The Dig has photos from yesterday's rally.
What the MBTA described as a signal problem turned out to be a trolley derailment just after Copley Square outbound that left passengers on that train and two trains behind it stuck in the tunnel. Read more.
The BPDA board this afternoon will vote on spending $100,000 for a consultant to recommend ways to turn Dartmouth Street between the BPL main library and the Copley Square park into a permanent mall for pedestrians and bicyclists - with space set aside for a lane for emergency vehicles. Read more.
Huntington Avenue between Brigham Circle and Gainsborough Street and Boylston Street in Copley Square will keep their dedicated bus lanes, city officials announced today. Read more.
Man forgets backpack at Copley T stop, but is arrested when he goes to retrieve it - because of the high-powered gun inside, police say
Boston Streets Chief Jascha Franklin-Hodge reports contractors began laying down the stencils and paint tonight to create bus lanes down Boylston Street in Copley Square as the first set of temporary bus lanes for the charter buses that will move between Orange Line stations when the trains stop running for a month at 9 p.m. on Friday.
We’re marking around Copley Square now, and moving on to Government Center over the next few nights.
The T reminds Green Line riders that it's shutting down the ol' E Line between Copley and Heath between Aug. 6 and Aug. 21 to make improvements, including sprucing up the tracks it didn't get to the last time it shut the line. Riders who'd rather not just walk from Back of the Hill to Copley Square can instead ride the 39 bus, the T says.
The MBTA reports a trolley with an embarrassing door problem at Copley is messing up service on the Green Line. "Trains may be asked to stand by at stations," along with, presumably, their passengers.
Erica Mattison was among the scores of bicyclists yesterday evening in Copley Square who set off for the first Boston Bike Party in a long time.
The Fort Pointer captured the procession through the Seaport (and, yes, one of the Seaport's Lambo drivers making the rounds): Read more.
Mayor, federal prosecutor vow to bring charges against Nazis for attack on man in Copley Square - once they can ID them
Mayor Wu and US Attorney Rachael Rollins vowed today to prosecute white supremacists they say attacked a gay, Black man who had the misfortune of walking onto Dartmouth Street just as they were marching to the Back Bay Orange Line stop for a ride out of town on Saturday. Read more.
Nazi brownpants with riot shields parade through Boston after members pulled out of clown-car U-Haul in Idaho
Update: They even used a U-Haul in Boston, but to haul away their riot shields.
Twonickels sums up the scene in Copley Square this afternoon: Read more.
Boston Police have released photos of a man wanted for aggravated assault during a Celtics watch party in Copley Square Park around 11:30 p.m. on June 10. Read more.
At 10:38 p.m., Frank Solensky posted a photo of hundreds of people watching the Celtics play on a wicked big screen in Copley Square. Read more.
Back Bay to get restaurant serving food until 1:30 a.m.; quieter space to replace rowdy, now defunct club
The Boston Licensing Board today approved plans to replace the former Storyville club in the Copley Square Hotel at Exeter Street and Huntington Avenue with a restaurant aimed at what its lawyer said was "an older, more sophisticated crowd" only out to "enjoy food," not bring the house down. Read more.
Emulsion Mike was walking through Copley Square last night when he noticed that the statue of Art outside the main library had a new sign (with several similar signs at her base).
The Boston Sun reports on a "fast casual" Italian restaurant proposed for the Copley Place mall that specializes in chicken pahm.
Boylston and Newbury streets and the Public Garden were awash in blue and yellow this afternoon as people marched to show their support for Ukraine. Read more.
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