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Latest & Greatest: Salem Street in 1949, The New Spin on Restaurant Week, Copp’s Hill Moment and More

The weekly roundup brings some of the usual suspects, pertaining to the police blotter and the trash problems that continue to haunt local residents. The North End has seen quite a bit of change over the years, take a look at what Salem Street looked like in 1949, straight from a man who is in the photo. Read a North End story about a Copp’s Hill Moment and the obituary of the late, Daniel J. Nuzzo. Restaurant Week will have a new look this year, with the option of both multi-course tasting menus and individual plates as part of Dine Out Boston. The Latest & Greatest comes full circle with a local North Ender who was named as a rising star by Super Lawyers Magazine!

Top Posts This Week:

Salem St. 1949, Photo by Nick Dello Russo
Salem St. 1949, Photo by Nick Dello Russo

Photo Remembrance of Salem Street in 1949

A throwback scene of Salem Street on a Friday morning in January 1949 with merchants are setting up in the middle of the crowded street. The Photo was taken at the corner of Parmenter Street, read the story from a man who is in the photo and see how some things haven’t changed since the photo was taken, View Photo.

Obituary: Daniel J. Nuzzo of Boston’s North End

Daniel J. Nuzzo, of Boston’s North End peacefully passed away at his home surrounded by his loving family. At the age of 88, Nuzzo is survived by his kids, grandkids, and great-grand children, read more of the Obituary.

Copp’s Hill Moment: Lobster Shells and Crime Scenes

Read this piece by Thomas F. Schiavoni, a North End resident who writes about neighborhood life and city living. Schiavoni recalls the late adventures of the memorable Ciampa sisters, lifelong residents of Snow Hill Street in this neighborhood tale of a letter from Boston Inspection Services Department. Read Story

bpd logo district a-1 clearPolice Blotter: Schemed Larceny/Fraud, Vandalism, Verbal Dispute

See what kept local police busy last week in the neighborhood, from verbal disputes, vandalism, and graffiti. Don’t miss the report of Fraud / Larceny by Scheme of a man on Hull Street, view report.

Christi Gannon, North End Resident, Named Rising Star by Super Lawyers Magazine

Christi Gannon, a North End resident who practices business and employment based immigration law has been named a 2013 Massachusetts Rising Star in the field of immigration law by Super Lawyers Magazine. The magazine recognizes top up-and- coming attorneys who have been practicing for 10 years or less and who are 40 years old or younger. View Post

Editor’s Pick:

Leaky trash pile on Salem Street (NEWF Photo)
Leaky trash pile on Salem Street (NEWF Photo)

Talking Trash With Toni

Read this North End resident’s concerns about the trash procedure of our neighborhood, which leaves the sidewalks plagued with trash. “Same Day Trash Pick-Up” is the solution she is seeking, with a unique opportunity to address the issues at a March 3rd City Hall hearing. View Post

Restaurant Week is Now “Dine Out Boston” – See the North End Options

The rebranding of Restaurant Week Boston will result in Dine Out Boston, taking place through March 16-21 and March 23-28. Featuring a more flexible pricing and menu structure for diners. View details and the list of over 15 North End restaurants who are participating in Dine Out Boston. View Post

Enjoy the weekend!