Summarizing the top posts from the past week at NorthEndWaterfront.com, catch up on all the news and stories you may have missed!
Top 5 Posts of the Week:
Mary Fiumara, known for her part in the original 1969 Prince Pasta commercial yelling “Anthony! Anthony!”passed away at the age of 88. View the post for her official obituary and more.
The incident report from District A-1 Boston Police includes the theft of a Comcast modem at a Cooper Street apartment and vandalism of a 2012 Toyota Tacoma on Endicott Street after taking a parking spot that somebody had already shoveled out. Read the reports that leaves many of our readers scratching their head.
Notable News: Liquor Licenses Deferred, Development Updates, Waterfront Rezoning, Greenway Record Year!
Utilizing outside sources, the notable news post is your guide to keeping up with articles and media that pertains to the North End / Waterfront. View the post for articles pertaining to the success of the Greenway in 2015, all alcohol licenses in the North End, development of North Station and more!
The North End is one of the most desired places to live in Boston and the real estate market continued to thrive in the month of January. With an apartment being sold for $450,000 all the way to a mixed use building being sold for $3.35 million, read the sales for everything in between.
The controversy over the ‘Return of Kings’ group that supports raping women has been cancelled due to public backlash over their plan to meet in the North End on the night of February 6th. Read the post for more on the information on the group and a Washington Post video profiling the organizer.