This week’s top posts on NorthEndWaterfront.com featured feasts, boats, climate change planning, community events and more! Read on below to see the most popular articles from this past week.
A once in a generation celebration came to fruition for the 100th Anniversary of the Saint Anthony’s Feast as the gold-adorned statue emerged for its centennial to the faithful under the glory of confetti and streamers. Read more and see photos here.
The EMERALD ACE, a 60,200 ton cargo ship built to carry up to 6,400 standard passenger cars passed through Boston Harbor last weekend. The ship, completed in 2012, is the world’s first hybrid car carrier. Read more here.
The St. Lucy Society kicked off their 98th Feast on Thursday night in honor of Santa Lucia, St. Lucy, Vergine e’ Martire – Protectress of Eyesight, complete with pink confetti and a procession. Read more and see photos here.
Climate Ready Boston delivered a project update regarding plans to deal with rising tides and climate change to members of the Wharf District Council (WDC) earlier this week. Read more and see slides from the presentation here.
The man arrested earlier this year for three armed robberies in the North End, including Bob’s Grocery, has been indicted in federal court by a grand jury and could now face a life sentence in prison. Read more here.
It was a beautiful summer evening for the Friends of Christopher Columbus Park (FOCCP) annual boat cruise on Boston Harbor. Read more and see photos from this fun family event here.