Community Featured

Weekly Top Reads: Memorial Day Traditions, Roma Pharmacy, Bruins Fever and Casino Concerns

It was a holiday-shortened week, full of Memorial Day events. The North End’s VFW Post 144 held a ceremony in the neighborhood while the solemn flag garden returned to Boston Common. The Prince Hall Freemasons continued their century-old tradition of a service at Copp’s Hill. This week, we also feature the latest “Life on the Read More…

Event Notices

A Weekend In Boston: Events Throughout The City

Welcome to A Weekend in Boston, a weekly post about events occurring over the upcoming weekend throughout all of Boston. For events coming up in the North End, see the event calendar. For more information on each event, click on the event title. This weekend is looking to be a great one! There are so Read More…

Community Featured Schools

North End Against Drugs Awards $8,000 in 2019-2020 Scholarships

North End Against Drugs, through the Raymond and Michelina Costa Scholarship Program, awarded $8,000 in scholarships this year to forty-four deserving students. The scholarships included nine $500 awards to students attending tuition based schools, thirty-one students attending public schools received a $100 gift card to help with supplies for the upcoming school year. Also, a first Read More…

Daily Briefs

Weekend Brief: City Hall Pride Flag Raising, Yappy Hour, Contemporary Arte Scene, Friday Films

Today is Friday, May 31 and we hope you enjoyed the holiday shortened week! Why are the North End park lights shining out toward Charlestown late at night? That’s what one 311 complaint asks, as highlighted in this Universal Hub post. Here’s what is on the calendar for this weekend… Friday, May 31 12:00PM Pride Read More…

Announcements Arts & Culture Event Notices

Louis Prima Jr. and The Witnesses Bringing the Swing to the Centennial Saint Anthony’s Feast

Born into an undeniable musical legacy, Louis Prima Jr. picks up the torch lit by his iconic father and leads his incarnation of The Witnesses headfirst into the future. Next stop is the Bandstand of the 100th Saint Anthony’s Feast on Friday, August 23, 2019.  Their seamless blend of big band jazz, insanely danceable swing Read More…

Event Notices

Hidden in Plain Sight: Learning How Teens Hide Substances – June 4 at Nazzaro Center

NEW Health and the Nazzaro Community Center are hosting an event “Hiding in Plain Sight”. Learn about some of the common places teens use to hide substances in their bedrooms, sometimes right in plain sight. We will be setting up a makeshift bedroom to identify those places commonly used to avoid detection. All are welcome Read More…

Featured Health & Environment People

Good Neighbor Award Presented to Don Scott of Lincoln Wharf

Don Scott has been a Bostonian for 20 years, but has always been from New England. He has worked at Lincoln Wharf, 357 Commercial Street, for 18 of those years. Don has made a hobby of planting the flowers in front and back of Lincoln Wharf and totally enjoys this voluntary chore. Before Lincoln Wharf, he was Read More…


12th Annual Eliot “Whole” School Picture Day

As the K-8 school year heads into the final stretch, the North End’s Eliot School continued the tradition of gathering at Langone Park for its 12th Annual Whole School picture.  This tradition began in 2007 on the Prado with 150 students.  Shown also below is this year’s graduating class. Go Team Eliot!