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 look at:
Fish truck searching for home. Neighborhood Councilor Bill Galvin said that the committee ruled out First Avenue, but has .
Domino’s headed for Main Street? A local Domino’s chain is . A lot of people have voiced their concerns about what it could mean for the neighborhood. What do you think?
More recycling and advertisements coming to our sidewalks? Councilor at-large Felix Arroyo said he recently visited Chicago, where he found positioned with street trash cans. Upon further investigation, he said, he found out that the bins were provided and cleaned by a private company at no cost to the city. In exchange, the company places family-friendly advertising on the bins. He called it a “no brainer” to bring this kind of program to Boston.
Olives on track to open. We learned this week that the restaurant has its .
Miller to remain part of Life Focus Center process. Leaders from the Life Focus Center to talk about what will come next in the wake of the .