This week’s top posts featured the opening of the New Eliot Upper School, city council primary results, North End music, local sports and more! Read on to see the most popular NorthEndWaterfront.com articles of the week.
September 2017 marked the grand opening of the new Eliot Upper School building serving approximately 300 students in grades 3-8. The City of Boston invested $23 million in a 3-year renovation that includes new classrooms, computer labs, a multi-purpose room, and media center all designed for 21st century learning. Read more and see photos here.
Passacantilli Narrowly Tops Edwards in Tight District 1 Preliminary Election for Boston City Council; Flynn Tops District 2
In a tight preliminary election on Tuesday, Stephen Passacantilli (46.5% of the vote) narrowly topped Lydia Edwards (45.4%) for the most votes, as both now advance to the November 7th final ballot. Read more election results here.
The North End Music & Performing Arts Center (NEMPAC) hosted friends and art lovers on Thursday night at their Autumn Jazz Soirée Welcome Back Party on the Prado. Read more and see photos here.
The Friends Of The North End began their 11th annual fall bocce season last Sunday, September 24th. Spectators are welcome to come join on Sunday mornings at the North End Bocce Courts on Commercial Street at Langone Park. Read more and see photos here.
The Corner Café softball team blended together some classy veterans with some high energy youth to win their 17th championship in the North End Softball League. Read more here.
This video from the North End Family Pride Day captures some of the fun and excitement of the day. Watch this great video of neighborhood spirit here!