Week in Review: Mongolian Restaurant Soon to Open in Long-Vacant Cambridge Street Spot
A look back at Beacon Hill Patch's top stories from March 10-16.
Check out our top stories of the week below (just click the link to see the full story):
Little Lamb Readying to Open in Cambridge Street Spot: The Mongolian restaurant readying to open in the long-vacant Cambridge Street spot that used to house The Spotten Apron is only one step away from opening its doors.
Audrey's Pet Supply Prepares to Close its Doors: While closing Audrey’s is by far the hardest thing I have ever had to do, I believe we have a reason to celebrate everything we have accomplished over the last three years.
Amtrak Ridership Skyrockets on Local Line: Short-range Amtrak travel has soared over the past 15 years and Boston’s Back Bay and South Station are stops on the two most popular routes in the Northeast Corridor.
Police ID 14 Suspects in January Boston Parking Garage Beatings: State Police have made arrests and issued summons in the Park Plaza garage brawl caught on video and uploaded to YouTube.
A Modern Mom-and-Pop in Boston: In the family-friendly South End, the owners of the children's store, Tadpole, are thriving as a family and as business owners in one neighborhood.
Legal Sea Foods Eyes Downtown Crossing Spot: The restaurant company is reportedly in talks to lease space in the new Millenium Place development.
Patrick: Early Ed Head Did Nothing Illegal in Taking Time to Train for Other Job: Sherri Killins stepped down Monday as the head of the Department of Early Education and Care after reports she spent significant time in a superintendent training program.