Several nose-holding citizens (or maybe just one particularly incensed citizen) filed 311 complaints yesterday and today about a stench-creating garbage truck that's been just sitting on North Street over the weekend: Read more.
Anybody have a recommendation for scungilli (conch, often sliced thin and marinated) salad in the North End/downtown? My go-to place has gone-too. I'd also happy knowing of a local market that sells scungilli.
NorthEndWaterfront.com reports that earlier this month, somebody got down low to the ground with a saw and cut down two saplings at the Copp’s Hill Burying Ground - the latest trees to be killed in a spree that dates to 1995.
Brighton Center has had a similar problem, but the man responsible for that has never been known to leave that neighborhood.
On a busy Saturday night in February, a new kitchen worker at Ducali Pizzeria on Causeway Street snapped while being teased by a co-worker and beat the man to the floor, where he tried to smash the guy's face into broken shards from glassware that had tumbled there during their fight, police and the family that owns the restaurant said at a hearing today. Read more.
KMV reports the interior walls and ceiling of a building under renovation on North Street at Fleet Street collapsed around midnight. No injuries, but the streets are shut as a precaution. Photo of the damage.
At 9:07 tonight, a concerned citizen in Charlestown filed a 311 complaint about some bright lights in the big city, specifically, the spotlights across the harbor at Puopolo Park in the North End: Read more.
This sign, posted at the construction site on Causeway street just east of North Station / The Garden, offers arriving truck drivers a chance to test their logic skills. Astute observers will note that it allows, for example, 1 concrete truck and 500 delivery trucks.