Week in Review: Food Trucks, Upper Crust, Drug Arrests

In case you missed it, here are the week's top headlines from the South End.

The following were the top headlines on South End Patch from Nov. 12 to Nov. 17, 2012: 

South End Resident Charged with Assault and Battery on a Public Employee

A disturbance on Northampton Street lead to the arrest of a South End man earlier this week.

City Still Working on Hubway Helmet Solution

While city officials are still eager to partner with MIT helmet vendors HelmetHub, a fix to the lack of helmets on the Hubway is unclear.

Man Freed From Prison Arrested Again on Drug Dealing Charges in South End

Torrie Haynes, 30, who was released from a three-year prison term due to the scandal at the state drug lab in JP, was arrested on new charges in the South End on Saturday.

Upper Crust in Danger of Going Under

The financially and legally troubled Boston-based pizza chain has shut some locations, including its South End location, and its future remains uncertain.

Food Trucks to Remain at SoWa Year Round

Even though the main open market is done for the season, the SoWa vintage market and the food truck court will live on throughout the winter.


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