Week in Review: Beacon Hill Rape Suspect Arrested
A look back at Beacon Hill Patch's top stories from Nov. 25 to Dec. 1.
Check out our top stories of the week below (just click the link to see the full story):
Details Emerge in Beacon Hill Rape Case and How Police Caught Suspect: Police were able to track the GPS signal on the victim's phone to a store Williams sold it to hours after the attack.
$1 Million Winning Ticket Bought on Beacon Hill: The winning ticket was sold at the City Convenience Store on Beacon Street.
MBTA Releases Video of Boylston Crash: Riders were visibly thrown when the two trolleys collided just before noon on Thursday.
Government Center Station Closing for 2 Years: A $90 million renovation project will shut down the station through 2015.
Suffolk DA Official: Convicts Released Have ‘100% Chance’ of Re-Offending: Since September, four people facing serious drug charges have been issued a continuance or otherwise freed.
Beacon Hill Sexual Assault Suspect Convicted of Rape in in 1998: Anthony Williams was convicted of rape in Essex County and currently has open cases in Boston on charges of assault and battery and failure to register as a sex offender.
Elevated Orange Line on Display: Photographs of the once elevated Orange Line are on display through January at The Boston Public Library’s Copley location.
New Zoning Needed for Medical Marijuana Dispensaries in Boston: Boston will be updating its zoning code to permit medical marijuana dispensaries in specific areas around the city.