Friday January 23rd about 100 Major League players, ages 9-12, parents and coaches filled the conference room of the Nazarro for the 2014 baseball awards ceremony. The night featured trophies, medals, Regina pizza and wild applause as the players from […]
Samuel Adams, one of the original Patriots, holds a deflated football in front of the Boston Tea Party Museum. This photo was captured by Joe Mendola who adds, “Incontrovertible evidence of deflating the football. Go PATS!” See past neighborhood photo posts.
Even though it doesn’t feel like it baseball is right around the corner. We have opened our website for registration (neaabaseball.org). We will be running the same program as last year. Baseball will be available for all children ages 4 […]
The story is out, Boston was selected by the United States Olympic Committee to bid for the 2024 Olympic Games! Before everybody “moves out of the neighborhood,” lets get an idea about how our neighbors feel about the games being held […]
The success of the Friends of the North End Christmas Bocce Tournament has inspired the competitors to continue playing at the indoor courts in the Stephen Steriti Memorial Rink. The spirited matches were won by team members: Victor Passacantilli, Angelo […]
The 6th annual Santa Skate & Toy Drive took place at Steriti Rink in the North End. Sponsored by the North End Columbus Day Celebration Committee, the event gathered a giant pile of toys as holiday classics played during the free skating […]
For twenty-years the North End Athletic Association (NEAA) Dodgers Baseball Program has been in full-swing participating in many out-of-town leagues throughout the spring and summer. The traveling teams four were made up of players ranging from 13 to over 21. Division titles and […]
Time to work off those Thanksgiving dinners! Boston Parks and Recreation is hosting a new fitness series called Troops for Fitness. There are two types of classes running in the neighborhood, a boot camp (see flyer above) and a […]