Cooped up inside on the raining weekend? Why not take a moment to skim through the Weekender and see if there is anything you missed. We put together the most popular posts on NorthEndWaterfront.com, allowing you to catch up on the things you may have missed.
Top Posts This Week:
The latest public meeting regarding the Parcel 9 development had some significant changes to the design plans. Raising the hotel by two floors, adding a public space to hold community group events and meetings were a few of the key design plans. View Post
During his final months in office, Mayor Menino became a regular at My Cousin’s Place and just last weekend, the locally owned coffee shop on Hanover Street welcomed Boston’s new mayor, Marty Walsh. View Photo
Fiore Restaurant on Hanover Street was the scene of a fundraiser for Sal LaMattina, the City Councilor representing District 1. Editor Matt Conti has full photo coverage of the event, view post.
Boston Police Department District A-1 reports a breaking & entering attempt on Wiget Street when a male suspect attempted to pull the screen out of a rear bedroom window. A license premise violation took place at a café on Hanover Street for expired licenses and benches placed on a public way. View Post
The Saint Anthony’s feast, a neighborhood favorite known to many as, “the feast of all feasts” will be scheduled for Labor Day Weekend, the last three days of August. The festivities span a whole corner of the neighborhood for an entire weekend, pouring in thousands of visitors to celebrate. View Post
Now that the height of the feast season is upon us, this is a friendly reminder to keep an eye out for the temporary parking signs so you do not get your vehicle towed. On weekends now through Labor Day, parking restrictions will be in effect on weekends, read more.