2014 Holy Week and Easter Sunday Schedule at North End Churches Old North Church: Friday, April 18 ~ Good Friday Service ~ 1pm Saturday, ...
Neighborhood Council Supports Proposals for Urban Cantina, 106 Prince St. and Acqua; Hears from RUFF
The North End / Waterfront Neighborhood Council (NEWNC) met on April 14, 2014 to discuss and consider several community initiatives. A summary of the ...
On April 15, 1920, a double murder set off a sequence of events that led to the controversial, and later declared unjust, trial convictions ...
With literally thousands of 6th and 8th graders across the city trying to place the first step of their future on the most solid ...
In advance of a public meeting next week, the Boston Redevelopment Authority has released a draft planning document for the Downtown Waterfront. If you’ve ...
The Good Neighbor Recognition Award recipients for April 2014 are the Friends of the North End Branch Library – Garden Committee for their volunteer ...
It is opening week for Parla, an Italian speakeasy at 230 Hanover Street (formerly Il Villaggio) in Boston’s North End. The new team in ...
A large social event for North End / Waterfront residents was held this week by the Friends of Christopher Columbus Park (FOCCP). The group ...
2014 Holy Week and Easter Sunday Schedule at North End Churches Old North Church: Friday, April 18 ~ Good Friday Service ~ 1pm Saturday, April 19 ~ Family Easter Service ~ 3:30pm Sunday, April 20 ~ Festival Eucharist ~ 9am […]
Taste of the North End Offers Guests a Taste of Italy Celebrate the 21st anniversary and elect the best bite in the North End WHAT: The Taste of the North End – one of Boston’s most popular festivals of food, […]
The North End Chamber of Commerce is proud to partner with The City Of Boston for “Boston Shines” Please join us on Saturday, May 10th Meet at the Prado / Paul Revere Mall 9:00 am – 12 pm 8:30 a.m […]
Two loud booms were heard throughout downtown on the night of the one-year anniversary ceremonies of the Boston Marathon attacks as police detonated two unattended backpacks near the finish line. A suspect was taken into custody who allegedly said the […]
The North End / Waterfront Neighborhood Council (NEWNC) met on April 14, 2014 to discuss and consider several community initiatives. A summary of the issues discussed and the results for voting items are shown below. (The numbers in parenthesis refer […]
On April 15, 1920, a double murder set off a sequence of events that led to the controversial, and later declared unjust, trial convictions of Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti. Their execution on August 23, 1927 is blamed on anti-Italian […]
St. John School welcomed CBS Boston Reporter Paula Ebben and WBZ-TV 4 to our school to film an “Eye on Education” story about our school’s tower garden. “Eye on Education” is a series that features a weekly segment on the […]
Take a deep breath baseball fans. The season’s finally here! Our World Champion Boston Red Sox are back in action. From now until (hopefully) November, you can turn here for insight, news, and analysis of our beloved Sawx. For those […]
The following news release is from Pine Street Inn regarding North Ender Beth Conway’s upcoming Marathon run. Beth Conway of Boston’s North End is running the 2014 Boston Marathon in support of the Pine Street Inn. This is Beth’s first […]
With literally thousands of 6th and 8th graders across the city trying to place the first step of their future on the most solid footing possible, 13 North End/Nazzaro youth hit the equivalent of the academic lottery by gaining entrance […]
There is a lot of action on the young person’s front. City fathers and mothers are trying to attract people age 20 to 34. Mayor Menino created an initiative called ONEin3 to engage that age group and help Boston serve […]
Let’s move on from the rankings (see Part I) and talk about simple size coupled with opportunity. Canada with a population of 35 million can be removed from this argument because they invented this sport and have 50 years of […]