Monthly Archives: August 2015

Mayor’s Column: The Mayor’s New Number is 311

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This week's column from Boston City Hall by Mayor Martin J. Walsh: Bostonians are the eyes and ears of their communities. That’s why, in every...

Notable News: LaMattina and Busing, Old-School Restaurants, St. Anthony’s Destination, Fact...

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This week, we bring you articles with famous neighborhood destinations, St. Anthony's Feast and a story including the impact of inner-city busing on City Councilor Sal LaMattina when...

COPP’S HILL MOMENT: “Pardon Me Ma’am”

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(Even in the North End, visitors from the wild sometimes drop by.) My wife called to say that she wanted to check out the sales...

15U Dodgers Win RBI Championship

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Article by Coach Rick Martignetti Game 1 Semis: Dodgers 13 Astros 5 The 15u North End Dodgers entered this year’s playoffs as the 3 seed and...

Tamagini Visuals: 2015 Fisherman’s Feast Photos

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Can't get enough of the 105th Fisherman's Feast? Here are 100+ photos from Opening Night, the Blessing of the Fishing Waters, Sunday's Procession and the...

Sidewalk and Ramp Work Continues Along Freedom Trail Streets

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Update from the Mayor's Office regarding sidewalk improvements and the installation of ADA compliant ramps along the Freedom Trail: Mayor Martin J. Walsh today highlighted...

Affordable Housing and Hotel Project Approved Near North Station

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One of the eight new projects approved last week by the board of the Boston Redevelopment Authority was a 239 affordable housing unit and...

August is National Immunization Month

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by Mary Wright, RN, health educator at North End Waterfront Health Infectious diseases are a major cause of illness, disability, and death.  Vaccines were developed...

Disco Night at City Hall Plaza Draws Residents

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Jeanne Brady of the North End (right) enjoys the sights and sounds on City Hall Plaza with friends Leslie Caulfield and Arlene Cassis as...

Photo Gallery: Flight of the Angel and Procession at 2015 Fisherman’s...

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The 105th Fisherman’s Feast featured the Grand Procession of the Madonna del Soccorso di Sciacca through the streets of Boston’s North End on August...

Downtown View Throwback: Is There Hope for Downtown Crossing?

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Karen is taking a break. Here is a column from 2010. Isn’t it interesting how times have changed? Is there hope for Downtown Crossing? Even though...

Events: Multiple Movies, NEWRA’s Summer Party, Open Mic Night, the Tailor’s...

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Before the rest summer flies right by, take a second to plan on attending some neighborhood events. Below is a list of events this week that has...