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Monday’s Brief: North Station Pedestrian Tunnel Now Open, Dr. Joseph Warren, Views From the Inside

Things to know for Monday

Today is Monday, January 7 and if you’re brushing up on your Boston history, don’t forget to read up on the founding father whom few remember – Dr. Joseph Warren who lived on Hanover street and was a leader in the North End caucus, read more on NewBostonPost.com.

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

Notable News:

North Station pedestrian tunnel finally opens

Just as the temperatures start to get even colder, the North Station pedestrian funnel is finally open. People will no longer have to brave the elements to get between the Green and Orange Line stop and the commuter-rail station and TD Garden, read more on Universal Hub.

North Station Pedestrian Tunnel – Views From the Inside:

Plan your events with the Community Calendar:

Tuesday, January 8

6:30PM. FOCCP Monthly Meeting at Mariner’s House. Join the Friends of Christopher Columbus Park at 11 North Square for their monthly meeting to plan upcoming events and recap recent park news, see additional details here.

Wednesday, January 9

6:30PM Friends of the North End Library Meeting. Stop by 25 Parmenter street for a meeting with the Friends of the North End Library.

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

Weather Forecast:

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2 Replies to “Monday’s Brief: North Station Pedestrian Tunnel Now Open, Dr. Joseph Warren, Views From the Inside

  1. Dr. Joseph Warren is well remembered at the Massachusetts General Hospital. His nephew, Dr. John Collins Warren, was one of the founders of the hospital and the first surgeon to demonstrate the use of general anesthesia in the Ether Dome. The Warren building is named after him.

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