Two awoken citizens filed complaints early this morning about loud kids playing hoops at the Sumner School on Basile Street in Roslindale, and by morning they mean through at least 3:15 a.m. Read more.
Citizen complaint of the day: Never mind coronavirus, kids shouldn't be playing basketball at the Sumner School at 3 in the morning
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Parents and neighbors descended on the Sumner School in Roslindale today to help set up a temporary play set to replace the one burned in an arson fire this past May, until a more permanent playground can be built. Read more.
BPS officials promised students at the Sumner School in Roslindale today that their arson-ravaged playground would be rebuilt in time for the opening of school in September.
At a ceremony at which kids thanked the firefighters of Ladder 16 and Engine 53 in Roslindale for keeping the fire from spreading, officials praised the kids for their reaction to the fire - they raised $277.45 in a lemon-aid sale - and parents and local businesses, who have so far kicked in more than $60,000. Read more.
Updated with info that one of the suspects is not a kid.
Boston Police report arresting a 23-year-old man and two teens on arson charges for a May 23 fire that destroyed most of the playground equipment at the Sumner School on Basile Street in Roslindale. Read more.
Parents of students at Roslindale's Sumner School and people who work there have started a fundraiser to replace the playground equipment that somebody torched on Monday. Read more.
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UPDATE: The Boston Fire Department reports somebody set the Sumner School playground on fire. Read more.
Yesterday afternoon at the Sumner School on Basile Street. In the Keep Roslindale Quirky Facebook group, Chris Kollett reports the damage appears limited to part of the platform for one slide.
Somebody set a playground on fire in West Roxbury.