A “non-viable male” body was pulled from Boston Harbor at Long Wharf on Wednesday afternoon, according to the Boston Fire ...
A class from the Academy for Global Studies at Austin High School traveled from Texas to the North End last ...
Spring weather is in the April air, welcoming outdoor activities and the start of spring sports around the city. It ...
(Photos above by Phil Orlandella) THANK YOU to everyone who came out to this year’s Egg Hunt – It was ...
Team Miles of Memories, an event to benefit the American Cancer Society Relay for Life, was a huge success thanks ...
Notable News: North Ender Heals After Marathon, Jumpstarting the Waterfront, Townhouse Sells and Easter’s Pizza Chiena
Haven’t had much time to surf the web for the North End / Waterfront news this past week? Not to worry – ...
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. ...
On April 15, 1920, a double murder set off a sequence of events that led to the controversial, and later ...
With literally thousands of 6th and 8th graders across the city trying to place the first step of their future ...
In advance of a public meeting next week, the Boston Redevelopment Authority has released a draft planning document for the ...
A “non-viable male” body was pulled from Boston Harbor at Long Wharf on Wednesday afternoon, according to the Boston Fire Department. Authorities have yet to identify the body that was sighted in the water on the north side of Long […]
A class from the Academy for Global Studies at Austin High School traveled from Texas to the North End last February to study “The Italians of Boston.” Documenting neighborhood history and culture, the group interviewed experts and individuals with first […]
Champion’s league-UEFA Cristiano Ronaldo’s return may come sooner than some predicted. With his return to practice this week, he might ready take to the field for the semifinal against German giant Bayern Munich. Bayern CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge said of Ronaldo’s […]
Boston Public Works Spring Leaf and Yard Waste Collection 4 Weeks April 28 – May 23 on your recycling day by 7:00am Look Up Your Recycling Day Place leaves, and yard debris in large paper leaf bags or open barrels […]
North End Against Drugs held its Annual Easter Party at the Nazzaro Community Center on Saturday April 19th. Over 100 people attended with their children. It was a hopping good time as the kids colored Easter eggs, took photos with […]
After filming a 2012 pilot under the name, “Terminales,” ABC Family is returning to film scenes for the upcoming series to be called “Chasing Life.” The main character, a young journalist with family issues and a cancer diagnosis, lives in […]
North End resident, Mary O., was caught in the parade parking restrictions on Patriot’s Day and has some suggestions for the signage and car towing process during special events. With the parade, Hanover Street had “No parking Monday” posted. Typically, […]
Spring weather is in the April air, welcoming outdoor activities and the start of spring sports around the city. It also means Hubway stations are back in action after their winter hiatus. We profiled the six Hubway bike stations in […]
The introduction to this article series here at northendwaterfront.com comes at no better time than now. The Boston Bruins are making a historic debut against what is now a classic divisional rival, the Detroit Red Wings. Old school hockey fans […]
Although the focus was on the big race on the other side of town, the North End kept up its annual Patriot’s Day traditions with Old North’s Lantern Ceremony and the National Lancers re-enactment of the Paul Revere’s midnight ride […]
Bostonians are generally happy souls. Why shouldn’t we be? We’ve got easy walking, pretty parks, convenient shopping and generally good city services. But most have the same complaints. At the top of the list are bad bicyclists, trashy streets and […]
It’s a busy week with not just the Marathon, but Patriot’s Day and several school vacation week! Our weekly events post is featured at the beginning of each week to bring you an organized list of community happenings for the […]