Monthly Archives: November 2009

Boston’s 24-Hour Map

Universal Hub's Adam Gaffin has created a database of places in Boston that are open 24 hours a day. The North End/Waterfront area only...

New Stillman St. Tot Lot Opens

After several years of construction, a new North End tot lot playground has opened on Stillman St., near the corner of Salem St. It...

NEWRA’s ZLC Committee Listens to Lucia’s Live Entertainment Proposal

Owner Donato Frattaroli of Ristorante Lucia at 415 Hanover St. presented with his attorney, Michael Overson, at the November 24th NEWRA Zoning, Licensing and...

Hearing on State Bill to Protect Groundwater

On Tuesday, December 1, the Massachusetts Joint Committee on the Environment, Natural Resources and Agriculture will hold a hearing on a landmark bill to...

NEAD Annual Christmas in New York City Day

NEAD (North End Against Drugs) Annual Christmas in New York City Day will take place on Saturday, December 12th.  The cost is $40.00 per...

Prince St. Renovation Needs Zoning Relief

Damian Szary presented at the NEWRA Zoning, Licensing & Construction Committee meeting to describe the zoning variance he is seeking for 112 Prince Street....

Options For Kids Over Thanksgiving Break

From the NEWMA list: On Thanksgiving Day, all Boston Youth and Family Centers (including the Nazzaro Center in the North End) are closed. The Boston Public...

Holiday Travel Tips From MassDOT

MASSDOT ENCOURAGES RESIDENTS AND VISITORS TO PLAN AHEAD DURING BUSY HOLIDAY TRAVEL SEASON
 
Offers Tips for Drivers, Transit Riders
 
Thanksgiving week marks the beginning of the winter holiday travel season and the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) is encouraging residents and visitors to plan ahead to avoid delays. MassDOT is offering the following tips for drivers, transit riders and those flying to and from Logan Airport.

Green Ticket Bill Vote Postponed to January by State Legislature

The State legislature ended its 2009 session last week without consideration of the Green Ticket Bill, which is now likely to be brought up...

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