Announcements People

North End Ladies 1992 – A Walk Down Memory Lane!

My wonderful North End friends and I celebrating Maria LaBella (Galante’s) 50th birthday in 1992.  Although I was not from the North End, these ladies made me feel like I belonged, like I was a true North Ender!  I will never forget their kindness and love, Carol Sciucco (RIP), Marie LaBella Galante, Emily Piccolo, Marie Read More…

Featured Government

State Senator Joe Boncore Hosts Fundraiser in North End [Photos]

A “who’s who” of the local political scene came out to Boston’s North End on Wednesday night in support of State Senator Joe Boncore. The fundraiser at Battery Wharf drew a large crowd to the new ballroom venue on the waterfront. Nearly two years ago, Senator Boncore won a special election in the State Senate Read More…

People Sports

NEAA Commissioner Ralph Martignetti to Lead Lou-Tompkins All-Star Baseball Program

Ralph Martignetti, the Commissioner of North End Athletic Association’s Baseball Programs, was recently unanimously voted President of the Lou-Thompkins All-Star Baseball Program. Martignetti replaces longtime President Joseph Rushing, who stepped down after a dozen years as President. Martignetti had been commissioner of the Senior Division for the past six years. Lou-Thompkins All-Star (LTA) Baseball is high level Read More…

Featured Government

From the Councilor: One Charlestown, Noyes Playground, Short-Term Rentals, Suffolk Downs and More

February Newsletter from City Councilor Lydia Edwards: February may be the shortest month of the year but it’s been a busy couple of weeks in the Council. Earlier this month, I vice-chaired a hearing on short-term rental regulations in the City of Boston. If you missed it, watch it here and skip to the 16-minute mark to hear my questions on enforcement, investor Read More…

Community

Social Highlights This Week: Warmer Weather & Bread!

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. Warmer Weather View this post on Instagram here comes the sun ☀️ A post shared by Christina Owczarek (@c_owcz) on Feb Read More…

Announcements

Presentation and Discussion: Protecting Against Scams, Financial Fraud, and ID Theft

Protecting Against Scams, Financial Fraud, and ID Theft THURSDAY, APRIL 26 Join Beacon Hill Village in collaboration with AARP for a discussion on how to spot and avoid financial fraud and identity theft so you can protect yourself and your family. Learn what steps to take to keep your computer and cell phone safe from scams. The AARP speaker Read More…

Daily Briefs

Wednesday’s Brief: New Italian Restaurant, Meet Nicola Orichuia, North End Street Food

Things to know for Wednesday Today is Wednesday, February 28 and if you’ve noticed how weathered the Italian Heritage Month banners have been looking around the neighborhood, you’re not the only one. Neighbors are unhappy about the weathered banners that remain raised after four months since the celebration, continue reading.  Here’s what else you need Read More…

Announcements Event Notices

Climate Change Rally at the Aquarium T-Stop March 4th

On Sunday, March 4th, environmental activists and Boston Climate Action Network will come together at the Aquarium T-stop from 1:30pm – 3pm to raise awareness about the devastating impacts of rising sea levels in Boston. We Are Boston’s Waterfront invites you to join the growing community of waterfront activists in standing up for greater awareness and Read More…

Community Featured

Reader Poll: What Do You Want to See on the Boston Harborwalk Map?

Earlier this month, Boston Harbor Now announced that funding has been made available to develop a Harborwalk map that will help people find public spaces and amenities along the city’s waterfront. There is currently no comprehensive, user-friendly map providing this information, making it difficult for people to know what is publicly available and legally accessible. Read More…

Health & Environment

Street Sweeping Resumes on March 1st

The Boston Public Works Department will resume regularly posted street sweeping on March 1st in the North End, South End and Beacon Hill. Weather permitting, efforts will be underway to clean the streets following this winter’s snow and ice. The Public Works Department will be proactively cleaning the streets. Several hand cleaning crews and mechanical sweepers will be Read More…

Announcements Photos & Videos

Neighbors Unhappy About Weathered Italian Heritage Month Banners

There are three signs suspended over Hanover Street promoting Italian heritage month. This event was last October and, four months later, the weather beaten signs are still there. Community members have asked they please be removed. Photo by Jay Crane: “Neighborhood Photo” is a regular feature on NorthEndWaterfront.com. Submit your interesting photos using our Submit Read More…

People

North End Resident Cara Curran To Run Boston Marathon on Team Joslin To Support Brothers

North End resident Cara Curran is lacing up her sneakers for her first Boston Marathon this year on behalf of Joslin Diabetes Center, where two of her younger brothers receive their type 1 diabetes care. Brian, the second youngest of the family, was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes in 2004 at the age of 5 Read More…