The Weekender: True Value Closing, “King Tide,” North End Collection, Long Wharf War, Walsh Photobomb and More!

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Photo courtesy of Matt Conti.
Photo courtesy of Matt Conti.

Salem Street True Value Hardware Closing After 52 Years

This hardware store was a staple for local residents to go around the corner to grab a quick piece or part for home and hardware needs. Read the post for this family business who will be closing the shop after 52 years of business.

Notable News: Walsh Photobomb, Meat Lovers, Condo Prices, Seniors Halloween, Fall Foliage, Hot Eastie!

Although there is so much more than just “the paper” these days, we try and make it as convenient as possible, boiling down articles from dozens of news sources to make the Notable News post. Read the post for North End articles from outside sources.

The North End Collection" by Rhino Capital, LLC
The “North End Collection” by Rhino Capital, LLC.

Three North End Buildings Go On the Block

Thirty units between three North End buildings were marketed as a package deal by Rhino Capital, LLC. The buildings, known as the “North End Collection” are located at Fountain Place, 400 Hanover Street, and 12 Foster Street, read the details for more.

Boston Redevelopment Authority Appeals Federal Court Decision to Keep Long Wharf as Open Space

The BRA submitted an appeal to the Federal Court last week for their hope to develop the end of Long Wharf, meaning the fight to challenge the ruling to leave it as open, protected space will continue. Read the article for more on the “Long War of Long Wharf.”

Long Wharf photo by Erin Stevens.
Long Wharf photo by Erin Stevens.

“King Tide” Brings Record Sea Level Rise to Boston’s Waterfront

It is a topic that is concerning to the waterfront community, how do we prepare for rising tide levels? Take a look at photos of this “King Tide” which makes things all too real, view the post for photos that show a scary reality of water levels rising.

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Lock Your Cars! Man Checking for Open Vehicles

This friendly reminder to lock your car comes after video surveillance showed a man checking for open parked cars along Commercial Street. View the post for photo and video coverage of the man who successfully stole items from unlocked cars.

Friendly reminder that Daylight Savings time ends on Sunday.