The World Champion Boston Bruins are back in town and before they get back to work, there will be a Stanley Cup neighborhood parade! As part of Andrew Ference’s “Day with the Cup,” on Monday, September 5th, (Labor Day) a special Stanley Cup parade will be held throughout the streets of the North End. The Read More…
[wooslider slider_type=”attachments” limit=”20″] Night views of the North End, this time around the Copp’s Hill and northern part of the neighborhood shot on September 2, 2011. Photos by Matt Conti
At last night’s North End Public Safety Meeting, Boston Police brought in Lt. Detective Chuck Wilson to update the neighborhood on the latest sexual assault investigation and the fights that broke out last Friday at the St. Anthony’s Feast. He prefaced his discussion of recent incidents with a general perspective view. “As someone who grew Read More…
They’re here! The annual September student moving ritual is upon us. The new neighbors have arrived and that means a lot of trash on the streets as shown in these photos taken on September 1st in the North End.
This video shows the August 30, 2011 public hearing held in Waltham, Mass. regarding the proposed re-routing of pass-through hazardous material (hazmat) trucks from downtown Boston to Route 128 and surrounding highways. City of Boston officials are strongly recommending the hazmat route change based on a comprehensive 182-page public safety analysis recently released by the Read More…
Safe At Home – Eight Security Tips for New Arrivals to the North End
(Compiled by the North Bennet Street School, Boston)
With the hassles of move-in behind you, it’s time to settle in and enjoy your new digs, right? Well, yes – provided you’ve taken some time to think about the security of that apartment or house you’ll be living in.
September is a high turnover month in the North End, which means properties may be more vulnerable to break-ins while their occupants are getting to know their new surroundings.
But there are ways to make your home safer. David Troiano, a registered master locksmith and head instructor at North Bennet Street School’s locksmith training program, suggests a two-step approach.