With the winter weather that roared through here this past week, it would be easy to recap on all the media surrounding the multiple feet of snow that are still conquering most of the North End sidewalks. Photos seem to consume most of this weeks top posts, whether it be a neighborhood photo, coverage of Blizzard Juno, or a Fleet Street wedding picture, we have got it all covered! 

Top Posts This Week:

Bicycle at Prince and Hanover, photo by Jessica Frattaroli.
Bicycle at Prince and Hanover, photo by Jessica Frattaroli.

Photo Gallery: Blizzard Juno in the North End / Waterfront

This compilation of photos was put together by several local residents who trekked out into the wintry tundra to capture the rare sights that come with a storm of this magnitude. As the photos came in throughout the storm, we had them posted for neighbors to see, view photos.

Another Close Call as Blizzard Juno’s Storm Surge Peaks at Low Tide

The North End and especially the waterfront ducked another haymaker with winter storm Juno. This marks the fifth consecutive time a severe storm has hit when the Harbor was in low-tide. If Juno had hit during high tide, it would have been a “100-year” flood event for Boston’s waterfront, according to the Boston Harbor Association. Read the article

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Fleet Street Photo: Just Married

The time of year has no effect on weddings in the North End and last Sunday was no exception. Walking down Fleet Street was a “just married” couple, view the post.

Neighborhood Photo: Public Toilet Near the Freedom Trail

Just when you thought that you may have seen it all! People have been saying for a long time that we could use a public restroom or two, well last week a toilet was on the sidewalk of Hanover Avenue, right near the Freedom Trail. View the post.

Suffolk Savings Bank, North End Branch.
Suffolk Savings Bank, North End Branch.

Lost North End: When Hanover Merged With Endicott Street

This post took many longtime North End residents back to the days when Hanover and Endicott Streets merged at the corner where a North End Branch of Suffolk Savings Bank was open for business. Whether you remember or not, take advantage of this throwback and read the history of different times in the neighborhood, read the post.

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Celebrating 10 Years of CityFeast – Dining Out to Conquer Diabetes [Video & Photos]

It was the 10th year of CityFeast, an event held to benefit the Joslin Diabetes Center in hopes of conquering diabetes. Antico Forno was packed with supporters and a few special guests on hand, Jen Royle, Angela Menino, and Governor Charlie Baker. Read the article

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1 COMMENT

  1. I AM VERY GRATEFUL FOR THE SNOW REMOVABLE, BUT WE NEED MORE SNOW REMOVABLE BEFORE THE
    NEXT STORM. GREAT PICS & THE NICE THINK ABOUT THE SNOW IS THE NEIGHBORHOOD LOOKS TO
    WHITE & CLEAN!!!!!

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