Daily Briefs

Tuesday’s Brief: Faneuil Hall Tree Lighting, New Ferry Routes, Wynn Boston Harbor Water Cleanup

Things to know for Tuesday

Your daily round up for Tuesday, November 28:

7:30PM Faneuil Hall Tree Lighting. Join WBZ-TV news achors Lisa Hughes and David Wade at the Faneuil Hall Tree Lighting for holiday entertainment and the New England Patriots Holiday Toy Drive.

Notable News:

Survey Finds Demand For Inner Harbor Ferry Routes

Boston Harbor Now has released a short list of recommended new and expanded ferry routes after nearly 3,700 commuters responded to an online survey as part of a nine-month water transportation study. Public meetings this past summer revealed the majority of people wanted more inner harbor service, Banker & Tradesman has the full story.

Wynn Boston Harbor Construction Calls for Environment Remediation

The new $2.4 billion Wynn Boston Harbor project could take as many as 18 months to finish with an essential part of the construction process being designated to undergoing remediation of the site, which has been occupied by a chemical plant for more than 100 years. As part of the remediation, removal of contaminated soil and an overall water cleanup process is already in progress, Casino Games has the full story.

Dinner before the show:

Loved being in the North End before the show.

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Plan your events with the Community Calendar:

Wednesday, November 29:

6:00PM Still They Persisted at Old North Church. The Old North Church Foundation Speaker Series will be hosting Professor Robert Forrant as he explores the 1912 Bread & Roses strike. A reception and conversation will follow the talk, view additional details and pre-register for the event here.

Thursday, November 30:

11:00AM Mahjong Games at North End Library. Enjoy the American-style variant of Mahjong, a tile-based game that originated in China and requires skill, strategy, and calculation, view the full event posting here.

From the Community:

Volunteers Needed for Dec 16th Reenactment of Boston Tea Party

Volunteers are needed on December 16th for the reenactment of the Boston Tea Part. Boston Party Ships needs help to control the crowd of patriots lining the waterfronts as they witness the destruction of tea, continue reading.

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