New York and Crown Fried Chicken outlets on Blue Hill Avenue and Columbia Road face a possible shutdown by the Boston Licensing Board after a man the feds say secretly held ownership stakes in them pleaded guilty to federal tax-fraud charges related to... Read more
The development team for a sprawling $57 million mixed-use project in Mattapan Square submitted a Letter of Intent to the city’s planning agency on Thursday. A residential, commercial, and retail project is planned for the the underutilized 2.57-acre... Read more
Earlier this month, neighbors exploring the new Neponset River Greenway extension in Mattapan and Milton encountered an unexpected hazard— poison ivy, hanging right at eye level. Lee Toma, an avid bicyclist and Greenway advocate, first alerted folks to... Read more
Mattapan residents will have the opportunity to express their opinions about a proposal for a mixed-use, four-story building on Blue Hill Avenue at a public meeting next Tuesday, Aug. 1. The development, proposed by Allston-Brighton-based landlord George... Read more
Developers anticipate a slight delay in filing plans for their large Mattapan Square mixed-use project in the wake of a community meeting on Tuesday night that was so consumed by a discussion about unit affordability that no time was left for a review of... Read more
The Boston Police Department reports a man, believed to be in his 30s, was shot around at 1357 Blue Hill Ave., at Walk Hill Street, around 6:30 p.m. on Monday. He was taken to a local hospital, where he was pronounced dead.
Jakyres McKinney, 25, was ordered held without bail at his arraignment Monday on charges he fatally shot Javoni Boyd, 19, at 165 Delhi St. in Mattapan on June 13. Boyd leaves two young children, as well as numerous brothers and sisters.
A man was shot to death in Mattapan on Monday night -- the 17th homicide this year. The call for the shooting came in at 8:44 p.m., according to police spokeswoman Myeshia Henderson, and police found the male victim deceased outside 29 Hosmer St. Hosmer... Read more
Mattapan resident Lumene Montissol signed a contract with New England Revolution’s 2017 Unified Team, which features seven Special Olympic athletes between the ages of 19 and 39 with and without intellectual disabilities. Montissole graduates Community... Read more
Officials ceremonially broke ground on the Blue Hill Avenue commuter rail station on Monday, kicking off construction for the new Fairmount Line connection point that is expected to open in 2019. Gathered on a drizzly morning, city and state leaders... Read more