“New drivers to the North End can sometimes find our corners tight,” quipped David Arnold who shares the above photo. “It ...
The Greenway held its first Public Art Kickoff Celebration on May 19th to launch its new exhibits for ...
We’ve all seen pictures of Paul Revere’s house and know how it evolved over the years from the ...
City Councilors Sal LaMattina and Bill Linehan filed an order this week for a hearing to develop a ...
The Friends Of The North End sponsored a viewing this week of the new movie “Boston’s North End ...
The Boston Zoning Commission tabled the Garden Garage project in the West End at a meeting last week regarding a Planned Development Area (PDA) at 35 Lomasney Way. The Garden Garage project proposal by Equity […]
All are welcome to join a fireside chat, Breaking the Cycle of Poverty, hosted by Carla Gomes with Bottom Line Founding Board Member Emerson Foster, VP of Human Resources-NA, Sodexo […]
Three Things to Know Today 1. Looking for some community happenings today? Look no further: 3:00pm: Downtown Waterfront Planning Meeting at City Hall 5th Floor The Municipal Harbor Planning Advisory […]
It has not been a good year so far for fires in the North End. Last month, it was the hoverboard fire on Hanover Street, and a utility room fire on North […]
“New drivers to the North End can sometimes find our corners tight,” quipped David Arnold who shares the above photo. “It took this driver from Georgia – with the help of more than […]
NEMPAC HOSTS SUMMER SOIRÉE | WHITE PARTY JUNE 2 FROM 6 TO 9 PM A Magical Evening of Live Music, Food and Drinks on the Prado The North End Music […]
News release regarding candidacy of Stephen Borelli for Governor’s Council: Former Police Sergeant Stephen Borelli announced his candidacy for Governor’s Council for the 6th District. With over 30 years of […]
The Nazzaro Center, with help from Public Action for the Arts and Education (PAAE), recently completed its 10th annual art contest, a program that involved over 40 boys and girls […]
In what was billed as the match of the school year, St. John School held a teachers vs. students soccer match last Friday, May 20th at Puopolo Park. The soccer […]
Tuesday, May 24th, Here are Three Things You Should Know: 1. Mark the calendar for these local happenings later tonight: Tonight at 7:00pm, the North End / Waterfront Residents Association (NEWRA) will […]
A few weeks ago I went to “The Dynamic City,” a conference at Boston University sponsored by Historic New England and two BU departments—the Initiative on Cities and the American […]
Memorial Day is coming up and for many, that meets heading outside to grill food in the nice weather. As much as we enjoy eating in the warm weather, practicing […]