Mayor Marty Walsh, Councilor Sal LaMattina and Elderly Commissioner Emily Shea visited seniors at the North End’s Nazarro Center on ...
The Society of San Rocco held their 2014 procession on Sunday, July 20th through the streets of Boston’s North End. ...
Charles W. Morgan, the last wooden whaleship in the world, came to Boston’s Charlestown Navy Yard this week berthed next ...
The newest water transportation service on Boston Harbor launched this week just in time for the busy season on the ...
The possible rebirth of the iconic Circle Pizza received a unanimous 9-0 vote of support from the North End / ...
There had been a moderate amount of focus on this opening series as last season the Royals started their second half by reeling off a fierce 16-4 streak over the first twenty back; meanwhile the Red Sox showed something like […]
Charles W. Morgan, the last wooden whaleship in the world, took her leave of Boston on Wednesday morning after a week long visit to the Charlestown Navy Yard. Brendan O’Brien captures her departure from the North End side of Boston […]
The following letter and summary comes from the Trustees of Harbor Towers Tower I and II condominiums to the Boston Redevelopment Authority. The letter strongly opposes the Chiofaro Company plan for redevelopment of the Harbor Garage presented at the June […]
The “Notable News” post is your one stop shop of North End / Waterfront News from outside sources. From blogs, to newspapers and more, we find what has been in the news pertaining to the neighborhood. The following is a compilation of articles from alternate news […]
Mayor Marty Walsh, Councilor Sal LaMattina and Elderly Commissioner Emily Shea visited seniors at the North End’s Nazarro Center on Tuesday morning. The North End seniors spoke to the mayor about basic city services and their quality of life as […]
This year is the 100th Anniversary of the Saint Agrippina’s Feast, scheduled for July 31st through August 3rd in Boston’s North End. Organizers have announced headlining entertainment performances by The Temptations on Friday night, August 1st, and Taylor Dayne on […]
It has been a summer of dramatic sunsets. Ruth Marchese shares the latest example overlooking St. Stephen Church and the Prado. “Neighborhood Photo” is a regular feature on NorthEndWaterfront.com. Did you take an interesting photo in or around Boston’s North […]
by Mary Wright, RN, health educator at North End Waterfront Health Hot weather often causes people to lose their appetite but it is important to eat and drink enough to keep you healthy. When it is hot and you do […]
North End Against Drugs along with the Nazzaro Center and NStar have announced the schedule for the 25th North End Family Pride Week in memory of “Bobby D” Decristoforo. The week of events starts on Monday, August 4, 2012 and […]
The Friends of the North End Branch Library are hosting author, Anthony Sammarco, to the library for an Author Talk on Saturday, July 26, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. The author will have his books about the North End on hand […]
Save the bricks. That was the rallying cry last Thursday for Beacon Hill residents. When neighbors heard the city was going to tear up bricks and install concrete ramps at the neighborhood’s intersections they were, like their predecessors in 1947, […]
The Society of San Rocco held their 2014 procession on Sunday, July 20th through the streets of Boston’s North End. Portuguese dancers from Rancho Folclorico de Peabody accompanied the procession as did the Roma Band and Northeast Italian Band. The […]