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Tuesday’s Brief: Everything You Need to Know About Out of State Travel Restrictions, Glimpse at New Waterfront Park, Thanksgiving 2020

Today is Tuesday, November 24 and if you’re planning on traveling out of state this week there may be some restrictions to make yourself aware of before hopping in the car or getting on a plane. Read more on Boston.com for the best way to share Thanksgiving dinner this year.

Here’s what else you need to know for today…

Notable News:

Trustees of Reservations offers a glimpse of its first urban waterfront park, on Boston Harbor

The Trustees of Reservations released a rendering of the future Piers Park 3 as its been quietly raising the estimated $30 – $40 million it would take to turn the nearly four-acre pier in East Boston into a new waterfront park, read more on The Boston Globe.

North End Sunset:

Plan your events with the Community Calendar:

Thursday, November 26

Thanksgiving Day — No matter how you choose to celebrate, this year’s Thanksgiving will undoubtedly be unlike years past. We at NorthEndWaterfront.com wish you and yours a happy and healthy holiday.

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

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One Reply to “Tuesday’s Brief: Everything You Need to Know About Out of State Travel Restrictions, Glimpse at New Waterfront Park, Thanksgiving 2020

  1. Just some of the politics that I figured would make things worse, and they are. Finger pointing and very little cooperation among states. Each state pointing the finger at the other one for their problems. You can get pulled over in Maine without any probable cause other than having a Massachusetts plate. Politicians drunk with power want to get rid of due process and chip away at personal rights. History has shown that once you give up your rights, you need to fight to get them back.

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