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News & Views: Greenway Conservancy Meeting, Government Center T Station Shutdown and First Snow on the Prado

Neighborhood Photo of the Day:

The North End had its first snow this weekend, seen here on the Prado.

First Snow on the Prado – December 2012 – Photo by Matt Conti

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What’s Going On in the North End / Waterfront

On Monday, 12/3/12 at 5:30 pm, the Rose F. Kennedy Greenway Conservancy holds a board meeting, 290 Atlantic Ave., Atlantic Wharf. It is open to the public. See the agenda (pdf).

The North End library has films for children at 11am and homework help at 3:30pm.

Find out the details on these and upcoming events and meetings in the Events Calendar.

What’s new on the blog

The Christmas Bazaar to benefit the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation was a big success over the weekend. See the photos.


The Boston Informer newsletter celebrates 20 years of tracking transportation, development and planning in downtown Boston. See the news release and commemorative edition.

Notable News Found Elsewhere

Are you ready for two years without the Government Center T station? Boston.com reports on the scheduled shutdown and rebuild.

For a Cause

Help the Greater Boston Food Bank and get a $10 gift certificate to the North Street Grille by participating in this week’s food drive. See the flyer.


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3 Replies to “News & Views: Greenway Conservancy Meeting, Government Center T Station Shutdown and First Snow on the Prado

  1. WARNING: I live on Charter Street and somone cut my passenger side mirror off. There was another mirror on the ground by my car–I guess they were mirror shopping. This happened right in front of my apartment. Please keep your eyes out and alert the police if you see this happening. I’m on a fixed income and this will set be back significantly.

  2. that is a great pic matt, love these photos you’ve been taking that focus on the buildings and block out modern elements so you can’t tell what decade they were taken in.

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