Week in Review: Woman Robbed, Knights Site Plans
A look at some of the top stories on Charlestown Patch last week.
Life gets busy, and Patch certainly understands that. So with that in mind, here are a few stories you might have missed on Charlestown Patch this week:
- Woman Bitten, Robbed on Green Street—Boston Police are looking for two suspects after one of them allegedly bit a woman before taking off with her cell phone and wallet on Tuesday afternoon.
- Patch Answers: Plans for Former Knights Site—In a new feature on Charlestown Patch, readers are invited to ask questions about anything they see or hear about in town and want to know more about. This week, we turn an eye on 75 West School St., the site of the former Knights of Columbus hall.
- BRA Approves Navy Yard Apartment Building—The Boston Redevelopment Authority last week unanimously approved plans to construct a new four-story apartment building in the Charlestown Navy Yard, on a site known as Parcel 39a.
- Police Reports: TV, Cell Phone Stolen From Home—A cell phone and television were stolen in a break-in on Corey Street on Wednesday, Feb. 13.
- Story of the Bunker Hill Monument, Part 2—The second in a two-part series about the history of Bunker Hill Monument in Charlestown. Click here to read part 1.
- Patch Answers: Can Parking Spots Be Saved? Several Charlestown readers have expressed frustration over even tighter parking around town after the Feb. 8-9 blizzard dropped more than two feet of snow on Boston. But are space savers allowed?
- BRA OKs Apartment Tower Near TD Garden—The Boston Redevelopment Authority has given the go-ahead for a developer to construct a new 38-story apartment and retail tower near the TD Garden.
- Old Schoolboys Accepting Scholarship Applications—The Old Charlestown Schoolboys Association is now accepting applications for its annual scholarship program.
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