It could be anything from local stories to development plans, or simply just North End / Waterfront news. Regardless, we put together the most popular posts on NorthEndWaterfront.com, allowing you to catch up on the top stories from around the neighborhood.
Top Posts This Week:
A design was proposed for a 22 story, 305 feet residential tower to be built on Northern Avenue at the site of James Hook & Co. The building’s footprint is in direct violation of the 50% open space and 50% building space rule. Officials from the BRA offered advice for some changes that may help in getting their proposal approved. View Post
With the first Tuesday of November out-of-the-way, election season is officially over in Massachusetts. Coming this January, Republican Charlie Baker will be sworn in as Governor of the Commonwealth and will assume the corner office from current Governor Deval Patrick. Read More and see complete North End election results.
In addition to the complete District 1-A incident list, a must read story depicts an incident on Goody Glover’s last night of operation before closing for good. The “Find My iPhone” app was used to locate a missing purse, but you will never guess where the purse was located. Read story and view Report.
The neighborhood engagement walks continue to take place around the North End / Waterfront. This is an initiative from City Hall to walk streets and record repairs that are needed on streets, curbs, and sidewalks. Since these reports have been made, public works has already been making repairs. View Post
The Knights of Columbus in Charlestown was the sight of the 4th annual Girl Friends of the North End reunion which was held last weekend. In addition to the prizes, DJ Sal Bartolo had the ladies dancing all night. Read More
Notable News: “Transformational” Cross Street Changes, Menino Reflections, Best Breakfast, Pizza & More!
Big developments took place over this past week and we have a summary of all the top news stories from all different types of media outlets. Read posts about the best breakfast sandwich in the North End, memories of Mayor Menino, the best slice of pizza in Massachusetts, and the latest parcel that was sold for $10.5 million. Read Post