston Market, for the second time, over rent it says the chicken chain owes for subleases at Massachusetts Turnpike rest areas in Framingham, Westborough and Ludlow. Read more.
Boston Police report this guy got steaming mad over the way a worker at the McDonald's at 301 Warren St. in Roxbury prepared his coffee around 12:15 p.m. on Thursday, to the point where he felt he had grounds to shove "a glass encased bakery warmer off the counter, causing it to shatter behind the counter."
If Time for Decaf Guy looks familiar, contact detectives at 617-343-4275 or the anonymous tip line by calling 800-494-TIPS or by texting TIP to CRIME (27463).
The Globe reports the officer was responding to the McDonald's on Hyde Park Avenue on a report of unruly students from nearby Roxbury Prep refusing to leave; he finally got them out, then allegedly followed them up the street calling them racial slurs.
Rocco Giustino spotted this turkey asserting its dominance over an electric car in Dorchester's Polish Triangle today.
Meanwhile, down in Egleston Square, Gio Valencia-Corredor spotted a turkey twosome pondering a McMeal: Read more.
The McDonald's at 1750 Soldiers Field Rd. in Brighton is old. How old? It's so old the franchise owner had to file a formal declaration with the city Landmarks Commission to determine whether it was of any historic interest and possibly worth saving. Read more.
A man walked into the McDonald's on American Legion Highway in Roslindale around 2:45 p.m., ordered some chicken, then grabbed money out of the register and fled. About ten minutes later, a man walked into the McDonald's on Washington Street in Egleston Square and pulled the same stunt. Read more.
Looks like some kiddie got bored with the crayons and coloring pages at the Soldiers Field Road McDonald's on Soldiers Field Road in Brighton and decided to while away the time recreating Will Hunting's work at MIT.
WFXT reports on the picket line that started this morning on Tremont Street downtown.
The McDonald's on Hyde Park Avenue in Hyde Park now has two ordering kiosks, although they haven't fired them up yet.
UPDATE: The restaurant has passed a re-inspection and is open for business again.
A Boston health inspector yesterday shut the McDonald's at 540 Commonwealth Ave. because of a broken sewage drain that left the restaurant's basement covered in the sort of liquid that would pour out of a sewage pipe at a busy burger joint. Read more.
The McDonald's at Washington and Stuart streets closed for good on Friday after 25 years of being the only McDonald's in Boston with Chinese signs and a quasi-pagoda entrance decorated with Chinese-style lanterns.
No word if it's being replaced by a juice bar, which seems to be the thing in Chinatown these days. The Chinese-language Dunkin' Donuts seemed to be doing a thriving business down the street today.
How far we've fallen: Not only do a bunch of Bruins fans in a bar go into foodgasms over a McDonald's hamburger, they don't realize who's feeding it to them. Also, McDonald's is too cheap to get the rights to show the Bruins logo.
Police: Blunt argument, sudden lack of pants gets man arrested at Codman Square McDonald's on Christmas
Boston Police report a man told to leave the Codman Square McDonald's Christmas morning because he was rolling a blunt on a table came back awhile later and began loudly cursing out customers and employees.
In addition to the stream of profanities, the suspect dropped his pants in the middle of the store and began exposing himself to all inside.
The smallish Tedeschi on Comm. Ave. at Harvard plans to move into the Kelly's Roast Beef space across Harvard.
The move, which will require approval of the Zoning Board of Appeals, prompted the owner of the McDonald's franchise on Harvard Avenue to seek city permission to extend his closing hour from 2 to 3 a.m., at a Boston Licensing Board hearing today.
Police, DA: McDonald's shotgun robbers may have pulled same thing last month, oh, and their gun was fake
Two Dorchester men who allegedly used a shotgun and a handgun to hold up the McDonald's at 146 Tremont St. early this morning were ordered held on $100,000 bail each at their arraignment on charges of armed robbery while masked, kidnapping, and assault and battery in Boston Municipal Court, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports.
Boston Police report Andre Nesbeth and Mason McKoy, both 26, may face additional charges:
And then promptly proceed to get themselves arrested. WCVB reports on the holdup shortly after midnight.
Down in Bridgewater, police report:
9/17/14 6:11pm A&B-MCDONALDS Employee reports being assaulted by having fish sandwich thrown at him. Wants ambulance because he is allergic.
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