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Monday’s Brief: Best Chowder in Town, Woman Arrested After Stealing from CVS, Compost Program Hearing, Teen Baking

Things to know for Monday

Today is Monday, June 25 and if you’re looking to kick summer back into gear after this past weekend’s rain, warm up with the best bowl of chowder in town. Boston Magazine recently named the Boston Sail Loft in the North End as having the best bowl of chowder in the city.

Here’s what else you need to know for the week ahead…

10:00AM Public Hearing: Curbside Composting Program. Members of the public are invited to attend and testify at a hearing implementing a curbside composting program in Boston. The finished compost could be used for landscaping in Boston’s parks and gardens, or could be sold to local farmers, creating a full circle of food returning to food for Boston residents, see here for additional details.

4:00PM Teen Baking with the BPL at the Public Market. Join the North end Library at the Boston Public Market where teens in grades 6-12 are invited to learn new recipes in a hand-on baking class. Register at 617-227-8135.

Notable News:

Malden Woman Arrested Twice Within Four Hours by Boston Police

A Malden woman was arrested twice within four hours by Boston Police after allegedly stealing from the CVS in the North End and then again shortly after for taking a purse belonging to the front desk clerk at the district Boston police station, read more on the Boston Globe.

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2 Replies to “Monday’s Brief: Best Chowder in Town, Woman Arrested After Stealing from CVS, Compost Program Hearing, Teen Baking

  1. The Sail Loft always had fantastic chowder!!!!!! *Have had LOTS of it…as we started BYC right outside at the old Wharf Marina, 29 years ago next month! 🙂

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