It is the first day of Spring, but there is still snow on the ground at Christopher Columbus Park. But, the lights are still reflecting in the night as shown here from the viewpoint of the “Welcome to Boston’s Historic North End” sign. The puzzle masters are demanding more pieces, so this one tops 100! Enjoy and leave your best time in the comments section.
Planting for Spring in Christopher Columbus Park
Close your eyes and imagine a warm April breeze and bright yellow daffodils dancing in the sun. As the days shorten and the cold sets in, planning for brighter days gets us through the dark winter. Recently, members of the Friends of Christopher Columbus Park’s Horticultural Committee including Horticulture Co-Chairs Robyn Reed and Terese O’Connell along Read More…
Sunday Blizzard Update – T Service Resumes, Trash on Regular Schedule But Boston Public Schools Closed Monday
As of mid-day on Sunday, February 10th, the clean-up and recovery efforts from the Blizzard of 2013 are continuing with the following headlines: Boston Public Schools will be closed on Monday, February 11th … read more Parking Ban & Snow Emergency remain in effect … read more Trash and recycling are on a normal schedule Read More…
What’s The 311? Christopher Columbus Park Pothole, Hanover Street Light Out, Underwear Found on Prince St.
Welcome back to our weekly update that highlights some of the cases appearing on 311 in the North End/Waterfront neighborhoods. All 311 cases are public information and can be found at 311.boston.gov. Pot Hole Found at Christopher Columbus Park “Dangerous pothole inside park.” The original 311 post can be found here. The case was submitted and opened on Read More…
One Reply to “Jigsaw Picture Puzzle: Welcome to Boston’s North End”
11:49 Don’t think I am going to get much faster. Great puzzle. Thanks
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