After a cold, icy week, the temperature has warmed up for the final weekend before Christmas. Look back on the snow storm, be the first to know about the 7-Eleven special signs that will be used on Hanover Street, check out a new ice skating spot and read about the police activity. Connect Historic Boston is bringing new pedestrian and cycling tracks to the North End, Blackstone Block / Union Street and Causeway Street – the area will be getting quite a makeover!
Tuesday afternoon’s snow storm not only covered the streets and sidewalks, it covered most of the twitter activity in the area as well. Take a look at these twitter photos we found from you guys, the North End residents who were out and about during the snowfall. View Post
Wednesday night brought a short scare to residents on Commercial Street, the Mariner Building alarms were going off as Boston Fire ladders were being extended and the street was essentially shut down. View Post
See the signs for the new 7-Eleven set to open on Hanover Street in a few weeks. Traditional franchise signage will not be used on this, don’t miss the green and gold plan to illuminate this 7-Eleven. View Post
Have any free time this weekend? Take a walk down to check out Boston’s newest skating rink. With the temperatures this weekend, I wouldn’t plan on skating, but check it out for future days with wintry weather. Check out photos and read more information
Pedestrians and cyclists are placed at the forefront of this redesign project on Causeway Street. The Connect Historic Boston initiative aims to have Causeway street flowing as efficiently as possible.View Post