Top Stories: Poisoned Hot Dogs, Tedeschi Crash

Notable stories from the week of Sept. 17-21.

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.

Landscaper accused of poisoning dogs. A group of residents told police they saw a landscaper for the Bricklayer’s building at 550 Medford Street scatter poisoned hotdog pieces on the lawn. The accusation and resulting story set off a firestorm of comments—including some smart ones.

Driver crashes through Tedeschi’s on Main Street. Thursday’s crash at the Tedeschi on Main Street was a crisis narrowly missed, according to a police report.

English owes $723k in back rent for Olives. Todd English apparently owes nearly a quarter-million to a Charlestown property-owner for rent unpaid while Olives remained dormant after it’s 2010 fire—which reportedly caused about $200,000 worth of damage.

BRA approves Eastie, Southie, Charlestown ferry plan. If you've wanted to spend more time in East Boston, your ability to do so is on track to improve. The Boston Redevelopment Authority Board of Directors approved last week of a plan to add two ferry boats to better connect East Boston to South Boston and Charlestown.

A unique piece of architecture in Charlestown. Helen O’Neil does it again—this time bringing us all the relevant details of an unusual building on Albion Place.

karen dempsey carney September 22, 2012 at 06:56 PM
Matt you missed the bogus article in the Harold http://www.bostonherald.com/news/regional/view.bg?articleid=1061162142&chkEm=1


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