Part III – LaMattina on Neighborhood Dynamics, Greenway, Taxes & LNG

This is the third in a series of articles from an interview with District 1 City Councilor Salvatore LaMattina following his recent inauguration. Councilor...

Councilor LaMattina on the Issues – Part II

This is the second in a series of articles from an interview with District 1 City Councilor Salvatore LaMattina following his recent inauguration. Councilor...

Greenway Leadership Council Meeting Agenda – January 13

Rose Kennedy Greenway Leadership Council Meeting January 13, 2010 4:00 – 6:15 pm 185 Kneeland Street, First Floor Conference Room AGENDA 4:00 I. Welcome                                                     Ann Thornburg, Chair • Minutes of...

Piccoli Regali Resumes at Old North Church

Piccoli Regali, a program to assist anyone with a food need in the North End, has the resources at present to increase the number...

Hopeline Summer 2010 Job Registration

HOPELINE SUMMER 2010 JOB REGISTRATION- SAVE THE DATE AND TELL A FRIEND!: Mark your calendar and do not forget to register with the Hopeline to work...

2010 NEAA Baseball Registration

The North End Athletic Association (NEAA) will hold an early baseball registration period from January 17th to the 31st. A neighborhood baseball program, the NEAA...

NY Times’ Travel Section Highlights North End/Waterfront

The New York Times published an extensive travel article on the North End/Waterfront area, "In Boston, Change is in the Air" with particular focus...

Happy New Year from NEMPAC!

Visit NEMPACBoston.org for more information on 2010 activities!

Happy New Year!

Toasting a great 2010 to all the readers of NorthEndWaterfront.com!

Happy New Year from “Freeway”

Freeway, the mascot and column writer for the Post-Gazette, would like to wish all his readers and pooch friends and all the North End...

City Hosting Inauguration Weekend Events

For Immediate Release                                                                                                                                 For More Information Contact: Press Office, 617-635-4461

City to host fun, free events for residents during Inauguration 2010 Weekend

Free public skating at Frog Pond in addition to family open houses, book giveaways, & live performances at libraries

Mayor Thomas M. Menino announced today that the City of Boston will sponsor a series of free public events in honor of the City’s 2010 Inaugural events.  In the weekend leading up to the Inauguration of Mayor Menino and City Councilors, residents will have the chance to take advantage of free public skating at both the Frog Pond and Fenway Park in addition to a number of events, including open houses, book giveaways, and live performances, at branches of the Boston Public Library.  Mayor Menino and City Councilors will be sworn into office during a ceremony on Monday, January 4 at Faneuil Hall.

Emerson Student Files Final Report on the Neighborhood

She has walked the streets, researched the history, talked to the residents and visited the shops and restaurants. Now, Krista Firkins files her final...