Rough soccer-field proposal. Morton Street at the top.
The Boston Zoning Commission today approved a plan by the developers of the Olmsted Green development to swap in a soccer field and tot lot for the four-acre urban farm that was part of the original plans but never built. Read more.
Richard Lugo, 43, of Dorchester, was arraigned yesterday on murder, assault and battery and motor-vehicle theft charges for an incident last fall that left one of his co-workers dead and another injured, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports. Read more.
City Realty of Brookline has filed plans with the BPDA for a 49-unit apartment building between Cummins and American Legion highways, next to the Stop & Shop and just a short walk from the Flaming Grill & Buffet at the other end of the strip mall. Read more.
Treasures, a thrift and antique shop, opened today at 4266 Washington St. in Roslindale Square, in the space where the Boston Smoke Shop used to be.
Meanwhile, workers today were converting the space where the Grossman's bargain outlet used to be at 630 American Legion Highway into space for Urban Renewals, which will be moving there from its current location on Brighton Avenue in Allston ... Read more.
Around 9:30 p.m. at the strip mall at 650 American Legion Highway (the one with the discount stores, not the one with the Stop & Shop). The suspect showed a gun, grabbed the woman's wallet, then fled down the road towards Mattapan on a scooter or dirt bike.
Boston Police report gang-unit officers in Roxbury yesterday spotted a man wanted for an armed robbery on American Legion Highway in Roslindale and arrested him for that incident - and then charged him for the loaded gun and heroin they say he was carrying. Read more.
Boston Police report an off-duty officer waiting in line at the KFC on American Legion Highway in Roslindale a couple of weeks ago sprang into action when another man rushed up to the counter. Read more.
Company lawyer and former City Councilor Mike Ross talks as company treasurer Brendan McKee listens.
A company about to open its first pot shop in Williamstown hopes to come to the other side of the state and turn a gardening and flower shop on American Legion Highway in Roslindale into a dispensary that would offer pot to both medicinal users and people who just want to get high. Read more.
Brittney Moon reports that the terror tom who had been going after students, teachers and parents for two weeks at the Haley School in Roslindale has a new home this morning: the Myles Standish Forest in Plymouth. Moon says that a sergeant from state Environmental Police managed to capture the angry walking party platter for transport way down the coast, far away from American Legion Highway.
Students at the Haley School on American Legion Highway in Roslindale hesitate before they leave in the afternoon these days - because they know an angry turkey is probably waiting for them on the other side of the doors. Read more.
Police are looking for a guy who walked out of the Stop & Shop on American Legion Highway in Roslindale with about $125 worth of purloined frozen shrimp around 3 p.m., then pedaled away on a mountain bike towards Hyde Park Avenue. At these temps, he probably had to hurry.
Sean shows us the car turned turtle at the intersection of American Legion and Cummins highways with Canterbury Street around 11:45 a.m. At least firefighters didn't have to go far to render aid - the firehouse for Engine 53 and Ladder 16 is right at the intersection.