The Week: Navy Week and Charlestown Pride
Notable stories from the week of July 2-6.
We know it can be easy to fall behind on the news. If you fell behind this week, here are five stories we think you should take a look at:
Navy Week in Boston. There’s not a lot to say about this story—at least, not in words. We did our best, though, to tell the story in pictures.
Domino’s heads to the Boston Licensing Board next week. The Charlestown Neighborhood Council has had its say on the matter of a franchise owner who would like to bring a Domino’s to Main Street. Now, the Boston Licensing Board gets its say.
Good news/bad news. We got word this week that the Tuttle’s cleaners on Moulton Street will shut down this fall. While it’s sad to see a local business going away, it opens the door for another business to take its place—and lots of residents have ideas for the space.
Charlestown is Boston’s third-most prideful neighborhood. I’m not telling you anything new by suggesting that Charlestown residents don’t think of themselves as Bostonians—not primarily, anyway—but now I have data to back it up.