Proposed North End Investments: New Community Center Design, Prado Restoration, Eliot School, North Square...

Mayor Walsh has proposed a $2.4 billion capital plan for Fiscal Year 2019 that will make investments toward schools, transportation, climate resiliency, arts and more in every Boston neighborhood. Investments...

North End Roof Gardens

Living in Boston’s North End in the 50s and 60s with its winding narrow streets and alleyways, it was always amazing to see so...

Public Safety Meeting: Convenience Store Robberies, Stolen Bike, Larceny from Vehicles, Six Arrests

Boston Police District A-1 provided North End / Waterfront residents an update on recent neighborhood crime incidents, summarized below, at the April 2018 North End...

Abstract Sculpture on the Greenway Reconfigured for 2018 Season

The split rhomboid dodecahedron monument at the Armenian Heritage Park on the Greenway, known as the Abstract Sculpture, was reconfigured on Sunday for the 2018 season. Made out...

Dock Square Garage Plan Shows Limits of Building Over Existing Parking Structure

The limits of building on top of an existing parking garage became apparent at last week's public meeting with Dock Square Garage owner, Fortis...

Weekly Top Reads: Food Truck Season, City Councilor Newsletter, Parking Fines to Fund Transportation...

This week's top reads on NorthEndWaterfront.com featured some signs of spring with outdoor food and fun, along with transportation improvements and city updates. Read...

Historic Neighborhood Photo: Copp’s Hill Burying Ground

We all know that the North End is full of history... well this week’s photo of Copp’s Hill Burying Ground is a visual representation...

Increased Parking Fines to Fund $5 Million in Transportation; Biking & Bus Improvements Emphasized

Mayor Walsh has proposed a $5 million annual increase in Boston transportation spending, including protected bike lanes and pedestrian paths, intersection redesigns, and traffic...
(Photo from The General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts)

Boncore Running For Re-Election To State Senate, Not For District Attorney

After recent speculation that he would run for Suffolk County District Attorney, Joe Boncore has issued the following statement that he is not running for...

2018 Neighborhood Egg Hunt, A Hopping Success! [Photos]

On Friday, March 30, Boston Community Collaborative held its 6th annual neighborhood egg hunt! The hunt was enjoyed by hundreds of folks including kids, moms,...

From the Councilor: One Charlestown, Short-Term Rentals, Boston’s Housing Market, Annual Scholarship to Honor...

March Newsletter from City Councilor Lydia Edwards: I'm excited to provide an update on everything that's happened in the month of March in the Boston City Council, District...

State Senator Joe Boncore Considering Run for District Attorney

It was just two years ago when State Senator Joe Boncore blasted on the local political scene in the special election to fill the seat...