Monthly Archives: January 2018

George Collins Receives Good Neighbor Recognition Award

George Collins was recently presented with the Good Neighbor Recognition Award for his efforts in cleaning around his Unity Street property. The award was presented by Recognition...

Social Highlights This Week: Aerial Views, Brick Details, & Team Spirit

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...

Local Arts Funding Awarded in 2018 Boston Cultural Council Grants

This year's grant funding by the Boston Cultural Council will go to 181 arts organizations, including four operating in the North End and Downtown...

In Loving Memory of Freeway

We send our sincere condolences on the passing of Freeway to Marie Simboli. Freeway has made many thoughtful contributions to NorthEndWaterfront.com over the years....

Aqua Pazza Offers Swoon-Worthy Specials This Valentine’s Day

On Wednesday, February 14th, the North End's seafood stand-out Aqua Pazza is offering delicious specials to celebrate Valentine's Day. The menu will be available from 4pm to 10:30pm, in addition...

Wednesday’s Brief: St. John School Open House, Bringing Big Business to...

Things to know for Wednesday It's Wednesday, January 31 and as if you weren't already excited enough for this weekend's Super Bowl match up between...

Topping-Off For ‘The Hub on Causeway’ Development Project at North Station

A 39-foot steel beam was signed and raised Tuesday morning at the entrance to 'The Hub on Causeway', marking the symbolic completion of phase...

Wharf District Council Requests Coastal Resilience Plan for Downtown / Wharf...

The Wharf District Council has sent a request to Austin Blackmon, Chief of Environment, Energy & Open Space for the City of Boston for a coastal resilience solutions...

South Street Diner Mardi Gras

South Street Diner is hosting an all-day Mardi Gras celebration in honor of “Fat Tuesday” – the last day of the Carnival season. Owner...

Learn to Spot the Differences Between Cold and Flu

During winter months, many people typically experience cold and flu symptoms. It's important to know the signs of each one to better help recover....

Reader Poll: Should Boston Residents Pay for Parking Permits?

At-Large Councilor Michelle Wu is pitching the idea of an annual fee, potentially up to $100, for residents to obtain parking permits. This money...

il Molo To Dish Out Three Courses of Romance This Valentine’s...

The most romantic day of the year is quickly approaching and il Molo in Boston’s charming North End neighborhood is serving up some serious...