This week’s top posts on NorthEndWaterfront.com featured businesses, culture, art, local events, parks and more. Read on below to see the most popular articles from this past week.
Patriot Care, the cannabis dispensary on 21 Milk Street, made their case last week to add recreational adult-use sales to their existing medical-use license. Proposed changes to the current location include a separate entrance for recreational customers. Read more here.
The North End’s own Michele Toper took first place in the Porch, Balcony or Container category of the 2019 Mayor’s Garden Contest. As a three-time winner in the citywide competition, she was also selected to be inducted in the 2020 Hall of Fame. Read more here.
Santa Rosalia di Palermo Society held their 80th Annual Mass and Procession on Sunday, September 8, 2019 in Boston’s North End. The Santa Rosalia Society was formed in Boston in 1939 hailing from Palermo, Italy. See photos here.
Boston Police District A-1 provide North End / Waterfront residents monthly updates on recent neighborhood crime incidents. This month the report noted a decrease in overall crime, but an uptick in homeless and street drug activity. Read more here.
The Boston Planning and Development Agency (BPDA), alongside MassDOT and the Greenway Conservancy, held an open house to narrow down the Parcel 2 site’s programming options by requesting further input from community members. Read more here.
The Boston Arts Festival returned to Christopher Columbus Park for the 17th year on September 7th and 8th. Local artists set up booths featuring a variety of art and high-end craft such as jewelry, photography, painting, and woodworking. Read more and see photos here.