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Weekend Brief: Red Sox Donate 60,000 Masks to Boston Public Schools, Councilor Campbell Joins Race for Mayor, Engine 1, Yom Kippur

Today is Friday, September 25 and Gov. Baker has activated the MA National Guard in anticipation of protests surrounding the verdict of the Breonna Taylor case; read more on the Boston Herald. Here’s what else you need to know for today… Notable News: Red Sox will donate 60,000 reusable face masks to Boston Public School Read More…

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Thursday’s Brief: Boston Close to Red Category for Coronavirus Transmission, Abutters Meeting for Daily Catch Restaurant Expansion

Today is Thursday, September 24 and protestors gathered around the city yesterday in response to an indictment in the Breonna Taylor case, read more on NBC10 Boston. Here’s what else you need to know for today… Thursday, September 24 6:00PM Abutters Meeting for Daily Catch Restaurant Expansion. An abutters meeting for the Daily Catch Restaurant Read More…

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Wednesday’s Brief: Rise in Rat Reports, Celebrate What Unites Us, EquilibriOM Fitness

Today is Wednesday, September 23, 2020 and a number of Boston businesses are selling RBG bracelets to support women’s rights and honor Ginsburg after her passing this last Saturday, read more on WHDH.com. Here’s what else you need to know for today… 10:00AM Celebrate What Unites Us: Breads! Join the Armenian Heritage Park for a Read More…

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Tuesday’s Brief: First Day of School Starts Entirely Remote, NEWRA/NEWNC Elected Officials Meeting, Frozen Over: Boston’s 19th Century Ice Age

Today is Tuesday, September 22 and Boston Public Schools held their first day of classes with all students learning remotely yesterday with the hope of returning to an in-person classroom as the academic year progresses. Students at the North End’s Eliot School picked up learning kits last week that included schedules and supplies for their Read More…

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Monday’s Brief: Expanded Outdoor Dining Capabilities, First Day for Boston Public Schools, Emergency Informational Meeting on Temporary Heaters & Outdoor Dining

Today is Monday, September 21 and some North End restaurants want expanded outdoor dining capabilities as the city continues to navigate functioning during the pandemic, but others say rules are being ignored, read more on NBC 10 Boston. Here’s what else you need to know for today… 3:00PM Emergency Informational Meetings on Temporary Heaters & Read More…

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Thursday’s Brief: Mandatory North End Licensing Board Hearing, Informational Meeting on Temporary Heaters for Outdoor Dining, Harbor Garage Virtual Impact Advisory Group Meeting

Today is Thursday, September 17 and here’s what you need to know for today… 11:00AM Emergency Informational Meetings on Temporary Heaters & Outdoor Dining. The City’s Licensing Board, in partnership with an interdepartmental team including, but not limited to, the Boston Fire Department, the Inspectional Services Department, the Boston Transportation Department, the Public Improvement Commission, the Read More…

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Wednesday’s Brief: Wu Will Run for Mayor, Boston Public Market Reopens, Downtown Bike Network To Become Permanent, Boston Common Master Plan Virtual Open House

Today is Wednesday, September 16 and the Boston Public Market is reopening starting today with new rules to follow COVID-19 guidelines and a new outdoor plaza, read more on Boston.com. Here’s what else you need to know for today… 6:00PM Boston Common Master Plan Virtual Open House. The Boston Parks and Recreation Department has announced Read More…

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Tuesday’s Brief: Police Dept. Task Force Suggests New Office, Wharf District Council Meeting, Designing for Equity & Engaging Diverse Communities, Global Warming & Cooling in Early Boston, Boston’s Streets Before 1701

Today is Tuesday, September 15 and the task force that was charged with recommending how Boston can tackle police department reform has suggested the city create the Office of Policing Accountability and Transparency to review and resolve civilian complaints against police, read more on Boston.com. Here’s what else you need to know for today… 5:00PM Read More…

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Monday’s Brief: Neighborhood Council Meeting, More Restaurants Could Close, Three States Removed From Quarantine Exemption, Patriots Win

Today is Monday, September 14 and with outdoor dining season soon coming to an end, Boston could continue to see more restaurant closures as the pandemic continues, read more on The Boston Globe. Here’s what else you need to know for today… 7:00PM NEWNC Meeting. The North End/Waterfront Neighborhood Council (NEWNC) will hold its September Read More…

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Weekend Brief: Remembering 9/11, Teachers to be Randomly Tested for COVID-19 Weekly, USS Constitution Sept. 11 Commemoration

Today is Friday, September 11, the nineteenth anniversary of the attacks on the United States, read more about some local events to commemorate the anniversary. Here’s what else you need to know for this weekend… 8:30AM USS Constitution Sept. 11 Commemoration. The crew of USS Constitution is scheduled to commemorate the tragic loss of life Read More…

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Thursday’s Brief: COVID-19 Testing Lab Suspended After 400 False Positive Results, Electoral Recount Process Hearing, NEWRA Meeting

Today is Thursday, September 10 and Coronavirus testing at a Boston lab was suspended after an investigation uncovered nearly 400 false positive COVID-19 results, read more on NBC Boston. Here’s what else you need to know for today… 10:00AM Hearing to discuss Boston’s Electoral Recount Process. The City Council Committee on Civil Rights will hold Read More…

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Wednesday’s Brief: Home Buyers Flock to the Burbs, NEMPAC Welcome Back Days, Celebrate What Unites Us, The Shape of Play, Harbor Garage Redevelopment Meeting, Taste of North End

Today is Wednesday, September 9 and if you’ve been thinking of leaving the city and potentially buying real estate in the suburbs, you’re not the only one. All it took was a global pandemic for millennial home buyers in Boston to start doing the previously unthinkable – now making it a norm for houses in Read More…