Fields Corner

Lily Handy entered her freshman year at Boston Arts Academy (BAA), which has been in Fields Corner on Charles Street for the last several years, with the highest of expectations three years ago. The most recent in a long line of family members who had... Read more
Introducing Pho Hoa featuring Anh Hong Restaurant Two powerhouse restaurateurs in the Vietnamese community – Pho Hoa Restaurant and the recently-closed Anh Hong Restaurant - have landed on the same page, announcing this week that they will combine forces... Read more
A key player in the Field Corner Vietnamese eatery scene and the Boston Little Saigon district, Anh Hong Restaurant, closed its doors suddenly on Dec. 29, citing landlord issues that could not be overcome despite ongoing negotiations since September.... Read more
Surveillance photos of saxophone thief
The Transit Police Department is seeking the public's help to find a guy who stole a high-school student's $3,000 saxophone as she waited for an outbound Red Line train at Fields Corner last month. Police say the 16-year-old BPS student was at the Fields... Read more
1320 Dorchester Ave. rendering
A developer filed plans with the Boston Planning and Development Agency on Monday to replace a small commercial building and a parking lot at 1320 Dorchester Ave., at Ellsworth Street, with a six-story building containing 80 studio apartments. The units... Read more
The new Price Rite supermarket — which opens today in Fields Corner— signals the return of a grocery market operated by a family with roots in the neighborhood that go back to the 1940s. The Slawsby family, which operates grocery stores in Roxbury,... Read more
Tom Cifrino has pretty much seen it all in his 45-year-long career as the manager of Fields Corner’s shopping plaza. Since 1975, Cifrino has overseen the property for Superior Realty Trust, the family-owned business that includes holdings in Cambridge,... Read more
Waldeck Street fire
The Boston Fire Department reports firefighters responded to 63 Waldeck St. in Dorchester around 8:25 a.m. for an attic fire. There were no injuries, but the fire displaced six, the department says, estimating damage at $100,000. The cause is under... Read more
One of Dorchester’s key health centers is bracing for disruption and testing for the COVID-19 virus this week. Michelle Nadow, CEO of DotHouse Health on Dorchester Avenue, told the Reporter on Tuesday that the facility will continue to see patients and... Read more
An officer whose partner was trying to stop a man who had repeatedly stabbed another on Adams Street late Monday shot the man in the thigh when he turned his knife towards the partner, Police Commissioner William Gross said at the scene. Gross said... Read more

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