Community Food & Drink Police & Fire

Court Rules in Favor of “North End Ten” Against the BRA’s Plan for Doc’s Long Wharf

A group of neighborhood residents, locally known as the “North End Ten,” scored a major win in Superior Court against the Boston Redevelopment Authority (BRA). The action stops the development of a proposed 220-seat waterfront restaurant, Doc’s Long Wharf, on the end of Boston’s Long Wharf, subject to a possible appeal. In a June 10, Read More…

Food & Drink Police & Fire

Licensing Board to Consider Non-Use Violation by Doc’s Long Wharf

The Licensing Board will hear from Doc’s Long Wharf on Tuesday, May 3rd regarding the non-use of its alcohol license as of March 30, 2011. Alcohol licenses expire after a non-use period of usually one year. Doc’s was intending to lease the location from the Boston Redevelopment Authority that owns the property. However, ten North Read More…

Community Real Estate

Resident Group Wins Round One in Long Wharf Restaurant Case

A group of ten local residents challenging plans to locate a restaurant on the end of Long Wharf won the first series of court motions against the City and State. The court denied dismissal motions by the City’s Boston Redevelopment Authority (BRA) and the State’s Department of Environmental Protection (DEP). Notifications of the court rulings Read More…

Community Food & Drink Real Estate

Local Residents File Legal Challenge to Proposed Long Wharf Restaurant

In a legal filing to the Massachusetts Superior Court, a group of ten North End/Waterfront residents have turned to the court to challenge a proposed restaurant at the end of Long Wharf. Potential issues raised by the residents include excessive noise, damage to public open space/parkland and impairment of scenic quality on the wharf. In Read More…

Photos & Videos Police & Fire

Video for Missing Person, Gene Losik

Eugene Losik, 25, remains missing. This video is from the Eagle Tribune as part of an article, “He has to be alive somewhere.” Background: Gene attended a friend’s birthday, on Fri., Feb 19, 2010, along with his fiance, at Sissy K’s a bar at Faneuil Hall/Quincy Market. Shortly thereafter he went back to his hotel, Read More…

Police & Fire

Boston Police Issue Missing Person Alert – Long Wharf/Faneuil Hall Area

MISSING PERSONS ALERT: BOSTON POLICE SEEK PUBLIC’S ASSISTANCE IN EFFORTS TO LOCATE MISSING PERSON The Boston Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in their efforts to locate a person who has been missing since February 20, 2010. The missing person is described below: Name: Eugene Losik Sex: male Age: 25 Race: white Height: 5’11” Read More…

Community Food & Drink Real Estate

Appeal to Stop “Doc’s Long Wharf” is Denied

The decision came down Friday to deny a challenge by local residents to stop a restaurant at the far end of Long Wharf, known as “Doc’s Long Wharf.” The action was taken by the State’s Department of Environment Protection (DEP) as it considered the residents’ challenge to the license it previously granted to the Boston 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…