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Weekly Top Reads: Food Truck Season, City Councilor Newsletter, Parking Fines to Fund Transportation Projects, Opening Day, Egg Hunt Photos & St. John School Science Fair

This week’s top reads on featured some signs of spring with outdoor food and fun, along with transportation improvements and city updates. Read on below to see the most popular articles from this past week.

Greenway Food Trucks Return for the Season!

The Greenway Conservancy announced a new line-up of 38 food trucks and carts for the 2018 season of Greenway Mobile Eats which kicked off on Monday, April 2nd. Seven new vendors joined the line up this year, which will see up to 25 trucks and carts per day during the height of the season. Read more here.

From the Councilor: One Charlestown, Short-Term Rentals, Boston’s Housing Market, Annual Scholarship to Honor Maverick Street Mothers and More

City Councilor Lydia Edwards’ monthly newsletter, District One-Stop-Shop, covers city council updates, redevelopment projects, and upcoming community meetings. Read more and see the full newsletter here.

Increased Parking Fines to Fund $5 Million in Transportation; Biking & Bus Improvements Emphasized

Mayor Walsh has proposed a $5 million annual increase in Boston transportation spending, including protected bike lanes and pedestrian paths, intersection redesigns, and traffic signal advancements. This proposal will be largely funded through a set of parking fine increases, with some doubling or more. Read more here.

North End Athletic Association to Honor Robert “Ted” Tomasone at 2018 Opening Day

The North End Athletic Association (NEAA) will honor longtime volunteer Robert “Ted” Tomasone at Opening Day on Saturday, April 28. Teddy has been a past player, coach, umpire, director, mentor and Chief Fundraiser for the NEAA for over 50 years! Read more here.

2018 Neighborhood Egg Hunt, A Hopping Success! [Photos]

On Friday, March 30, Boston Community Collaborative held its 6th annual neighborhood egg hunt! The hunt was enjoyed by hundreds of folks including kids, moms, dads, nannies, grandparents, friends and neighbors. Read more and see photos here.

Editor’s Choice

St. John School Holds Middle School Science Fair [Photos]

The annual St. John School Middle School Science Fair took place and our sixth, seventh and eighth graders created amazing science projects! These projects were creative, well planned and explained with perfection. Read more and see photos here.