This week’s top posts on NorthEndWaterfront.com featured new businesses, holiday events, local schools, good neighbors and more! Read on below to see the most popular articles from the past week.
Ivy Lawson is making a honey splash at 120 Salem Street with the opening of her Ivyees “Everything Honey” store. In a milestone for the neighborhood, Lawson is the first woman of color to own a shop in Boston’s North End. Read more and see photos here.
Now in its 12th year, the North End Holiday Shop & Stroll has become a seasonal tradition for a fun Friday night of local shopping and nibbles. Stores offered holiday refreshments and special discounts as shoppers punched their ‘passport’ cards to win gift baskets. Read more and see photos here.
Nearly 100 pets had their photo taken with Santa at RUFF’s Santa Paws last Saturday. The North End Dog Group had a beautiful afternoon to host the event with Boston Police Officer John Quinn playing the role of Santa. Read more and see photos here.
Trinity Martignetti was presented with the November Good Neighbor Recognition Award for her efforts in keeping the North End neighborhood clean. Trinity works diligently at helping to keep her section of Prince Street as clean as possible! Read more and see photos here.
Sarah Turner has been selected to be the next President of the North Bennet Street School (NBSS) in Boston’s North End. Turner will spearhead expansion of the School’s public programs and community partnerships within the craft-education world, while continuing the School’s legacy of training students for careers in traditional trades and fine crafts. Read more here.
The Friends of the North End Branch Library held their annual appreciation party for North End neighbors last weekend! There was food, music, raffle and good conversation, free to everyone. Read more and see photos here.