Top 10 Beacon Hill Stories in January

The biggest stories on Beacon Hill Patch last month.

These ten stories were the most read in January:

1. Vote For Your Favorite Poe Statue Submission: Which design do you think should be used for the Poe statue at Charles and Boylston streets?

2. USPS Raising Price of Stamps Today: The price of stamps is going up and we want to know what you think.

3. 10 Tips for Starting Yoga: Is one of your resolutions to start taking yoga classes? Here are some starter tips.

4. Charles Street Owner Reconsidering Capital One Bank Plan: Linear Retail Properties is "seriously considering" the objections of the Beacon Hill Neighborhood Association Zoning Committee.

5. Edgar Allan Poe Statue Proposals Made Public: The winning design will be installed at the corner of Charles and Boylston Streets.

6. Even Martin Luther King, Jr. Got a 'C' in School: Learn more about the former South End student for MLK Day on Monday.

7. 12 Predictions for 2012: It’s a brand new year. Say good-bye to that miserable 2011 and look forward to these events I’m predicting take place in 2012.

8. Beacon Hill Rallies to Block Capital One Move to Charles Street: The Beacon Hill Civic Association and a separate petition both ask for the neighborhood's help to stop the move.

9. 1 Beacon Street Sovereign Bank Robbed: The alleged thief fled on foot after robbing the bank.

10. PHOTOS: The Ice Sculptures of First Night


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