In a small windfall, three liquidating estate trusts have directed $21,089 to the City of Boston for the maintenance of Copp’s Hill Burying Ground, located in the North End. While details are sketchy, the names of the trusts imply the […]
MARINO, Louis “LuLu” Of Boston’s North End, March 17. Devoted son of the late Brigida and Charles Marino. Beloved brother of Anna Guarino of Medford and the late Edward Marino. Loving uncle of Anna Salamanca, Joe Guarino and the late […]
The following note and petition is being circulated by members of the North End / Waterfront Mothers Association (NEWMA). Dear North End community: The North End has one public elementary school – The Eliot. This past week many North End […]
North Bennet Street School, the North End’s local academy of craftsmanship training, will host a series of informal lecture-demonstrations covering topics of keen interest to neighborhood homeowners and to collectors and admirers of specific, hand-crafted objects. The lectures will take […]
Boston will be among thousands of cities world-wide that have pledged to shut off their lights for Earth Hour, raising awareness about climate change through World Wildife Fund’s Earth Hour 2011 event on March 26th from 8:30 to 9:30 pm. Earth Hour asks participants to turn off all non-essential lighting […]
Good news! The owner of the private parking lot at Commercial Wharf West has installed several new, larger signs to warn parkers of the towing risk that has befallen many residents and visitors. NorthEndWaterfront.com readers will remember when we raised […]
It was moving out day for the printing presses from the City of Boston’s former printing plant on North Street, as captured in the photos below by Bruce McCue. The equipment was recently auctioned off by the city.
RODNEY, Keith Reeves Of Boston, insurance executive, public servant, and avid sailor, died March 6, 2011 at his home in the North End. He was 67 and suffered from esophageal cancer. An insurance and financial industry expert, Keith Rodney in […]