Police & Fire

Bodily Harm Threats to BTD Worker, Warrant Arrest and Larceny Lead Police Blotter

Reported incidents from this week’s Boston Police Journal Log are shown below for the North End / Waterfront area, courtesy of District A-1. Threats Bodily Harm
 12/31/11    9:45pm Transportation Dept. employee was threatened with bodily harm after issuing a parking citation to a North St. restaurant employee. 

Warrant Arrest 
 01/01/12    7:37am
M ale suspect was Read More…

Food & Drink Schools

Eliot School Family Council Fundraiser at Vinoteca di Monica – Tickets Available For January 25, 2012

An Evening for Education to Support the Eliot School Please join the community in supporting The Eliot School’s continued success to be the BEST public school in Boston. On Wednesday, January 25th at 6:30 pm, the Mendoza Family of Monica’s Restaurant is hosting a special four course wine pairing dinner at Vinoteca di Monica to benefit the school. The Read More…

Food & Drink Schools

Persuasive Reviews of Pizzeria Regina From the Eliot School’s 3rd Grade

Who knows pizza better than anyone? Kids, of course. Let the experts in the 3rd grade class at the Eliot School convince you that the North End’s Pizzeria Regina is the best. In case you missed the previous posts, catch up on the first and second set of writings by the class.

Food & Drink Police & Fire Transportation

FinComm Investigates Valet Parking Enforcement

The Boston Finance Commission has launched an investigation regarding the enforcement of valet parking violations at restaurants and hotels. The investigation comes after multiple problems were reported in the recent Globe article. Valet parking enforcement involves crossover responsibilities from three city agencies, the Transportation Department (BTD), Police Department (BPD) and the Mayor’s Office of Consumer Read More…

Event Notices Food & Drink

North End Restaurants Sponsor CityFeast “Dining Out to Conquer Diabetes”

Sunday, January 29, 2012 6:00 p.m. Boston’s North End Please join us for a five-course dinner with wine pairings at your choice of one of Boston’s exclusive North End restaurants. Proceeds benefit Joslin Diabetes Center’s High Hopes Fund. Tickets: $150*. *$100 of the ticket price is tax-deductible.   CityFeast Co-Hosts Carla Gomes, Antico Forno and Terramia Read More…

Real Estate Schools

Finance Comm. Investigating School Plan; North St. Buildings Not Considered To Expand Eliot

The Boston Finance Commission (FinComm) met last night and said they are moving forward with an investigation of the recently announced Boston Public School (BPS) relocation plans. City Councilor Mike Ross has been most vocal in opposing the move of Mission Hill K-8 School to Jamaica Plain, claiming the move will hurt the neighborhood and Read More…

Arts & Culture Event Notices

“Reminiscences and Traditions of Boston” Talk and Book Signing Event on January 12th

The North End Historical Society Presents A talk and book signing of Reminiscences and Traditions of Boston by Dr. Eileen Botting of the University of Notre Dame Thursday, January 12, at 6 p.m. Dr. Botting recently edited and published, for the first time, this manuscript history of Boston by Hannah Mather Crocker (1752-1829). Crocker was Read More…

Community

Boston Barber Company, 9 Noyes Pl. and Nick’s Famous Deli on NEWNC Agenda for January 9th

The North End / Waterfront Neighborhood Council, NEWNC, holds its first meeting of the year on Monday, January 9, 2012, 7:00 pm at the Nazzaro Community Center, 30 N. Bennet Street. The meeting is open to the public and the agenda is shown below. More information can be found at NEWNCBoston.org. 1.    Welcome – Donna Read More…

Arts & Culture Business Community Photos & Videos Real Estate

Video: Paul Revere House Expansion Campaign

The latest news & video from the Paul Revere House in North Square: Learn more about the exciting expansion plans at the Paul Revere House! Phase 1 of the project, the careful restoration of the historic exterior of our new 3,600 square foot Education and Visitor Center, is now complete. We’ve raised more than $2.8 Read More…