Community Featured

Weekly Top Reads: Feast Photos, Boston Move Week, Carolyn Lynch Garden, Senior Affordable Housing and Sailing Yacht “Adèle”

This week’s top posts on NorthEndWaterfront.com featured photo galleries from the celebrations of Saint Anthony and Saint Lucy, along with gardens, real estate, boats and more! Read on below to see the most popular articles from this past week. 99th Saint Anthony’s Feast Photo Gallery One year short of its centennial, the opening ceremonies at Read More…

Community Health & Environment

What’s The 311? Thievery on Morton Street and Hole Found at Columbus Park

Welcome back to our weekly update that highlights some of the cases appearing on 311 in the North End/Waterfront neighborhoods. All 311 cases are public information and can be found at 311.boston.gov. Alleged Thievery and Drug Activity on Morton Street / Cutillo Park “Man & woman opening “alleged” stolen goods on Morton St/Cuttilo Park in North End. Saw/photographed Read More…

Announcements

North End OSIA Applications Now Available

North End Order Sons & Daughters of Italy in America official applications for membership are now available! You can pick up hard copies at the Nazzaro Center or email us at NorthEndOSIA@gmail.com to obtain an electronic version. (Do NOT mail the applications to the Grand Lodge – we will take care of everything for you.) Read More…

Daily Briefs

Weekend Brief: Labor Day Weekend, Friday Films, Sing Along in Quincy Market

Things to know for Friday Today is Friday, August 31 and “The MBTA’s new digital countdown clocks will now tell you if a train is stopped and how far away it is – as well as the appropriate obscenity to scream at the clock.” – Ben Alper.  Here’s everything you need to know for Labor Read More…

Featured Photos & Videos

Fireworks Spectacular Over Boston Harbor for Labor Day Weekend

For the sixth year in a row, a group of local non-profits have illuminated Boston Harbor for Labor Day weekend, as another Summer unofficially comes to an end. Twin barges located between Long Wharf and the Seaport provided nearly a half-hour of booming colors to light up the harbor, filled with boats and waterfront activities. Read More…

Featured Real Estate

Plans Filed for Affordable Elderly Housing at 41 North Margin St. (Formerly Knights of Columbus)

Plans have been submitted to the Boston Planning & Development Agency to convert the Knights of Columbus building at 41 North Margin Street to senior affordable housing units and a renovated Knights of Columbus Hall. Developers Affirmative Investments, Inc. and East Boston Community Development Corporation propose to renovate the five-story, mixed-use development to create 23 apartments, a 2,000 Read More…

Business Real Estate

Grand Opening for New Core Property Group Office on North Street

Longtime local real estate business owner, Giancarlo Tiberi, has announced the grand opening of a second Core Property Group office in the North End. Located at 278 North Street, the new office is accessible to the waterfront and the “south of Hanover” market along with more space for a growing team. The second location joins Read More…

Photos & Videos

Historic Neighborhood Photo: Paul the Barber by Jules Aarons, Part 2

In case you missed part one of this series last week, the next few posts will feature a few of our favorite images taken by local photographer, Jules Aarons. This week’s photo of Paul the Barber exemplifies Aarons’ eye for capturing moments of daily life in the North End, where the population was very dynamic. Read More…

Daily Briefs

Thursday’s Brief: Harbor Fireworks, Gentle Yoga, North End’s Best Meatball

Things to know for Thursday Today is Thursday, August 30 and “the winner of the annual ‘North End Best Meatball’ competition was Chef Eric Buonagurio of Tony & Elaine’s. The winner of the ‘North End Worst Meatball’ was Clerk Ed from 7-Eleven’s Semi-Defrosted Delights section.” – Ben Alper Here’s what else you need to know Read More…

Community

Tips and Tricks for Surviving Boston Move Week in the North End / Waterfront

September 1 is fast approaching and with it, the flip of 75% of Boston’s rental leases. Combine this with tens of thousands of college students returning to the city for the new school year, and you’ve got moving chaos. Don’t fret! Whether you’re moving in or out of the neighborhood, or are a continuing resident Read More…

Sports

North End Athletic Association Concludes Successful 2018 Baseball Season

2018 was a summer of extreme heat and dry weather followed by a summer of non-stop rain. Neither condition is ideal to run a baseball league, but the NEAA pulled off another successful season. The 4-year-old clinic headed by Carl Hall fought through some tough weather to deliver our 4 year olds a fun and memorable springtime of baseball. The Read More…

Photos & Videos

Social Highlights This Week: Saint Anthony, Sweet Treats & Furry Friends

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. Saint Anthony Parades Through the Streets View this post on Instagram Saude, prosperidade e vida plena e abundante, em Nosso Senhor Read More…