In case you may have missed some important news over the last week, The Weekender is a weekly compilation of our top posts. Formerly known as the “Latest & Greatest,” this post is published on a weekly basis for some weekend catch up after the busy work week.
Top Posts This Week:
Another North End Sexual Assault Reported on Eve of St. Patrick’s Day
On the night of Sunday, March 16, 2014, Boston Police responded to a report of yet another sexual assault in the North End. A female victim who reported that she was assaulted by a male suspect who assaulted her while entering her apartment foyer. See description of the Male suspect and additional information, View Post.
Tough Luck for Car Owners That Read the Street Cleaning Signs on Prince Street
Residents who live and park in the neighborhood know to read the street cleaning signs to plan accordingly. Apparently the signs were irrelevant on Prince Street where cars were being towed for street cleaning hours ahead of the allocated time. View Post
Police Blotter: Fight on Hanover Street
Police Officers were called to outside of a Hanover Street and broke up a disturbance between males and females fighting outside of an establishment. Read all the Reported incidents from the past week in the North End / Waterfront courtesy of Boston Police District A-1. View Post
Locals and Young Fife and Drum Corps Join Joe Perry for Photo Shoot
The William Diamond Junior Fife and Drum Corps from Lexington, Mass. made their way to the Prado for a Boston Magazine photo shoot with Aerosmith guitarist, Joe Perry. View Post for more information and photos.
Attention North End Residents – Rat Poisoning in Greenough Lane
Spring is here and street cleaning is back in action, with good timing. RUFF was notified after a dog was poisoned in Greenough Lane by the all too familiar blue rat poisoning. View Post for suggestions from RUFF and read additional tips and information on how to keep your pets and kids safe.
Neighborhood Photos: From Southie to the North End for St. Patrick’s Day
A few “Neighborhood Photo’s” St. Patrick’s Day edition. The celebration, spanning from South Boston to the North End – All Saint’s Way on Battery Street was in full spirit for the festivities. View Post
Have a great weekend!