This week’s top posts on NorthEndWaterfront.com featured community member awards, businesses, events, developments and more! Read on below to see the most popular articles from the past week.

Dr. Giuseppe Giangregorio Honored for Promoting Italian Language

Dr. Giuseppe Giangregorio (Pepe) has received an award from Centro Attività Scolastiche Italiane (C.A.S.IT) for his unwavering support and promotion of the Italian language and culture in the North End. Read more here.

Ribbon Cutting with the Mayor at Forcella

Mayor Marty Walsh was on hand for a ribbon cutting this week at Forcella, the newly opened restaurant at 33 North Square in Boston’s North End. Forcella owners Nino Trotta and Shannon MacGowen showed off the 34-seat restaurant along with Chef Robert Morotto. Read more and see photos here.

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North End Restaurants Join to Conquer Diabetes in 13th Year of CityFeast

CityFeast returned to Boston’s North End for its thirteenth year. Attendees enjoyed a five-course dinner with wine pairings with proceeds benefiting the Joslin Diabetes Center’s needs in research, education, and clinical care. Read more and see photos here.

Reader Poll: Will “Uptown” Stick as Boston’s Newest Neighborhood Name?

Boston Properties and Delaware North, the developers of The Hub on Causeway at TD Garden and North Station, have been hoping the neighborhood name “Uptown” will catch on for the area around this redevelopment. Read more and share your opinion here.

Dock Square Garage Plan Reduced From Ten to Seven Additional Stories

The Boston Planning & Development Agency held a public meeting to discuss the planned development area of the dock square building project. Most notably, a change in the plans has reduced the overall addition from ten new stories to seven new stories. Read more here.

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North End Athletic Association Baseball Registration is Now Open

It may be too cold to go outside without several layers of insulation, but warmer days are ahead! North End Athletic Association (NEAA) has announced their registration for baseball ages 4-21 and girls softball ages 7-12 is now open. Read more here.

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