Good morning, JP. I hope your basement isn't under a foot of water, as some are after Tuesday's drenching. Here's your Morning Memo for all things JP. #5onMain: Here's a challenge that's right up JP's alley. Mayor Marty Walsh wants all residents to buy at least five holiday gifts in the city's 20 Main Street business districts.
Hi neighbors. Here's your Morning Memo for all things JP for Wednesday, Oct. 29. UPDATE: As expected, the Licensing Board put off action until after they hear from the JP Neighborhood Council. UPDATE: The Licensing Board could vote Thursday up or down on Caffè Nero's license to serve food, though it is more likely action will be delayed until after a Tuesday, Nov.
Hi neighborhood. Here's your Morning Memo for all things JP for Thursday, June 19. Thursdays on the Lawn: It's going to be a great day to drop by the historic Loring-Greenough House. Thursday afternoon there will be food trucks, farm stands and music. Then Thursday night it's an outdoor showing of Disney's "Frozen."
Hi neighborhood. I've let it get into the afternoon, but here's your better-late-than-never Morning Memo for all things JP for Monday, June 9. Celebrate Librarian Laura Foner: Monday evening from 6-8 p.m., stop by the Connolly Branch Library to pay tribute to Laura Foner, the well-known children's librarian who is retiring after 18 years of service to the neighborhood. There will be refreshments, music and the presentation of a book of stories, photos and drawings for Foner. 433 Centre St.