Week in Review: Priest Accused of Pedophilia a Beacon Hill Resident
A look back at Beacon Hill Patch's top stories from Sept. 9-Sept. 15.
Check out our top stories of the week below (just click the link to see the full story):
Where to Go Apple Picking Near Boston: There are lots of great places near Boston you can get to in less than an hour.
Developers Scrap Office Plans to Build More Residential Space: Two of the city's biggest developers recently changed proposals, reducing office space in favor of more residential space. Why that might be good for Boston.
Beacon Hill Block Party This Sunday: Catch up with hundreds of your neighbors this Sunday at Beacon Hill's social event of the fall, the Neighborhood Block Party.
Romney + Adultery Billboard: Funny? Inappropriate? Both?: Mitt Romney is a cheater—at least on his taxes—according to online, extramarital personals website AshleyMadison.com.
Esplanade to Get a New Walking Path This Weekend: The state conservation department has teamed up with the American Heart Association to create the new path.
PHOTOS: Remembering Those Who Died on Sept. 11: The mayor and governor joined family members of 9/11 victims on Tuesday morning in commemoration ceremonies.
YOUR TURN: Restrictions for Elderly Drivers?: Should the state intervene when drivers reach a certain age?
Should Doctors Institute Weight Limits for Patients?: Dr. Helen Carter is no longer accepting patients who weigh over 200 pounds or have a Body Mass Index (BMI) over 30. What do you think about her new rule?