The Boston Sun reports a deli worker at the Marlboro Market, on Marlborough Street at Mass. Ave., was charged earlier this month after an undercover cop gave her a $20 bill and she reached into a bag behind the counter and gave him "one pre-rolled marijuana cigarette."
WBZ reports on the work to build memorials on Boylston Street to the four people killed in the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings or their aftermath: Krystle Campbell, Martin Richard, Lingzi Lu and Sean Collier.
The MBTA reports everything's back to normal on the Green Line after "a disabled train with a mechanical problem" gummed up the works at Arlington earlier.
The City Council agreed today to take a look at how to make Newbury Street safe for pedestrians - especially those in wheelchairs or pushing strollers - on sidewalks increasingly cluttered with signboards advertising local shops. Read more.
Rick Macomber shows us the aftermath of the water-main break at Commonwealth Avenue and Exeter Street last night.
You might want to avoid the area around a broken water main there. BPD officers are there to help guide you somewhere else as BWSC workers struggle to contain the might flow, which has now inundated Exeter between Newbury and Marlborough and forced the evacuation of some buildings.
Amy Hunt took this photo at St. Botolph and West Newton streets on Tuesday afternoon. Note that the roadway is well plowed - in part by piling up all that snow right at the corner, right where the handicap ramp is - the handicap ramp that Hunt, who uses a wheelchair to get around in, can no longer see, let alone use. Read more.
Patrick Maguire reports the Boston Licensing Board has canceled hearings originally called for restaurants that opened their patios during the warm weather the day of the Patriots parade - and that the city is working to make it easier for restaurants with seasonal patio licenses to extend them to year round without an extra fee.
The Boston Guardian reports that Posman Books, which currently has stores in New York and Atlanta, will open a store at 129 Newbury Street in June.
Roving UHub photographer Liz Robson got a good view of a freshly shaved box truck on Storrow Drive from the Fairfield Street footbridge this afternoon. The judges gave this storrowing high marks for style, but deducted points for the truck being empty and so having nothing to spew all over the road.
Jaili got a closeup of the newly jagged edges where the roof used to be on this good ol' truck out of Grapevine, TX: Read more.
The BU News Service reports a proposed 108-unit condo project next to the Hynes and partially over the turnpike will require about 16 months of construction that will affect traffic and that there will be periods where lane capacity on the turnpike there will be cut by 25%.
A box-truck driver decided discretion was the better part of valor and hit the brakes a couple feet short of a Storrow bridge rather than getting up to ramming speed this afternoon, DF reports.
Boston firefighters are on Columbus Avenue in the area of Isabella Street, where two manholes exploded in flames around 1:25 p.m.
Jan reported hearing a "GIANT boom."
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