Monthly Archives: January 2016

NEAA Spring Baseball Registration Underway

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It’s that time of year! Despite the first snowfall this past weekend, the beginning of baseball registration is officially underway! The site is open, neaabaseball.org offering baseball for...

Video: January Neighborhood Reports at Residents Association

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https://youtu.be/0X2hNLFqU-4 The North End / Waterfront Residents’ Association (NEWRA) held its monthly meeting on January 14, 2016. The first half hour was dedicated to various neighborhood reports and...

Downtown View: Up to the job?

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January is a good time to visit the World Trade Center site in New York City. The crowds are smaller than in July. El Niño...

Events: MLK Day, Coffee & Conversation, North End Documentary Premiere!

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Wishing a happy Martin Luther King, Jr. Day to our readers, below is a list of scheduled events on our community calendar.  Monday, January 18 1:00pm MLK Day at Faneuil...

Old North Church Begins Historic Paint Analysis

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by Stephen T. Ayres, Vicar and Executive Director, Old North Church and Foundation The Old North Foundation is conducting an historic paint analysis this winter...

NEWNC Supports Mechanical Rooftop Unit on Fleet Street

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https://youtu.be/pUJtrAxZPcU The North End / Waterfront Neighborhood Council (NEWNC) voted 8-0 to support a new mechanical unit attached to an existing roof deck at 57 Fleet...

BRA Board Defers Vote on Garden Garage Project in West End

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At the January 14, 2016 board meeting for the Boston Redevelopment Authority, the BRA deferred voting on the controversial Garden Garage redevelopment project. Director Brian...

First Two Phases of Government Center Garage Redevelopment Approved

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In its first meeting of the year on January 14, 2016, the Boston Redevelopment Authority board approved the first two phases of the Government Center Garage...

The Weekender: All-Alcohol Licenses, Street Light Antennas, Arrest and Larcenies, and...

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Reflecting on the past week at NorthEndWaterfront.com, view The Weekender, to make sure you caught the top stories in the neighborhood! Top 5 Posts of...

Molasses Flood Story Discussed at Residents Meeting

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https://youtu.be/HeCW9VNyKqs January 2016 Video: NEWRA President Ford Cavallari talks about the molasses still packed into the MBTA electrical conduits under the streets in Boston's North End. January...

Top Tweets of the Week: Greenway Art, MyStryde Training, 5am Fireman,...

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A bye week for the Patriots could have only meant one thing, locals and visitors had to find other ways to keep occupied over...

Gridiron Audibles: Moving on to the Chiefs

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After 474 days, we're finally moving on to Kansas City. And I, for one, wouldn’t have it any other way. When the Patriots divisional round...