Business Community Featured

Editor’s Note: Winding Down our Community News Project

After nearly 12 years, NorthEndWaterfront.com will be winding down over the next few months and cease publishing in January 2021.  This announcement comes with great respect and much gratitude to our strong and supportive readership. Simply put, the site has over-stretched our technical and spare-time limits as an ad-hoc operation. Year after year, I wondered Read More…

Featured Kids & Families

Halloween Happenings: Your Spooky 2020 Guide!

Some might say 2020 has been frightening enough, but local groups and organizations are doing what they can to bring the Halloween fun to the North End / Waterfront this year! Read below for your guide to this year’s spooky season. Tuesday, October 27 2:15PM: NEMPAC Halloween Community Dance Class. Join Dance Director Amanda Teneriello Read More…

Event Notices

Climate Ready Boston to Present Resilience Reports Oct. 29

Climate Ready Boston’s project team will release their long-awaited climate resilience reports focusing on the North End, Downtown, and Dorchester on Thursday, October 29th at 12:00PM. The one hour long release celebration will begin with a brief presentation of both neighborhood reports, followed by a panel discussion with key City experts, and wrapping up with Read More…

Featured Police & Fire

Wharf District Council Police Update: Assaults, Bank Robbery, Larcenies, Disorderly Conduct, and Election Day Preparedness

Boston Police Department (BPD) Sergeant Steven Moy provided a police report at the October Wharf District Council (WDC) meeting. Sergeant Moy spoke to an uptick in issues related to the homeless population due to COVID-19’s effects on shelter capacity and on the BPD’s continuing engagement efforts to provide services. WDC Member Joanne-Hayes Rines thanked the Read More…

Daily Briefs

Weekend Brief: Boston Public Schools Shift to All Remote Learning, Cobblestone Cafe Closes, Last Day to Register to Vote

Today is Friday, October 23 and Cobblestone Cafe on Hanover Street has closed according to a post on their Facebook page. Cobblestone Cafe first opened in 2013, taking over the space that had been home to Hot Tomatoes Express. Read more from Boston Restaurant Talk. We are incredibly sad to announce that Saturday (9/26) will Read More…

Business Featured Food & Drink

Caffé Ducali Opens in Boston’s North End

Caffé Ducali, an an Italian-inspired espresso bar, has opened at 289 Causeway Street, next door to Ducali Pizzeria, in Boston’s North End. Managing Partner Philip Frattaroli and the team behind Filmark Hospitality Group, which also owns Ristorante Lucia, Filippo, Ducali, and Cunard Tavern, announced the grand opening on Thursday, October 22, 2020. “We always seek Read More…

Featured Meetings

Wharf District Council Meeting Reports: High St. Pod-Style Hotel, State St. Renovation, Pinnacle Project Update

The Wharf District Council (WDC) held its October meeting on Tuesday, October 20 via Zoom. A number of notable reports and community updates were included as part of a full agenda. Elsey Partners “Pod-Style Hotel” at 188 High St. Kansas-based developer Elsey Partners, represented by owner Chris Elsey and Senior Architect Brad Buser, appeared before Read More…

Health & Environment Photos & Videos

North End Rehab Hosts Pizza Party for Seniors [Photos]

The North End Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center hosted a pizza party for local seniors last week. The event was catered by Pizza Goddess, who set up their pizza oven in the parking lot! The grab-and-go pizza fest brought many masked smiles. Photos courtesy of North End Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center

Health & Environment

October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Domestic violence affects millions of Americans, both women and men, of every race, religion, and culture. It’s not just physical abuse — it’s yelling, humiliation, stalking, manipulation, threats, and isolation. Since the start of the coronavirus crisis there has been a spike in abuse. The public health measures designed to slow coronavirus disease have created Read More…

Daily Briefs

Wednesday’s Brief: Boston Ranked 13th ‘Rattiest’ City, Local Restaurants go into Hibernation, Celebrate What Unites Us, USS Constitution Birthday 21-Gun Salute

Today is Wednesday, October 21 and according to a new report, Boston’s booming rat population has landed it ranked as the 13th “rattiest” city in America as officials predict the situation will only get worse, read more on Boston.com. Here’s what else you need to know for today… 10:00AM Celebrate What Unites Us: Mexican Heritage. Read More…

Featured Transportation

N. Washington St. Bridge Update: Demolition of Pier and Center Substructure Continues

Below is the construction look ahead for the North Washington Street Bridge Replacement Project as provided by the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) for the week of October 18 – October 31, 2020. Description of Scheduled Work Demolition of pier and center substructure, cleaning of demolition site, installation of silt curtain, phase 2 fender system, tide gate, water Read More…