Community Featured

Top Reads: Ten Most Popular Posts of 2017!

It’s that time of year when we look back on the past twelve months to remember good times, reflect on hardships, and set goals for the future. Here at NorthEndWaterfront.com, we’d like to take a moment to reflect on our most popular posts from 2017. We published 1,806 articles over the past year! Here are the Read More…

Daily Briefs

Weekend Brief: New Years Eve Happenings, Food Network Finds, A Festive Farewell to the Holidays

Things to know for Friday Your daily roundup for Friday, December 29: As this is our last daily brief of the 2017 calendar year, the NorthEndWaterfront.com team would like to thank you for your continued patronage to both our community and this website, and wish you a happy and healthy new year! A Festive Farewell Read More…

Arts & Culture

The Spirit of the North End Feasts [Video]

Watch the spirit of the North End feasts captured in this seven minute documentary, complete with music and parades. The video also includes a brief interview with Mark Petrigno, owner of the Connah Store on the corner of Hanover and Parmenter Streets, and Bobby Eustace, owner of Polcari’s Coffee on Salem Street. The filmmaker, Rocco Capano, Read More…

Community

Head Over to City Hall Plaza for ‘Boston Winter’

For the second year in a row ‘Boston Winter’ is back, and this year’s setup is definitely worth checking out! City Hall Plaza has been transformed into a winter wonderland including a holiday market featuring plenty of vendors, an ice skating path, and a beer and wine tent to keep warm. Boston Winter is sponsored Read More…

Photos & Videos

Historic Neighborhood Photo: St. Stephen’s Church

Take a look at this old photo of St. Stephen’s Church on snowy Hanover Street. The Church, formerly known as New North, was built in 1804 and the last remaining church standing that was designed by famed architect Charles Bulfinch. Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy was baptized here in 1890, when her father Mayor John “Honey Fitz” Fitzgerald lived Read More…

Daily Briefs

Thursday’s Brief: Community Center Survey, Zoning Meeting, Homeless Shelter Overflow, North End Engagement

Things to know for Thursday Your daily roundup for Thursday, December 28: 7:00 p.m. – Zoning, Licensing & Construction Committee meeting at the Mariner’s House, 11 North Square. There are 3 requests on the agenda. 3 Snelling Place – Fourth Floor addition, roof decks, confirming occupancy as 3-family building 283-285 Hanover Street – Owner of Read More…

Event Notices

Pellino’s Files for Restaurant at Former Pinkberry, 3 Snelling Pl. Addition, The Juicery Moving to Salem St. [Dec 28th ZLC Meeting Agenda]

The Zoning, Licensing & Construction Committee of the North End / Waterfront Residents’ Association (NEWRA) will hold an informational meeting on Thursday, December 28th, 7:00 p.m. at the Mariner’s House, 11 North Square. There are 3 requests on the agenda: 3 Snelling Place – Fourth floor addition, roof decks, confirming occupancy as 3-family building. 283-285 Hanover Read More…

Community Featured

What’s The 311? Dog Droppings, North Washington Street Bridge Repairs, and Clark Street Trash

Welcome back to our weekly update that highlights some of the cases appearing on 311 in the North End/Waterfront neighborhoods. All 311 cases are public information and can be found at 311.boston.gov. North End Dog Droppings “The dog poop in the north end is out of control! Sheafe Street, the bottom of Hanover and North Street are the Read More…

Community

Social Highlights This Week: White Christmas, Blue Lobster Ice Sculpture & Polar’s Magical Seltzers

Check out our weekly social media highlights from residents, visitors, and more in the area. To be featured, tag us @northend.waterfront on Instagram, @northendboston on Twitter, @northendwaterfront on Facebook. Use hashtags #northendboston or #bostonwaterfront. White Christmas thewalkingphotog Not a creature was stirring . . . Hanover Street, North End, Boston, Christmas morning. View this post on Read More…

Community

Reader Poll: What Do You Do For The Holiday Break?

With schools closed for holiday break and many people traveling to visit friends and family, the week between Christmas and New Year is a time for celebrating old traditions and creating new ones! What do you and your loved ones do for fun this time of year? Choose your favorite activities in our poll and Read More…

Food & Drink Photos & Videos Sports

Showcasing Ray Bourque’s Career and Tresca

Ray Bourque is profiled in this new video showcasing his professional hockey career. In the middle of the piece, Ray’s involvement with Tresca restaurant in Boston’s North End is featured at the 11:25 minute mark. The video has been airing locally on NESN, and nationally on Fox Sports. See the video here.    

Daily Briefs

Wednesday’s Brief: Woodworking Skills, Faneuil Hall Closing in January, Lonely Park Benches

Things to know for Wednesday Your daily roundup for Wednesday, December 27: Looking to hone your woodworking skills over the holiday break? The North Bennet Street School’s own Grant Burger CF’17 was featured on the podcast The Dusty Life explaining how to do just that, check it out here. Notable News: Faneuil Hall Closing for Repairs Read More…