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By adamg - 12/1/22 - 11:53 am
Invoice for face masks

Bill for face masks that company paid for, but never got, from its lawsuit.

Aaron Sells

A former Duxbury man seems to have come up with a novel strategy for dealing with lawsuits by partners in his failed Seaport restaurant, Covid-19 PPE wholesalers and even the nation's largest radio-station owner: Ignore them. Read more.

By adamg - 11/29/22 - 12:38 pm

Aline Kaplan takes us on a tour of the best photo opportunities in the part of the Seaport near the Reserved Channel - along with places to grab a bite after all that photographing.

By adamg - 11/28/22 - 8:10 pm

The Boston Police Department reports that after officers recovered the remains of one infant in a freezer in a condo at 838 East Broadway on Nov. 17, they returned and found the remains of three other infants. Read more.

By adamg - 11/19/22 - 3:40 pm

Stop the nonsense at once, Councilors Ed Flynn and Michael Flaherty demand in a letter to the manager of the local Stop & Shop.

By adamg - 11/18/22 - 3:36 pm

Boston Police report homicide detectives "located what appears to be additional human remains" at 838 East Broadway in South Boston, where the body of a fetus or young infant was found in a freezer yesterday. WCVB reports it might be another fetus or infant.

By adamg - 11/17/22 - 9:47 pm
Where the body was found

Where the body was found. Photo by Live Boston.

Live Boston reports on the discovery around 2 p.m. in the freezer of an apartment at 838 East Broadway in South Boston. The remains were taken to the medical examiner to determine the cause of death and age.

By adamg - 11/17/22 - 10:05 am

The Boston Licensing Board today ordered a one-day suspension for Red Line Pizza, 582 Dorchester Ave. in South Boston, after licensing cops found it open past its closing time on Sept. 3, the third such violation to come before the board over a three-month period. Read more.

By adamg - 11/15/22 - 12:15 pm

The Zoning Board of Appeal today rejected a request by the owner of a third-floor condo at 8 Peters St. in South Boston to expand the size of the deck atop his triple decker from 85 to roughly 150 square feet after the two city councilors who live in South Boston said they are unalterably opposed to new or expanded roof decks as menaces to the neighborhood. Read more.

By adamg - 11/7/22 - 4:21 pm

A Dorchester man was released on personal recognizance - but ordered to attend AA meetings - at his arraignment today on a variety of charges for an incident in South Boston early Saturday in which he allegedly stole a car, fell into a drunken stupor at a traffic light, accelerated when two Boston cops woke him up, then offered them $10,000 to let him go, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports. Read more.

By adamg - 10/27/22 - 9:38 pm
Challenger

Tykarie Challenger, 18, was ordered held without bail pending a dangerousness hearing for allegedly putting a knife to a woman's neck and punching her in the head during a robbery after following her for more than a block from a South Boston liquor store on Oct. 4, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports. Read more.

By adamg - 10/27/22 - 12:49 pm

A West Broadway condo association has sued the developers who put up their building and a man who lives down the street but who has a deed to one of its parking spaces, saying the developers sold him the space after they had already given up control of the building. Read more.

By adamg - 10/25/22 - 9:52 am
Rendering of proposed Dry Dock Avenue building

Rendering by SGA and DREAM Collaborative.

A trio of developers have filed plans for a seven-story life-sciences R&D building at 22 Drydock Ave. in the Raymond Flynn Marine Park that will include space for the Gloucester Marine Genomics Institute, which does life-sciences research focused on ocean life, and which plans to use its space for entry-level life-sciences training for BPS students. Read more.

By adamg - 10/21/22 - 10:03 am
Photos of suspect

Photos of suspect and his clothing via BPD.

Boston Police report the man they already wanted for punching a woman in the face in a robbery on Oct. 4 is now also a suspect in a sexual attack the week before. Read more.

By adamg - 10/20/22 - 10:45 am

At 6:21 a.m., the MBTA sighed there would be no trains to start the day on the Red Line because delays in some overnight track repair work near Alewife meant it had to roll out shuttle buses between Alewife and Broadway.

By adamg - 10/20/22 - 10:26 am

The Supreme Judicial Court today upheld Bampumim Teixeira's two first-degree murder convictions for the stabbing deaths of Drs. Lina Bolanos and Richard Field in their condo in their home in 2017. Read more.

By adamg - 10/18/22 - 11:00 am
Pipetting robot

The tray would be empty if the pipette tips of the previous batch met specs, Ginkgo charges.

A South Boston life-sciences company that relies on robotic systems to squirt small amounts of things into tiny containers is suing a company that sold it $3.3 million worth of pipette tips it says kept making its robots stop working. Read more.

By adamg - 10/14/22 - 3:26 pm

A $214-million revamp of the Red Line's Cabot Yard in South Boston that was originally scheduled for completion this past February is now as delayed as the snazzy new subway cars it was supposed to maintain, with no lead contractor in place but a growing number of lawsuits swirling around it. Read more.

By adamg - 10/7/22 - 11:28 am
Wanted man

Surveillance photos via BPD.

Boston Police report they are looking for a man they say followed a woman for more than a block after she left a store before violently robbing her Tuesday evening. Read more.

By adamg - 10/3/22 - 9:26 pm

Edwin Alemany, convicted for the brutal murder of Amy Lord of South Boston in a Hyde Park forest in July, 2013, today asked a federal judge to free him because, he claims, his trial attorneys were "ineffective" in going with an insanity defense. Read more.

By adamg - 10/3/22 - 9:57 am
McDevitt Hall

The South Boston Neighborhood Development Corp. has filed plans with the BPDA to renovated McDevitt Hall, 207 E. St., to make it an apartment building with 35 units for seniors and one for a live-in manager. Read more.

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