617 Images got an early view of the Marathon finish line this morning.
Teddy Kokoros took in the Greek Independence Day parade in Copley Square today.
Chick-fil-A won permission from the Zoning Board of Appeals today to begin outfitting the Boloco at 569 Boylston St. as a two-story chicken-sandwich emporium. Read more.
Chris Dempsey took in the fun at Copley, where dejected Riverside Line riders, no doubt their ears still ringing about the impending fare hike, had to get off a trolley because it no longer worked.
Roberto shows us the umbrella resting ground for people who try to get across Copley Square on a day like today.
A federal judge today rejected arguments from the operator of a Back Bay garage that even if one of its employees left a large drain hole uncovered, it wasn't liable for a man's injuries when he tripped in it because the hole was so obvious the guy should've known to stay away from it. Read more.
UPDATE: Released on personal recognizance at his arraignment, Suffolk County DA's office reports.
Maybe he meant well, like other people at the rolling rally tossing beers up to Red Sox players, but whatever the intent, Boston Police report a Sandwich resident faces arraignment on charges that include assault and battery with a dangerous weapon for an incident during the parade on Boylston Street in Copley Square around 11:40 a.m.
Officers placed the suspect in custody after observing him throw an unopened can of beer at one of the Duck Boats, striking an adult male party on board. The victim was not injured as a result of the incident.
Lou Merloni reports.
Adam Pieniazek snapped the crumbling going on at the Copley Green Line station yesterday.
Transit Police report arresting Jeremy Pincus, 53, of Westwood, on charges he ground himself against the buttocks of two women, one on the Franklin Line on April 25 and one on the Green Line at Copley on May 2.
Pincus was charged with indecent assault and battery and lewd and lascivious conduct for the two incidents, police say.
Near the fountains on Boylston Street around 7:25 p.m., NBC Boston reports. The homicide unit was called in because of the severity of the victim's injuries.
WBUR reports on a BPD crackdown on skateboarders on Dartmouth Street outside the BPL in Copley Square last Wednesday.
So don't be alarmed when you see tons of BFD trucks in the square. The Boston Fire Department reports it'll be doing a "fire training exercise," starting around 7 a.m. in Copley Square for all the mayors in town for a conference. No word if the mayors will be playing victims in need of BFD rescue or if they'll just be watching.
Matthew Ireland was in Copley Square the other evening.
Copyright Matthew Ireland.
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