Week in Review: Election 2012 Rolls Through Town

A look back at South End Patch's top stories from March 5 - 11.

Unofficial primary results from the South End's precincts.

More on Election 2012-03-10

In the city overall, only 7.83 percent of registered voters, or 27,561 out of 352,123, turned up at the polls, according to preliminary data.

John Keith may or may not have been at the "Romney for President" event last night at Boston's Westin Copley Place hotel. The following conversation may or may not have taken place.

Plus unofficial results from the South End's State Committee Man and Woman and Ward Committee races.

Former Gov. Mitt Romney, as expected, won the Bay State's Republican primary, according to the CNN, NBC and the Associated Press.

Massachusetts voters will name their GOP pick today on Super Tuesday.

Other News

The commission is waiting to act on the construction of the proposed "Ink Block" project at the site until the project clears the Zoning Board of Appeals.

 Tremont Dental Care is our Best of Patch Readers’ Choice winner for best dentists in the South End.

A round-up of favorite dentists in the Greater Boston area.

City Council passed a resolution calling for a "three strikes" bill working its way through the legislature to let judges keep control over sentencing, among other recommendations.

Last Wednesday's Fairy DogParents fundraiser brought local celebrities to the South End's Ilex Designs floral shop.

Police News

He was listed in serious condition but was expected to survive his injuries, according to police.

Garrick Thames, 39, of Boston, was arrested by Boston Police on Sunday morning.

The woman was eight months pregnant, according to police.

Aisha Abdi Yusuf was arrested late Tuesday night at Back Bay Station.

A man on Washington Street witnessed a street robbery and then sprung into action.


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