Government People

Three North End Residents Named to SPARK Boston Council

Three North End residents have been selected by Mayor Martin Walsh to serve on the 2017-2018 SPARK Boston Council made up of a 38-member group that will spend the next 12-months working to continue to open up new lines of communication between young adults and leaders in City government. Selected were: Rourke Harrington, Maggie Walsh Read More…

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 Read More…

Real Estate

North End / Waterfront Real Estate Sales for August 2017

Here are the residential real estate sales in the North End / Waterfront area that closed in August 2017. $0 – $599,999 51 Snow Hill #1: Studio with 290 sq.ft. sold for $275,000 7 Unity #1: 1 bed, 1 bath with 265 sq.ft. sold for $289,900 115 Salem #7: 1 bed, 1 bath with 339 Read More…

Business

Sandwich Board Program Under Review

The Boston City Council rejected continuing a pilot program that allowed street sandwich board signs without a permit. In 2015, the Mayor’s office proposed, and the Council approved, a temporary ordinance allowing all free-standing sandwich boards on public sidewalks as long as access was still made for pedestrians. The Council voted on August 23, 2017 Read More…

Announcements

North Street Grille Donating All Coffee Sales to Houston Food Bank, Through Monday 9/4

North Street Grille is donating all coffee sales through Monday to the Houston Food Bank.  100% of proceeds will be donated. Every coffee sold will buy 10 meals for those impacted by Hurricane Harvey. As of Saturday afternoon we have sold over 229 coffees totaling over $800 to be donated. Come enjoy a cup coffee through Monday, trying to make a Read More…

Community

The Weekender: Emil Square Dedication, Youth Arrests Add Up, Marquis Health Sponsors Local Groups, Author Sammarco Speaks, Baker Joins St. Anthony’s Ceremonies & Wally Sings!

Last week’s top read posts were focused on neighborhood events – feasts, dedications, programs and more! Read on to see the most popular NorthEndWaterfront.com articles from this week. Emilio “Emil” Bevilacqua Square Dedicated at Salem & Tileston Streets Emilio “Emil” Bevilacqua Square was dedicated this week at the corner of Salem & Tileston Streets in Read More…

Community Featured Health & Environment

September’s Annual Move In Weekend Brings Trash Mountains and Street Ballet

The annual move-in street trash piles started September 1st in their typical mountain style. The first trash pickup helped, but it took more cycles by Boston Public Works before things started looking up later in the day. By the end of the day Friday, most of the North End streets looked to be in decent Read More…

Announcements Event Notices

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

Philip’s Salon Cut-A-Thon! We’re raising money for the restoration of St. Leonard’s Church! Sunday, September 24, 2017 from 11am-4pm $25 Haircuts (no blowdries) Appointments required Food and Beverages provided by many local businesses Raffle Tickets 1 for $10 OR 3 for $20 Lots of chances to win many prizes!! Grand Prize One Week in Harwichport Read More…

Community Featured

Moving To / From the North End? Here Are Some Tips to Navigating the September Flip!

If you’ve lived in Boston for more than a year, you know the deal — September 1 means flipping of 75% of city leases and thousands of college students returning to the area. This means lots of energy and excitement, accompanied by lots of traffic and trash. If you’re moving to / from the North Read More…

Announcements Community

Adult Book Discussion Group at North End Library on Sept. 20th

Join us to discuss Lucy Knisley’s forthright, thoughtful, and funny 2013 memoir Relish: My Life in the Kitchen, which traces key episodes in her life thus far, framed by what she was eating at the time and lessons learned about food, cooking, and life. Copies of the book are available at the library’s circulation desk. North Read More…

Daily Briefs

Friday’s Guide: Coach Calipari, Labor Day Weekend, On This Day, Moving Day!

Things to know for Tuesday! Coach Calipari Stops in the Neighborhood: View this post on Instagram Dinner with family after some basketball with Bill Coen, John Thompson, Brad Stevens, @waltermccarty and staff at the Celtics' facility. Crazy day. My head is spinning! Also my son-in-law Cody Siciliano's birthday today. Great addition to the family. A post shared by Read More…