This week’s top posts on NorthEndWaterfront.com featured local celebrations, city politics, businesses, schools and more! Read on below to see the most popular articles from this past week.
All the North End feast societies came together on All Saints Day for a celebratory gathering in Boston’s North End. Known primarily for their feasts and processions, the groups sponsored a Community Mass followed by a unique “All Saints” procession through the streets. Read more and see photos.
The City of Boston Municipal Election took place on November 5 with residents voting to elect councilors for each of the nine districts and four citywide At-Large councilor positions. Boston voters elected the most diverse council in city history, but one seat is yet to be determined. Read more here.
Lifelong North Ender Nick Dello Russo reflects on the neighborhood restaurant scene in his most recent “life on the corner” column. The story begins, “Sixty years ago visiting the North End was taking a walk on the wild side and only the adventurous came, but the food was worth it.” Read more here.
The Boston Convenience Store Owners Association (BCSOA) and the New England Convenience Store and Energy Marketers Association (NECSEMA) hosted a rally on Boston City Hall Plaza last week to address the proposed ban of flavored tobacco products. Read more here.
Eliot School students showed off their math skills at a recent competition in which they placed first in the Elementary School division! The competition was held at the Eliot Upper School on Commercial Street. Read more here.
The North End / Waterfront Residents’ Association (NEWRA) hosted its annual residents party on October 30th at the Pilot House. NEWRA members, local residents and elected officials mingled while enjoying a meal and the scenic North End waterfront. Read more and see photos here.