Monthly Archives: April 2019

New Greenway Photo Exhibit on Display Between Hanover and North Streets

The Rose Kennedy Greenway Conservancy's first installation in a series of artwork making up their 2019 Public Art exhibition, "The Auto Show,"...

Neighborhood Photo: Somewhere Over the Rainbow

The dreary afternoon rain combined with the sunset to create a rainbow over the North End and Waterfront on Sunday evening! In...

Monday’s Brief: Israeli Firm Buys Quincy Market Retail Space, Northern Ave...

Today is Monday, April 29 and late last week the city unveiled 4 proposals for a new Northern Avenue bridge. The current...

Elected Leaders Headline 26th Annual Taste of the North End

Continuing a longstanding neighborhood tradition, the 26th Annual Taste of the North End brought top elected officials and hundreds of festival-goers for...

Boston City Council Looks Into Sidewalk Signage Ordinance

The Boston City Council is looking into revising a city ordinance regarding signage for storefronts and businesses. The...

Police Blotter: Car Struck by Table in High Winds; Shoplifting at...

The following are recent incidents reported by Boston Police District A-1 for the North End / Waterfront area. Accidental...

Weekly Top Reads: Paying for Parking, Rep. Michlewitz Concerned About Scooters,...

This week's top posts on NorthEndWaterfront.com featured transportation, development, health, community events, and more! Read on below to see the most popular...

Mirabella Pool Site Selected for New Community Center; Existing Nazzaro Future...

The Mirabella Pool bathhouse/spray fountain area on Commercial Street was selected as the final recommended site for a new North End community...

Create Your Own “Changing Course” Bottle Fish at Boston Harbor Pop-Up...

All are invited to participate in Changing Course, a collaborative art installation at the Boston Harbor Pop-up Gallery at...

Weekend Brief: Taste of the North End Friday Night, Films at...

Today is Friday, April 26 and if you're a pickle fan then you're in luck - On Saturday, June 22nd, the Boston...

Boston City Council Eyes Charging For Resident Parking

Councilor Michelle Wu wants to impose fees on residential parking in the city of Boston. Residents soon might...

American Rhino to Host “Safari in the City” Live Auction &...

American Rhino, the mission-based apparel, footwear and accessories brand, dedicated to raising awareness and funds for ground conservation...