Ben Agrawal, who took the photo, supplies this report on an incident in the North End shortly before 10 p.m.: Read more.
NorthEndWaterfront.com reports the state Department of Environmental Protection has ruled a proposed 277-room hotel at Lewis Wharf can't be built over most of the pilings that extend past the pier, which would drastically limit the project's size.
Stephanie Hogue remembers Prince Postale:
Prince Postale was a neighborhood within the neighborhood, where you befriended people you might otherwise never meet. North Bennet Street School students, life-long North Enders, transplants, the young and the rest of us, all participated in the wacky, wonderful improvisation that was Prince Postale. So raise your coffee or your tea, your burrito or your slush, and let’s applaud the Postale, where everyone really did know your name or would before you left.
After a pedestrian was run over at the intersection of Lewis and Commercial streets in the North End on May 15, the city banned parking right at the intersection, to improve sight lines for the motorists who are supposed to stop there (but generally don't). Adam Balsam compiled this video report after he filed 311 reports about cars parked in that spot and the city did nothing.
WGBH interviews Peter Baldassari, the man behind All Saints Way, the display of saints' pictures off Battery Street, near Hanover, in the North End.
NorthEndWaterfront.com reports on plans for a third of the Salem Street space.
There's no sign like an old sign, in this case on Commercial Street near the Greenway in the North End.
Of course, it also raises the old question: How many cookies did Andrew eat?
NorthEndWaterfront.com reports that Jack Kelly of Charlestown won't run to replace Sal LaMattina as District 1 city councilor after deciding his heart wasn't really in politics. That leaves three other announced candidates in the race to represent Charlestown, East Boston and the North End.
On a foggy day, JB Parrett captured Old North Church in the North End - and the more recent buildings of downtown.
The BRA, um, BPDA, just won't take no for an answer: After losing several legal battles over its attempts to put a restaurant at the end of Long Wharf, the authority is trying yet again to convince judges to let it get what it wants. Read more.
Adam Castiglioni visited Wiget Street at Salem last night and this morning and sees the flooding continues.
LaMattina, first elected in a special election in 2006, joins Bill Linehan (South Boston, South End, Downtown, Chinatown) and Tito Jackson (Roxbury) in the retirement club - although Jackson hopes to move to get elected mayor instead.