We know it can be easy to fall behind in the news. If you fell behind this week, here are five stories we think you should take a look at.
USS Constitution to take first sail in 15 years: Okay. So, this event is , but we’ve been talking about it all week. The Constitution will sail Sunday morning to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the sea battle that gave it its “Old Ironsides” nickname. Go to this. Just go.
One of the coolest places in Charlestown. Literally: Helen O’Neil brings her typical good work to the —an area rich with history and good feeling.
Painter of Walford Way gets showing: Remember our story about ? Well, now . Following the publication of our story, an anonymous donor stepped forward to sponsor Smith to get a spot at the upcoming event at .
Charlestown wind turbine back in action: The Massachusetts Water Resources Authority Tuesday that the Charlestown wind turbine has returned to service. The recent foundation reinforcement should be the last of the technical work performed on the site for the near future—though the authority is still slated to plant greenery around the turbine's base.
Thief steals… kayak? A Victim on Constitution Road reports sometime between 6 p.m. and 8 a.m., . At the time of the theft the kayak was tied to a boat in the marina.