Monthly Archives: April 2014

Body Found in Harbor at Long Wharf Identified as North End...

Authorities have identified the deceased body found in the harbor at Long Wharf as missing person, Eric Munsell, a 24-year-old North End resident who...

Neighborhood Council (NEWNC) Election Set For May 17th; Nomination Papers Available...

The 2014 election date for the North End/Waterfront Neighborhood Council (NEWNC) has been announced as May 17, 2014. NEWNC Election Saturday, May 17, 2014 10:00...

Notable News: Public Food Market Approved, Boston’s Most Romantic Table, North...

Haven’t had much time to surf the web for the North End / Waterfront news this past week? Not to worry – we have...

North End Youths Earn Boston College High School Honors

Nicholas A. Benning ’15 of the North End achieved High Honors for the Third Quarter at Boston College High School. For High Honors a...

Research Project: “The Italians of Boston”

A class from the Academy for Global Studies at Austin High School traveled from Texas to the North End last February to study "The...

Spring Leaf and Yard Waste Collection

Boston Public Works Spring Leaf and Yard Waste Collection 4 Weeks April 28 - May 23 on your recycling day by 7:00am Look Up Your Recycling Day Place leaves,...

NEAD Easter Party 2014 [Photos]

North End Against Drugs held its Annual Easter Party at the Nazzaro Community Center on Saturday April 19th. Over 100 people attended with their...

ABC Family’s “Chasing Life” Returns to Film in North End

After filming a 2012 pilot under the name, "Terminales," ABC Family is returning to film scenes for the upcoming series to be called "Chasing...

Warning to Resident Parkers About Special Event Towing

North End resident, Mary O., was caught in the parade parking restrictions on Patriot's Day and has some suggestions for the signage and car...

Hubway Bike Stations Open in the North End / Waterfront

Spring weather is in the April air, welcoming outdoor activities and the start of spring sports around the city. It also means Hubway stations...

Patriot’s Day, Lantern Ceremony and Paul Revere’s Midnight Ride Re-enactment

Although the focus was on the big race on the other side of town, the North End kept up its annual Patriot's Day traditions...

Downtown View: Bikes’ Behaviors Better

Bostonians are generally happy souls. Why shouldn’t we be? We’ve got easy walking, pretty parks, convenient shopping and generally good city services. But most...