Neighborhood Reps Choke at Bocce Game

The Herald is reporting that the home town bocce crew was beat by a group of outsiders today, in a benefit game for the...

Petition to Bring FIFA World Cup to Boston

Please join the Mayor's Office of Arts, Tourism & Special Events by signing “THE GAME IS IN US” petition to show your support for...

NEWRA Elects New Slate of Officers at Annual Meeting

The North End/Waterfront Residents' Association elected a new slate of officers for the coming year at the October 8th annual meeting. The one year...

NEMPAC’s First Annual Short Film Festival

The North End Music and Performing Arts Center (NEMPAC) will host its first annual Short Film Festival on Thursday, October 22nd at 7:00pm at...

Thank You From St. Lucy Society

Members of the St. Lucy Society would like to thank eveyone invloved in making our Feast a success. There was inclement weather over the...

Columbus Day Parade Route

The Columbus Day Parade is on Sunday, October 11th in the North End. The parade alternates every year between East Boston and the North...

Greenway Article: What about Neighborhood Parks?

"What about neighborhood parks?" is my response to the The Boston Globe article, "Call it the Emptyway" by Andrew Ryan (October 2, 2009). The...

Jon Sproul Promotes NEMPAC’s Upcoming Film Festival

Jon Sproul was at the Boston Comedy Festival promoting NEMPAC's upcoming event, The North End Film and Music Festival, taking place on October 22nd...

Greenway Festival Extended to Sunday

Due to the inclement weather forecasted for Saturday, the Greenway Conservancy has announced that its "Try Something New" Fall Festival has been expanded to...

Weather Related Changes in “The Town” Film Street Closings

**URGENT**RELEASED TODAY BY "THE TOWN" FILM PRODUCTION**

ATTENTION RESIDENTS
DUE TO WEATHER THE CHARLESTON BRIDGE WILL NOT BE CLOSED ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3RD

On Sunday, October 4th we will be filming scenes for the upcoming feature film, “The Town”. We will be filming on N. Washington Street and Commercial Street and the Charlestown Bridge. The Bridge will be closed from 12:00 PM to 6:00 PM.
Commercial Street will be closed from Hanover Street to N. Washington Street from 6:00 am to 7:00 pm on Sunday. N. Washington Street will be closed from Cross Street to bridge from 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm on Sunday. Detours will be in place to facilitate movement around the closed areas.

NEWRA President Responds to Globe’s Editorial on Late-Night Revelry

In a response to the Boston Globe's editorial on late-night revelry in the North End, the Residents' Association (NEWRA) President Mark Paul submitted the...

Fortune Teller Replaces Neon Sign

In the last few days, there have been some changes at 215 Hanover Street. Last week, Sophia Anderson created a stir by violating the...

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