The Weekender: Neighborhood Business Updates, Crime Report, Cross Street Demolition

Recapping the top neighborhood news of the week, take a look at the 5 posts that drove the most traffic!

North End Public Safety Meeting Report: Robbery, Break-ins, Stillman St. Park Arrest

In addition to the Police Blotter posts, Boston Police from District A-1 provide an update on recent neighborhood crime incidents that summarize the past 30 days. View the report for the crime summary from around the neighborhood.

Caffe Dello Sport on Hanover Street – Closed for a few weeks of renovations

Winter Business Renovations, Closing and Coming Soon

Winter is a time of transition among businesses in the North End, with many renovations, closings, and repair projects. Orchard Skate Shop‘s North End location on Commercial Street closed while Caffe Dello Sport undergoes a renovation, view the post to see what else is going on around the business scene.

North End Student Inducted into BC High’s National Honor Society

Christian Cattaneo of the North End is currently a junior at Boston College High School and was among 157 students inducted into the National Honor Society. Read the post for more on the ceremony and the inductees.

Copp’s Hill Moment: Guess Who’s Coming for Breakfast?

‘Diana’ is a red tail hawk that has caught the attention of Copp’s Hill residents who have seen the hunting of rabbits, pigeons, and squirrels throughout the 1 ½ acre Freedom Trail site. Read the post for the persona and name that this hawk has taken on.

Karen Johnson of Charter Realty & Development.

Cross Street Development Going to Boston Landmarks Commission

Charter Realty updated residents about their proposed demolition of three buildings to set the stage for their 5,500 square feet development. The demolition is currently under review by the Boston Landmarks Commission (BLC), who requires an automatic application for buildings at least fifty years of age, view the post for more on the proposal.

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