Police & Fire

Weekly Boston Police Log – July 2, 2009

July 2, 2009 – Weekly Boston Police Journal Log Noted Incidents: B&E Res. 06/27/09 12:55am Fulton st. resident reports unk. person entered through a bedroom window and removed numerous pieces of jewelry and fled the residence. Det’s to follow up incident. Willful & Malicious Destruction of property 06/27/09 2:41am Male suspect arrested inside of a Read More…

Police & Fire

New Neighborhood Crime Reports System

We have added a new page, called Crime Reports, to give residents easy access to a new service rolled out this week by the Boston Police and Utah-based web company CrimeReports.com. For your convenience, we have added it directly on this website accessible through the top navigation bar. Crime data is uploaded each night by Read More…

Health & Environment Meetings Police & Fire

Grill Regulations on Decks & Balconies

A recent Globe article gears up readers for the summer grilling season. For better or worse, the most relevant section to the roof decks and balconies in the North End/Waterfront neighborhood is the Safety section: “Safety – Before buying either type of grill, it’s good to be acquainted with safety rules. State law prohibits liquid Read More…

Community Health & Environment Police & Fire Real Estate

No Rush to Flush on Long Wharf

It’s just too easy to come up with clever little titles for this story in today’s Globe regarding the $300,000 city toilet under construction on Long Wharf by Christopher Columbus Park. The project has encountered one problem after another, keeping that area mostly fenced off for two years. There’s a quote in the article that Read More…

Meetings Police & Fire

Public Safety – “Good Month in North End”

Captain O’Rourke of District A-1 Police reported that May was a good month for the North End, in terms of relatively low crime incidents with no homicides or sexual assaults. After the 2 attacks in April, police have increased patrols throughout the neighborhood and engaged in more proactive questioning of suspicious people by officers. In Read More…

Government Health & Environment Police & Fire

Motorcycle Noise Ordinance On Track

The North End/Waterfront is about to get a bit quieter. In preparation for a City Council vote, the Committee on Government Operations recommended on June 2nd to pass an ordinance regulating the noise levels of motorcycles. This follows a public hearing by the committee on May 26. The ordinance was introduced by District 1 Councilor Read More…