Crime and trash lead this week’s top posts in the North End. We spend some time looking back and post a photo of Bruins Captain Zdeno Chara with some young fans. Read about the people and the fascinating events that took place to make what the Prado (Paul Revere Mall) is today, enjoy the weekend!

Top Posts This Week:

Updated: Police Chase Leads to Capture of Suspect in Stolen Mercedes With Godiva Chocolates and Fusion Razors

A must read neighborhood story about a successful police chase through the streets of the North End that ended with the suspect under arrest. The driver’s license was revoked and the stolen black Mercedes had previously hit a parked car.  View Post

Photo by Toni Gilardi
Photo by Toni Gilardi

 The North End is the Calcutta of Boston

Trash issues continue throughout the neighborhood, read these five reasons which seek to answer why trash is an ongoing problem. See why 800 signatures have been gathered in an attempt to end this issue that directly affects quality of life in the North End. View Post

Prado History Part I: The Making of the “Paul Revere Mall”

This part I of the two part series on the Prado/”Paul Revere Mall” takes you through the making of the Prado, from its design, layout and some facts you may not have known. A compilation of newspaper articles, magazines and historical sources dating back to the early 1930’s. View Post

Photo Courtesy of Becca Griffin
Photo Courtesy of Becca Griffin

Neighborhood Photo: Bruins Captain Zdeno Chara Joins Young Fans at North End Skating Rink

Bruins Captain and all-star defenseman Zdeno Chara was gracious enough to stop by the public free skate at Steriti Skating Rink last weekend to snap a photo and say hello to some of his youngest fans. View Post

Neighborhood Photo: Where Atlantic Avenue Meets Commercial Street

With special relevance to the North End / Waterfront, this neighborhood photo marks the meeting of Atlantic Avenue and Commercial Street, see what unfortunate additions have been made to the street signs. View Post

Editor’s Pick:

Photograph courtesy of Things Change by Ayanna and Gerald Reilly.
Photograph courtesy of Things Change by Ayanna and Gerald Reilly.

 Things Change: Atlantic and Commercial on the North End Waterfront

Building off of the neighborhood photo where Atlantic Avenue meets Commercial Street (Posted Above) see these “before” and “after” photographs of how much things have changed. View Post

 

 Enjoy the weekend!

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