Author: Beacon Hill Times Staff

Resolutions

During this, the first week of the New Year, many of us will attempt to keep resolutions made in the heat of the moment shortly before the clock struck midnight over the weekend. Resolutions, as we have come to understand…

First Night at 35

Enormous crowds again descended upon our neighborhoods for First Night. Boston Police estimated as many as 1 million people attended the 35th Annual New Year’s Eve night out – and all day affair offering ice-sculptures, music, dancing, and a Grand…

Police Briefs 01-04-2011

Breaking and Entering – Residence 12/22/10 – A Myrtle Street resident reported that unknown person(s) removed the front door lock of her apartment door at around 3 a.m. No entry was gained. Vandalism 12/25/10 – At around 2:13 a.m., an…

Christmas 2010

Christmas 2010 will go down in history as a great holiday celebration. Peace on earth. Good will to men. It is, indeed, all about that. If there was no Internet, evening news, radio talk shows or morning newspapers, and if…

Police Blotter 12-21-2010

Breaking and Entering – Residence 12/06/10 – A victim reported that his Joy Street apartment was broken into through a rear door at around 4:32 p.m. Four laptops, an iPod and assorted jewelry were reported missing. Larceny (Bike) 12/09/10 –…

Out of this universe

Lydia Shire (third from left) hosted a special luncheon at Scampo last week to honor Esquire magazine’s Female Universe of Culinary Bostonians, which was quite a testament to the incredible group of female chefs we have in Boston. The lunch…