A public meeting is planned for this month to discuss the latest proposal for new housing on Geneva Avenue. The project — dubbed “Bedrock Geneva”— will convert what is now a single-family homeon an oversized lot into a five-story building with 27 units... Read more
Terrance Roberson sat motionless in the front seat of his friend’s black 2001 Honda Civic as fire trucks and police vehicles encircled the car, sirens blaring. Phone wires and electricity cables hissed on the roof over his head and snaked down the... Read more
About fifty Dorchester residents joined Police Commissioner William Evans, Capt. Tim Connolly and police officers from Boston Police C-11 District to click on flashlights for a half-hour walk around the neighborhood on Tuesday night.
Striking... Read more
A man spent more than 40 minutes trapped in his car Friday evening after a utility pole collapsed, falling on his car and bringing live wires down with it on Erie Street at Washington Street.
The incident happened almost three years to the day... Read more
The Boston Licensing Board on Thursday considers a proposal for a package store that would specialize in beer and wine from "exotic" locales, in particular the Caribbean and Cape Verde.
Joel Nunez's proposed Nunez Liquors, 114 Washington St.,... Read more
The Boston Licensing Board voted Thursday to let Levi's Restaurant, 323 Washington St., add cocktails and hard liquor to the beer and wine it was already allowed to serve.
The move means residents who want to unwind with something stronger than... Read more
An East Boston man had bail set at $2,500 Monday on charges related to the loaded gun and "high-capacity feeding device" police say they found in the trunk of his car after a traffic stop early Saturday at Columbia Road and Washington Street.
At... Read more
A fire called in around 4:05 p.m. did an estimated $50,000 in damage to a 16-unit apartment building at 137 Columbia Rd., the Boston Fire Department reports.
The department says the cause of the fire remains under investigations. There were no... Read more