A patron at Top Mix Bar and Kitchen on Norfolk Avenue in Roxbury left her clutch outside, went back out to retrieve it and found it but with $360 missing, then got punched in the face by the man who'd been captured on surveillance video lifting the money, police and the bar's owner told the Boston Licensing Board today. Read more.
It took two follow-up inspections, but China Bo, 49 Warren St., finally met with a Boston health inspector's approval and was allowed to re-open on Friday, according to city restaurant records.
After being shut in November due to a variety of kitchen health issues, the restaurant failed two more inspections before getting cleared to re-open.
The new owners of the shambling Alexandra Hotel on Washington Street at Mass. Ave. have filed their detailed plans to build a 150-room hotel on the site. Read more.
A Boston health inspector yesterday ordered China Bo, 49 Warren St., shut for a variety of violations that included uncooked spring rolls being kept too warm, raw beef being stored in a sink meant only for hand washing, dirty utensils, including knives, rice cookers and cutting boards, rat droppings and at least one live cockroach. Read more.
Clay Harper looked up this afternoon and spotted an eagle over Scarboro Pond in Franklin Park.
On Dudley Street at Warren Street, around 9:30 p.m. Police found a man and a woman, both with gunshot wounds to the leg. About 20 minutes later, the third victim walked into a local emergency room. Not long after that, an officer found a gun in a parking lot around the corner on Warren Street.
The State House News Service summarizes a panel discussion with Rachael Rollins, newly elected Suffolk County DA and Liz Miranda and Nika Elugardo, both elected as state representatives.
Miranda said that as a candidate this year, she felt she was "fighting" against a party that she says should have been helping her.
NBC Boston reports officials shut a polling place at the Haynes House, 735 Shawmut Ave. this afternoon after white powder spilled out of an absentee ballot.
Officials re-opened the polling place about 25 minutes later after determining the powder was baking soda.
Boston Police report arresting Shawn Pedilla, 39, of Roxbury, for a stabbing on Oct. 31 that sent two men to the hospital, one with injuries initially considered life threatening. Read more.
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