This week’s top posts on NorthEndWaterfront.com featured neighborhood events, transportation, families, fundraisers and more! Read on below to see the most popular articles from this past week.
The 105th St. Agrippina’s Feast was held last weekend, starting on Thursday evening on Hanover Street and ending with a 10-hour Grand Procession on Sunday through the North End streets. Read more and see photos here.
North End Neighborhood Night Out brought out hundreds of North End / Waterfront neighbors, Boston Police and local officials to the newly renovated Prado (Paul Revere Mall) on Tuesday evening. Mayor Marty Walsh spoke at the event, joined by Police Commissioner William Gross and many of his command from local District A-1. Read more and see photos here.
The Boston City Council recently learned more about the North-South rail link, a proposed project to connect North Station and South Station via a 2.8 mile tunnel. Read more here.
North End Against Drugs (NEAD) hosted their annual Family Pride Day last weekend at Christopher Columbus Park. Hundreds of people gathered to celebrate this community event complete with free BBQ, face painting, balloon art, live music, and kids arts & crafts. See photos here.
The tenth annual Run to Home Base at Fenway Park to support U.S. Veterans and Service Members took place at the end of July. The race raises funds for Home Base to help Service Members, Veterans and their families heal from the Invisible Wounds. Read more and see photos here.