Top Ten Stories from the South End in May

Top ten most read articles.

The numbers are in, and these are the most popular South End stories according to you and your neighbors in the month of May: 

1. New Puerto Rican Restaurant Opens in South End: Find out what’s on the menu at the South End’s newest Spanish restaurant.

2. South End to Get New Public Art on Friday: Local award-winning artist David Phillips, known for his public art at Boston Common, will unveil a new sculpture at the Animal Rescue League.

3. Lekker Home Celebrates 10-Year Anniversary: Find out what’s lead to the South End retailer’s continued success in the neighborhood.

4. Roads to Be Repaved in the South End This Summer: Find out if your street will be under construction this summer.

5. Three Displaced by Morning Fire on Mass Ave: A small fire caused an estimated $ 100,000 of damage throughout a three-apartment building on Mass. Ave, according to the Boston Fire Department.

6. 11 South End Chefs to Cook at Fenway’s ‘Boston Bites Back’ See which South End chefs volunteered to raise $ 1 million for The One Fund.

7. South Enders Celebrate Marriage Equality Anniversary at Public Garden: Friday, May 17 marked the 9th anniversary of the law that allowed gay and lesbian couples to marry in Massachusetts.

8. Police: Two Women Hurt During Knife Fight on Shawmut Avenue: One woman was arrested for assault with a knife.

9. South End Chocolatier Expands to North End: See which South End pastry chef is opening a new bakery cafe in the North End.

10. New Owner for Columbus Ave Apartment Complex: Find out which real estate firm is expanding its footprint in the South End.

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