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Prudential Tunnel Now Open; Clarendon Ramp Closed

Massachusetts State Police

Mass Pike traffic may now move in both directions as police have opened the Prudential Tunnel.

The Clarendon Street is still closed and traffic is heavy on Storrow Drive in the area, according to a state police alert after noon.

A morning power outage forced police to close a portion of the Massachusetts Turnpike (I-90) Sunday as workers repaired a lighting and ventilation issue in the tunnel.

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Posted by Massachusetts Legal Resources - June 9, 2013 at 6:34 pm

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Tadpole: A Modern Mom-and-Pop Shop on Clarendon Street

David Hauck owns the South End's modern children's store, Tadpole.

If your image of a mom-and-pop shop doesn’t quite match Tadpole, then you and David Hauck are of the same mind. 

Mr. Hauck is half of the husband-and-wife team that owns the “modern children’s store” on Clarendon Street. But he’s not exactly the little old guy manning the register, and his business is no crowded hole in the wall.

Yet as longtime transplants to Boston who feel grounded in a neighborhood they love, and have built both successful work and home lives around it, this mom and pop – Storey Hieronymus Hauck and David Hauck – have created a version of the American dream here, right in the South End.

Neither of the Haucks set out to be brick-and-mortar business owners, much less Internet merchants. When Ms. Hieronymus Hauck’s high-level boss left her job years ago, Storey took a leap and quit to design jewelry. After seeing an abundance of talent at the trade shows she was attending, in 2003 she opened Turtle, an apparel boutique to showcase new designers.  read more

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Posted by Massachusetts Legal Resources - March 12, 2013 at 9:46 am

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Clarendon at Tremont Street Intersection: Too Dangerous?

In a previous, “You Ask, Patch Answers,” column, several South End residents brought up the intersection of Clarendon Street at Tremont Street near the Boston Center for the Arts, and the confusion that occurs there on a regular basis about which lane can turn in which direction.

Reader Jim Smith said he’s concerned about the fact that it is legal for both lanes to turn in both directions onto Tremont. 

“I think there’s a huge amount of confusion when most folks in the left lane on Clarendon are preparing to turn right onto Waltham and sometimes the right lane from Clarendon turning left onto Tremont attempts to go straight toward Berkeley Street causing a near collision,” Smith said. “I think that signs and street marking should be installed indication “right lane must turn right” and “left lane must turn left” from Clarendon but haven’t made any headway. I’m wondering if others have had the same thought/experience there.” read more

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Posted by Massachusetts Legal Resources - February 25, 2013 at 1:18 pm

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