Daily Briefs

Tuesday’s Brief: Walsh, Edwards Sworn Into Office, Lego Club, 2018 High Profile Court Cases

Things to know for Tuesday

Your daily roundup for Tuesday, January 2:

3:00PM Lego Club. Join the North End Library at 25 Parmenter Street for some after school fun building legos.

Notable News:

Walsh sworn in for second term as mayor

Mayor Martin J Walsh began his second term as Boston’s 54th mayor on Monday Morning and swore in 13 members of the City Council, including Lydia Edwards, the newly elected official representing the North End, Charlestown and East Boston, read more on the Boston Globe.

Three big cases highlight 2018 court docket

2018 brings about a whole new year of courtroom drama with several high-profile cases making movement including an accused puppy torturer, the former dapper don of the North End underworld Francis “Cadillac Frank” Salemme and appeals for the Boston Marathon bomber, Boston Herald has the full story.

A Frigid Stroll:

Plan your events with the Community Calendar:

Thursday, January 4:

11:00AM West End Tree Hearing at 1010 Mass Ave. The Boston Parks and Recreation Department will hold a public hearing on a request to remove one public shade tree for sidewalk reconstruction at 50 Staniford Street in the West End. For more information contact the Tree Warden at (617) 635-7275.

6:00PM NE Public Safety Meeting at the Nazzaro Center. Join the Boston Police Area A-1 for a North End public safety meeting at 30 North Bennet Street.


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Keep up with what’s happening on the Events Calendar.

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