Adams Corner

Adams Street fire

The Boston Fire Department reports firefighters responded at 2:34 a.m. to a block of stores and offices at 756-762 Adams St.

The two-alarm fire was confined to the second floor, but it caused extensive smoke damage to the first-floor shops, the... Read more

A Suffolk Superior Court jury on Friday acquitted Brian McElhinney, 24, on a charge of manslaughter for the 2016 death of Brian Hingston of Quincy on Adams Street, the... Read more

Update: Mary O'Shea has been located and is safe.—Editor

The Boston Police Department is seeking the public’s help in locating 55-year-old Mary O’Shea of Dorchester.

In a post today on the department's website it read:

... Read more

Boston Police have charged a 29 year-old Dorchester man with murder for a brazen shooting on Granite Avenue that police say followed a traffic dispute near the McDonald's restaurant on the afternoon of April 13. The victim, Joey DeBarros, 21, was shot... Read more

The Boston Police Department reports a man in his 20s was shot around outside the McDonald's at 511 Gallivan Blvd. on Thursday.

He was transported to Boston Medical Center, where we was pronounced dead, police say.

It’s called The Industry, a 140-seat lounge and restaurant serving up American comfort food and a large variety of wines and whiskeys, and it’s is on track for a summertime completion in Adams Corner. The eatery will replace Sonny’s, the longtime... Read more

A key commercial building at the southern entrance to Adams Village has been sold to a new owner for $3.2 million. The two-story corner structure at 512 Gallivan Blvd. remains the village’s most prominent— and problematic— property and its sale could... Read more

Sonny’s ­– the longtime Adams Corner bar and eatery run by three generations of the Elia family – closed its doors abruptly on Oct. 26 after it was sold to new buyers. Richard Elia, the son of founder and namesake ‘Sonny’ Elia told the Reporter this... Read more

The Boston Licensing Board on Thursday approved liquor licenses for three restaurants in Dorchester, but denied requests for licenses in the South Bay Town Center mall still under construction.

Among the winners: Kriola on Hancock Street in... Read more

Supreme Liquors, a family-run business that has been serving Dorchester since 1934, is in its fourth month of offering a new and improved look – and earning booming sales – at its Gallivan Boulevard store in the wake of an ambitious renovation project... Read more

Pages

Subscribe to Adams Corner