North End Water and Sewer Works August 2017 Update

The August 2017 work plan by Boston Water & Sewer Commission is shown below as part of Phase II of the multi-year North End...

Waterfront Panel Cites Impending Need for Water Transportation, Public Access, Responsible Development Amid Climate...

All may appear calm on the waterfront, but local experts are pointing to several impending challenges currently facing Boston Harbor. The harbor is arguably...

State Enforces Public Harborwalk at Intercontinental Hotel After Complaints

Mass. Dept. of Environmental Protection (DEP) sent an enforcement notice to the Intercontinental Hotel at 500 Atlantic Avenue to keep its Harborwalk and lawn...

North End/Waterfront Health Center Funding in the State Budget

State Representative Aaron Michlewitz and Senator Joe Boncore joined their colleagues in the Massachusetts Legislature in approving the state’s $40.2 billion budget. Among the...

North End Tied with Jamaica Plain for Most Composted Materials

Since 2015, the once pilot program, Project Oscar, has been collecting composted materials and data throughout Boston. From June 2015 through April 2017, the...

Tree Removal at Copp’s Hill Terrace – Big Broccoli

Looks like the world's biggest broccoli spear!

Nasty Harbor Sighting is Just Algae, Not Sewage

News from Bruce Berman at Save the Harbor / Save the Bay regarding a nasty looking, but relatively harmless algae bloom in Boston Harbor. Over...

North End Water and Sewer Works July 2017 Update

The July 2017 work plan by Boston Water & Sewer Commission is shown below as part of Phase II of the multi-year North End...

Volunteers of the Old North Church Gardens Presented With Good Neighbor Award

In a little corner of our world these volunteers are working hard in the gardens at Old North Church to keep beauty and cleanliness...

Marquis is in the ‘hood!

Last week, we had the very real pleasure of meeting the faces of Marquis Health Services: CEO Norman Rokeach, LNHA (Licensed Nursing Home Administrator),...

North End Electric, Water, Sewer & Pavement Repairs Continue

The City of Boston hosted a Construction Update Meeting in the gym of the Nazzaro Center on June 15th. It was a rather low...

Boston Climate Action Network Talks Renewable Energy at Residents’ Association [Video]

https://youtu.be/LP0xX1A_w8E Mike Prokosch from Boston Climate Action Network came to the June 8th, 2017 Residents' Association meeting to speak about cleaner, renewable energy in the city...