A bank robber passed a note asking for money at Mt. Washington Bank, 515 Centre St., on Tuesday afternoon.
The long-delayed choice of a company to raze the Casey Overpass and replace it with a network of at-grade streets is poised to happen Wednesday.
Teens at the Hyde Square Task Force in Jamaica Plain received a special treat on Monday as part of the NFL and United Way’s annual Hometown Huddle – not only a new Play 60 fitness room, but the opportunity to work out with Patriots players Devin McCourty, Matthew Slater and Zach Moore in one of their favorite exercises: dancing!
Welcome to a rainy day, JP. Here’s your Morning Memo for Tuesday, Oct. 21.
A woman walking her dog at Willow Pond Meadow told police a man threatened to beat her pooch with a tree branch.
Nowadays, it seems like there is constantly news about some new way that people are hacking into accounts, or getting account details. While this probably doesn’t matter for some of your more innocuous accounts, you wouldn’t want a stranger to have access to your online banking account or social media profiles.
Here are highlights from the police blotter for Jamaica Plain from Monday, Oct. 13 through Sunday, Oct. 19.
Cristian, 13, lights lanterns for the Jamaica Pond Lantern Parade on Oct. 18. Credit: Esther Ro
One of the neighborhood’s most photogenic events (for photographers with the skills to work in in low light) is the Jamaica Pond Lantern Parade. Photojournalist Esther Ro captured this view of Cristian, 13, lighting lanterns on Saturday night.
Mindy Fried, one of the organizers of JP Porchfest, writes about an apple-pie baking contest her street holds.