Saturday Jul 19
It's always July Fourth somewhere in Roslindale
Last night, Roslindale residents living near the golf course were treated to the sounds of explosions coming from somewhere inside Stony Brook Reservation.
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Fri Jul 18, 2014
Boston Police Ask For Help Finding Puppies Stolen In Home Burglary
The puppies, two 8-week old female American bulldogs, were reported stolen on Sunday during a home burglary near Washington Street in Roslindale.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
Good fences don't always make good neighbors
A West Roxbury District Court judge today admonished two neighbors to grow up and stop battling over their property line.
School bus drivers' union official released in assault case
Steven Kirschbaum, the controversial union leader for the Boston public school bus drivers, was arraigned today and released on assault and trespassing charges from a June 30 incident, officials said.
Sun Jul 13, 2014
Banker & Tradesman
Cynthia B. Keliher
If you ask Cynthia Keliher the secret to her success, she will credit her parents for the great life she has.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
Boston animal shelter found in crisis
Boston's city-run animal shelter is meant to be a sanctuary for abandoned and abused animals, a refuge for forsaken creatures.
Sun Jul 06, 2014
Shots fired at Mattapan intersection
Shortly before 5 p.m., somebody in a Mustang or Charger with tinted windows drove up to the intersection of American Legion Highway and Kingbird Road - across from the Boston Police VFW post - fired five shots, made a U-turn on American Legion and headed towards Roslindale.
Sat Jul 05, 2014
Why are we obsessed with having a pretty lawn?
Does your neighbor trim his lawn with scissors? Tidy it up with a shop vac? Smuggly zip around on his souped-up John Deere and trim your unkempt lawn? I'm trying to understand this growing obsession with fetching fescue.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
Wellesley-Based Roche Bros. Building Flagship Store in Boston
The following was released by Roche Bros. Monday: Roche Bros. today announced that it has commenced construction on its 25,000 square-foot flagship supermarket at the Millennium Tower/Burnham Building in Boston's Downtown Crossing.
Roslindale Dollar Tree store fined for safety problems
The US Labor Department has levied $177,800 in fines against Dollar Tree Inc. for dangerous conditions in the storeroom of its Roslindale store and the retailer's failure to fix the problems, the agency said Wednesday.
Wed Jun 25, 2014
Death or immobility often follows hip fractures in nursing homes
Half of nursing home residents who have a hip fracture either die or lose the ability to walk on their own in the six months after the injury, according to a new study.