Monthly Archives: June 2018

Summer Kickoff With “Illuminate the Harbor” Fireworks

It was a perfect steamy, summer Saturday night to take in the spectacular display of fireworks over Boston Harbor. The annual "Illuminate the Harbor"...

Photo Gallery: Harborfest Opens With Official Cake Cutting

The 37th annual Boston Harborfest kicked off this week with an opening ceremony and cutting of the cake at Faneuil Hall. The United States...

Weekly Top Reads: Last Little Italy Video, Parking Ticket Fines, Fake...

This week's top posts on NorthEndWaterfront.com featured real estate, parking, schools, sports, culture and more. Read on below to see the most popular articles...

Starbucks Does Not Belong In Our Doorway

Little Italy is a symbol of Italian culture and flavor, no different than many neighborhoods in Boston. Look at neighboring Chinatown, people flock there...

Boston City Council Considering Fees for Residential Parking Stickers

Boston city councilors are looking to start charging for residential parking stickers, saying that the current parking system is broken because the city currently...

Suffolk County Courts to Offer ePay for Online Payment of Criminal...

Suffolk County court users who owe criminal case fees can now skip the trip to their local courthouse and pay online with ePay, the...

Celebrate Harborfest at the Old North Church & Historic Site

You are invited to come celebrate Harborfest at the Old North Church & Historic Site! From Friday, June 29th to Wednesday, July 4th, the Old...

Independence Day Celebration at Columbus Park (Plus Fireworks!) on June 30th

Join the Friends of Christopher Columbus Park for their annual Independence Day Celebration in the Park on Saturday, June 30! There will be tons of...

Proposed North End Starbucks Strongly Opposed at Public Meeting [Video]

Opponents of a proposed North End Starbucks made a powerful showing at a nearly three hour public meeting on Thursday night. The issue at...

Weekend Brief: Harbor Fireworks Sat. Night, Harborfest, Colonialfest, NBSS Info Session,...

Things to know for Friday Today is Friday, June 29 and the 4th of July is coming up before you know it. Here are 10...

Historic Play “Cato & Dolly” Premieres at Boston’s Old State House

The Bostonian Society ​presents the premiere of​ Cato and Dolly, an all-new​ live​ play​ by Playwright Patrick Gabridge at Boston's historic Old State House​, running Friday, July...

Armed Robbery at Cooper St. Convenience Store

Via Universal Hub The Venice Convenience Store at 38 Cooper St. in the North End was robbed at gunpoint around 10:20 p.m. on Wednesday night....