Daily Briefs

Labor Day Brief: North End Couple, Mayan Queen IV, Mirabella Pool Closes

Things to know for Monday

Happy Labor Day! The first Monday in September, Labor Day is a creation of the labor movement and is dedicated to the social and economic achievements of American workers. It constitutes a yearly national tribute to the contributions workers have made to the strength, prosperity, and well-being of our country. – U.S. Department of Labor.

Events for Monday, September 4th:

Today is the closing day for Mirabella Pool on North End / Waterfront!

Notable news found elsewhere:

Mayan Queen IV superyacht pulls into Boston Harbor

Mexican billionaire Alberto Baillères docked his 305-foot superyacht, named Mayan Queen IV, in Boston Harbor last Friday. The Boston Globe has more on the Mayan Queen IV and the reactions from folks viewing from afar.

Five things you should know about Joe Milano

Joe Milano, the owner of the Union Oyster House grew up in the North End, just steps away from his restaurant, the oldest in the nation. While in the military, Milano bought into the Union Oyster House restaurant in 1970, acquiring it outright five years later. While expanding his restaurant, Milano served as a civilian aide to the Commonwealth’s Secretary for the Army from 1997 through 2004, and now acts as the aide de camp for Governor Charlie Baker, read in full at, The Boston Globe.

Passacantilli Releases Parks and Open Space Platform

Stephen Passacantilli, the North End candidate for District 1 City Councilor is running to represent East Boston, Charlestown, and the North End at City Hall. Passacantilli recently released his platform for his approach to Parks & Open Spaces. The Charlestown Patriot-Bridge has more on Passacantilli’s plan to utilize these spaces to well-being and influence economic development.

Neighborhood Scenes: Here and There:




Plan your events with the Community Calendar

Tuesday, September 5

9:30am TV Mass by Father Claude Scrima of St. Leonard Church of Port Maurice in North End, Boston will be celebrating the televised Catholic Mass on the CatholicTV Network (@CatholicTV).

Wednesday, September 6

4:00pm NEMPAC Fall Open House! Save the Date! NEMPAC will be hosting an Open House for new and returning students, check out our brand new community room, meet our instructors, try out an instrument, and more! This event is free and open to the public! Located at the Paul Revere Mall (Prado), Boston.

6:30pm Sumner Tunnel Toll Demolition Meeting at East Boston High School. Representatives of MassDOT will host a Sumner Tunnel Entrance Reconstruction and Toll Plaza Demolition Project Update Meeting to provide information on the proposed design of the tunnel entrance and toll booth elimination which will begin at a later date. The meeting is scheduled to be held in the auditorium at East Boston High School – 86 White St, East Boston.

From the Community: 

Philip’s Salon Cut-A-Thon to Support Restoration of St. Leonard’s Church

We’re raising money for the restoration of St. Leonard’s Church on Sunday, September 24, 2017 from 11am-4pm. $25 Haircuts (no blowdries) appointments are required, food and beverages will be provided by many local businesses, view the post.

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Keep up with what’s happening on the Events Calendar.

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