Here are highlights from the police blotter for Jamaica Plain from Friday and the long weekend.
After nearly nine years on Green Street, a JP boutique specializing in eco-friendly, ethically-produced children’s clothing will reopen in a bigger space around the corner on Thursday.
Entrepreneurs aiming to open an Alsatian-style restaurant in JP in 2015 have announced a series of three “pop-up” restaurants at Vee Vee.
Good morning, JP and welcome to your first workday of September. Here’s your Morning Memo for all things Jamaica Plain for Tuesday, Sept. 2.
Thieves cut a lock on a Lamartine St. backyard shed this morning (8/31/14) and stole a bike. Another shed was also broken into on nearby Chestnut Square this morning and five bikes were stolen. Please be on the look-out for bike thieves and “hot” bikes being sold on the market. Continue Reading →
Hello neighbors. Here’s your Morning Memo for all things Jamaica Plain for Friday, Aug. 29.
A controversial element of the former Blessed Sacrament campus is coming together, Curbed Boston reports, as the old Norbert School’s conversion to rental lofts is nearly complete. Rents run in the neighborhood of $2,000 for studios and one-bedrooms.
All but two of the 21 units are market-rate housing. The plan has been controversial, with some residents calling for more affordable units, according to the Gazette.