Live Boston reports things got a bit out of hand shortly before 3 a.m. at Salem and Prince streets. While one police officer applied a tourniquet to the man's wrist, others were busy arresting a suspect. Read more.
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Court officer charged in North End couch-moving rage that sent victim to the hospital with multiple broken bones
A Charlestown court officer who lives on Salem Street in the North End grew so angry at noise from a man helping a friend move a couch that he punched the man in the face, then pushed him down the stairs, breaking multiple bones in his legs that required surgery to set, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office charges. Read more.
Adam Castiglioni reports that Shasa Cafe, a "French-Congolese fusion brunch restaurant" opened last week at 115 Salem St..
The Boston Licensing Board decides tomorrow whether to grant a food-serving license to Sandra Russo, who wants to open North End Creamery at 121 Salem St. Read more.
A vexed North End citizen files a 311 complaint about all the bleepity-bleep beeping on Salem Street: Read more.
Wu tells North End restaurant owners if they hate the outdoor patio program so much, she can just cancel it completely
Kristina Rex posts a copy of a letter Mayor Wu sent to North End restaurant owners that says the proposed outdoor-dining fee is because the people who actually live in the North End are fed up with the disruptions caused by outdoor dining there and the money would try to make things a bit better for them.
But, Wu continues: Read more.
Update: Name change approved.
The owners of New England Wichcraft Company on Salem Street today asked the Boston Licensing Board to let them change the name to New England Wicked Craft Company. Read more.
North End restaurant that had been warned about Covid-19 issues before gets a one-day license supension for new violation; three other eateries also dinged
The Boston Licensing Board this week ordered a one-day shutdown for Rabia's on Salem Street after BPD detectives found too many people inside on Feb. 20. Read more.
The Boston Licensing Board today notified the owners of Rabia's on Salem Street they better cut it out with the maskless servers, the more than six people crowded at tables, the wandering violinists popping in to play for diners. Read more.
Licensing Board slams North End restaurant for raft of Covid-19 violations, including letting neighborhood violinist play for diners
The Boston Licensing Board this morning told the manager and lawyer for Rabia's, 73 Salem St., that if they can't keep the North End's pair of wandering violinists out and if servers keep serving diners after 9:30 p.m. and won't wear masks, the place should just shut down. Read more.
Man leads police on slow-speed chase down Salem Street in the North End; is arrested on charges of being a complete Masshole
The Zoning Board of Appeal voted 4-3 today to approve a plan to put four apartments atop an existing real-estate office at 97 Salem St. in the North End, which means the proposal was defeated because state law requires at least five votes. Read more.
North End residents explode in anger after sitting in City Hall for 90 minutes waiting for a hearing on a Salem Street proposal that was deferred
A Zoning Board of Appeal hearing scheduled for 11:30 a.m. on a proposal to add a five-story addition to a real-estate office on Salem Street wasn't called until 1 p.m. And then the building owner's attorney asked for a deferral because there were only six board members left by that time - and projects need at least five votes to go ahead. Read more.
Never mind the Goat, we've got the Seagull - and a British tourist was there to record it all on Salem Street in the North End - and provide appropriately horrified commentary, because nothing like this ever happens in jolly old England.
Via Megan Johnson.
Don't let the media - especially the out-of-town Boston haters - deceive you into thinking that small pack of no doubt alcohol-infused bros from Sudbury or New Hampshire or some other sad excuse of a place got into their shirt-tearing brawl at the Patriots parade. Read more.
Woman had just sat down on toilet at North End restaurant when she noticed a phone in a nearby potted plant, videoing her
The bartender at a Salem Street restaurant was fired and could yet face criminal charges for putting his phone in a potted plant in the unisex restroom and then setting it to take video just as a woman patron was entering one night earlier this year. Read more.
Mary Beth O'Leary spotted this sign on Salem Street in the North End this morning, in reaction to (brace yourself) these railings: Read more.
NorthEndWaterfront.com reports on plans for a third of the Salem Street space.
Adam Castiglioni visited Wiget Street at Salem last night and this morning and sees the flooding continues.
Adam Castiglioni reports Boston Common Coffee, 97 Salem St., will be shutting its doors for good on Monday - after first trying to drain its remaining stocks by handing out free coffee.
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