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Post-Gazette exemplifies role of ethnic papers
Pamela Donnaruma, owner and publisher of the Post-Gazette sits in her small office on Prince Street in the North End, surrounded by the history of the paper, starting with her grandfather, James Donnaruma. Read more about the paper that was originally called, La Gazzetta del Massachusetts at, The Boston Herald.
Parking spot bookers keep busy with students
With permits at City Hall in such high demand, a company was started to secures street parking permits for dumpsters, temporary storage pods, large equipment vehicles, and of course – permits for moving trucks and vans. Read more about Permit Pullers Inc. at, The Boston Globe.
Boston: City not quite as flood prone as feds say
Last year, FEMA released flood maps that raised a lot of eyebrows around the City of Boston, causing a lot of questions as to the crippling insurance rates for flood coverage. The City of Boston is appealing the federal flood-plain, read UniversalHub to read the statement from Mayor Marty Walsh.
St. Anthony’s Feast comes to a grand conclusion
The 95th anniversary of the largest Italian festival in New England finished their 10-hour procession of St. Anthony this past Sunday. The atmosphere was made up of live music, marching bands, food, and the usual St. Anthony’s Feast traditions. More coverage at, The Boston Herald.
A moving experience in Boston
Students moving back to the city on labor day weekend means the invasion of Suffolk University students back to the neighborhood. The madness was all over the neighborhood and The Boston Herald was around to snap some photos of students moving into their North End apartments.
North End Facility Provides Home for Those Seeking Medical Care
In 1987, Guido Vittiglio and his brother, Ferdinando Vittiglio founded Casa Monte Cassino to host patients who needed access to medical care at Mass General Hospital. The Boston Pilot has more on these two brothers who looked to help people who had nowhere else to go.
Boston gets a new RMV branch next month – at Haymarket
The parcel 7 development to replace the Chinatown RMV is almost complete. Monday, September 15th will be the first day of business at the new Haymarket RMV location, which will also conveniently hold an E-ZPazz customer center. UniversalHub has more.
City can’t hold back the tides: Appeal of federal flood maps really a stopgap
Another article pertaining to the FEMA flood maps shows the spots where the City of Boston agrees and disagrees with FEMA. A great visual is used to distinguish the areas where the city believes FEMA is correct, where they went wrong, and some additional places that should be added to the FEMA map. View post at, UniversalHub.
A Chef’s Guide to Eating Well in the North End
Chef’s Dante de Magistris and Tony Susi profiled some of their favorite North End restaurants, shops, and cafes. Between Taranta, Artu, Monica’s Mercato, Cafe Pompeii, Ward 8, Pomodoro, and a plethora of other establishment, this profile just about covers it all. Read more at Boston Magazine.
Bonkers North End Penthouse Not That Bonkers Expensive
Interested in city living or the North End real estate market? Take a look at this two bedroom, two bath unit on North Margin Street that is described as a, “small Italian villa.” View the property and read more details at, Boston Curbed.
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