Happy Halloween! Three Things to Know for Today:
1. Possibly the result of mischief night?
2. Plenty of Halloween events for today – enjoy!
Planning to Trick ‘r Treat? Starting this afternoon, keep an eye out for Orange signs on windows of local businesses!
9:00am Dog Treats at Post Gazette. Stop by the Post Gazette, 5 Prince Street for a Doggie Halloween Treat Bag! Costumes encouraged!
2:00pm Halloween Carnival at the Nazzaro Center Yard. ROC Teen Saturday Halloween Carnival and Haunted House with rides, bounce houses, free pumpkin patch, pumpkin carving station, free pizza, candy, crafts and music. All welcome are welcome, view more information.
5:30pm NEMPAC 11th Annual Halloween Party on the Prado. Post Trick-O-Treatin
7:00pm Trick or Treat Dance at Filippo’s. Boston Community Collaborative (BCC) will hold its annual trick or treat dance party for teens, children and their caregivers! (Moved indoors to Filippo’s, 283 Causeway Street).
10:00pm Halloween Party & Costume Contest. Il Panino, located at 280 Hanover Street is having a Halloween party, there will be big prizes for Best Costume. More information.
3. Articles from alternate sources:
Faneuil Hall Marketplace brawl ends with one injured. A fight broke out right outside of Ned Devine’s which resulted in a man suffering a possible broken leg, story via UniversalHub.
1916 Trolley Disaster: The 46 Who Died. It was election night and the Red Sox had just won the World Series as a trolley packed with factory workers crashed through the gates of an open drawbridge in South Boston, killing 46. Many of these young men had immigrated from Italy and lived in the North End, read the names and bios of the 46 fallen at, The Boston Globe.
A Boston story in 50 words. Taking you back to 1962 in the height of the Cuban Missile Crisis, US Senate peace candidate Stuart Hughes held a North End rally on Saturday, October 27, 1962. David Rubin recounts the day at Haymarket, with choice words as the announcement of, “Soviet missiles out of Cuba! US missiles out of Turkey!” was conveyed, read the full story at, The Boston Globe.
Your guide to the new all-electronic tolling. This past week, all-electronic tolling hit the Massachusetts Turnpike, replacing the tollbooths that clogged traffic for thousands of drivers on the pike. With the new tolls, cars can maintain highway speeds as they pass under 16 giant gantries that automatically charge drivers’ accounts. The Boston Globe has full coverage on the tolls and the transition.
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