Police & Fire

Boston Police Respond to Commercial Street Disturbance

Last night Boston Police responded to a disturbance at 427 Commercial Street on Monday night where a man was seen being arrested. Several officers spoke with the man on the sidewalk before he was taken away. Photos by Andy Finnegan: More information to follow in an upcoming police blotter. *All persons are presumed innocent until Read More…

Daily Briefs

Tuesday’s Brief: Adult Yoga, Wharf District Council Meeting, Learning to Curl

Things to know for Tuesday It’s Tuesday, February 27 and if you thought it was all of the regular commuters making you late for work this morning while you’re stuck sitting in traffic, maybe you should consider ditching the Lyft or Uber in favor for a less congested route. Here’s what else you need to Read More…

Featured Real Estate

Haymarket Hotel Proposes Height Change From 65.0 to 69.5 Feet to Boost Floor-to-Ceiling Spaces

A notice of project change (NPC) and amendment to the planned development area of the Parcel 9 – Haymarket Hotel project calls for an increase of the building’s maximum height from 65 to 69.5 feet. The developer, an affiliate of CV Properties, Olshan Properties and Harbinger Development, has proposed the construction of an approximately 225-room Read More…

Police & Fire

Police Blotter: Threats and Disturbances

Recent incidents from the Boston Police District A-1 journal log for the North End / Waterfront area. Threats 02/23/18      2:49pm Female victim reports she was threatened by a male suspect over an argument about smoking outside an Atlantic Ave. apartment building. Police Officers spoke with both parties involved and advised them how to seek Read More…

Announcements Arts & Culture

Councilor Edwards Launches Local Art Contest for Display at City Hall

Boston City Councilor Lydia Edwards is calling for local artwork submissions from the community as part of a contest to find defining district one displays for her office at Boston City Hall. “I’m searching for creative pieces of art to highlight what makes Charlestown, East Boston, and the North End special places to live. As Read More…

People

Resident Leverett Wing to Chair Joslin Diabetes Center’s 14th Annual “A Taste of Ginger”

North End Waterfront resident Leverett Wing will serve as chair of Joslin Diabetes Center’s 14th annual “A Taste of Ginger” event at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston on Monday, April 9th benefiting Joslin’s Asian American Diabetes Initiative (AADI). Leverett’s father was diagnosed with diabetes in the 1970s and treated at Joslin Diabetes Center. His parents Read More…

Kids & Families Schools

Eliot School Students Participate in Seasonal Cooking & Eating Program at the KITCHEN

Fifth graders from the Eliot School spent the past semester in the Seasonal Cooking and Eating Program – a culinary, curriculum-based program The Trustees has been piloting in the KITCHEN at the Boston Public Market. The pilot program, launched by Program Director Lieza Dagher and sponsored by the Reebok Foundation, includes four immersive half-day visits by the Read More…

Featured Government

Ward 3 Democrats Elect Delegates at 2018 Caucus [Video]

Democrats from Ward 3 held their annual caucus in Boston’s North End on Saturday to elect delegates for the upcoming State Convention, being held this June in Worcester. Delegates will choose the Democratic candidates for Mass. Governor, U.S. Senator and other statewide offices including Treasurer, Auditor and Attorney General. Both Massachusetts Congressman Stephen Lynch and Michael Read More…

Community Featured

Weekly Top Reads: Haymarket Garage Parking, City Meters, Dock Square Tower, Municipal Harbor Plan, Local Poets, & Family Ice Skating

In this week’s top posts on NorthEndWaterfront.com, several local garages gained neighborhood attention, along with parking meter pricing and community events. Read on below to see the most popular articles from the past week! North End Resident Parking Abuse at Parcel 7 Haymarket Garage (5 Investigates) Sixty discounted parking spaces at the Parcel 7 Haymarket Read More…

Arts & Culture Featured

Saint Leonard Church Restoration Featured on Chronicle

The recent restoration of Saint Leonard Church in Boston’s North End was highlighted on Thursday night’s edition of Chronicle TV5. The segment featured interviews with Fr. Antonio Nardoianni, Fr. Claude Scrima and parishioner Carmine Guarino. [The Chronicle TV segment was written and produced by Sangita Chandra and filmed by videographer Carl Vieira.] Also, view photos and video Read More…