Victim identified as Isaiah Pires Andrade, 18, of Randolph.
Shortly before 9:30 p.m., a man in an SUV was shot on Kingsdale Street, off Wales Street. He managed to drive down Wales and then turned onto Talbot and drove to Blue Hill Avenue, where he crashed and EMTs found him. Read more.
Priscilla Flint-Banks breaks down thinking about all the people she's had to watch die.
A group of black and Latino Dorchester and Roxbury resident today blasted city and state officials for doing nothing to stop hundreds of people from across the Northeast congregating for a Carnival party along Talbot Avenue last weekend and said they will do what they have to to stop a similar gathering planned for this weekend. Read more.
No longer allowed to be used as evidence: The gun and bullets police say they seized.
The Massachusetts Appeals Court ruled today that Suffolk County prosecutors cannot use a loaded gun allegedly found on a Dorchester man as evidence against him, because police found it under his puffy coat and sweatshirt during what it ruled was an unconstitutional pat frisk. Read more.
Architect's rendering of New England Avenue proposal.
The non-profit Codman Square Community Development Corp. has filed plans with the BPDA for a 23-unit apartment building on New England Avenue at Talbot Avenue and a 19-unit building two blocks away at Talbot Avenue and Spencer Street. Read more.
Rendering by Rode Architects, showing re-aligned intersection.
JPA Development Co. of Braintree has filed plans to replace Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church, 500 Talbot Ave., at Argyle Street, with a four-story, 40-unit residential building that would have ground-floor space for both a business and a smaller streetfront church. Read more.
A man went up to a table where two women and a man were sitting at Storyville, 90 Exeter St., on the night Feb. 8 and asked one of the women to dance. She refused and the guy responded by punching her in the mouth three times and then ran out, police told the Boston Licensing Board today. Read more.