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100th Anniversary Feast of Madonna Della Cava Recognized [Photos]

The second weekend of August 2020 would have been the 100th Anniversary for the Feast of the Madonna Della Cava. As with all of this year’s religious processions and feasts, these large gatherings have been cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic for public health reasons. Instead, a small number of members from the Madonna Della Read More…

Photos & Videos

Neighborhood Photo: Solitude & Shadows

This black-and-white image shows Atlantic Avenue along the waterfront from above. “A rare sight on a Saturday morning,” says photographer Bob Somerville, noting the lack of people and activity. Neighborhood Photo” is a regular feature on NorthEndWaterfront.com. Send in your photos via email to info@northendwaterfront.com or tag @northend.waterfront on Instagram. Please include a caption or story telling us about your Read More…

Featured Health & Environment

Gov. Baker Boosts Enforcement in Midst of Rising Cases; Postpones Step 2 of Phase III Indefinitely [COVID-19 Weekly Update]

The Downtown, North End, Beacon Hill, and Back Bay neighborhoods experienced a 50% increase in new cases this week with sixteen new cases reported by the Boston Public Health Commission’s weekly report through August 6th. The total number of cases for the downtown neighborhoods stand at 535, a rate of 96 per 10,000 residents. Visits Read More…

Community Featured

Weekly Top Reads: Bike Shop Window Smashed, Sexual Assault Investigation, Real Estate Sales, Eliot Teacher Receives Award, Garden of Hope, Farewell to N. Washington St. Bridge

This week’s top posts on NorthEndWaterfront.com featured crime, police, schools, real estate, gardens, construction, and more! Read on below to see the most popular articles from this past week. Suspect Arrested For Smashing Window At Urban Cycles Bike Shop Urban Cycles / AdvenTours on Atlantic Avenue had their window smashed when a test rider took Read More…

Daily Briefs

Weekend Brief: Concerts in the Courtyard, Shark Expedition, Varying Approaches to School Returns

Today is Friday, August 7 and the USS Constitution Museum is open once again with exhibit & experience modifications, read more here. Here’s what you need to know for this weekend… 12:30PM Boston Public Library “Concerts in the Courtyard” Series. Beginning July 10, all concerts in the series will be streamed LIVE from the courtyard Read More…

Featured Real Estate

Boston City Group, Inc. Sells 33A at Commercial Wharf

*Sponsored Post* Boston, MA: Commercial Wharf Unit 33A, a 1918 SF Office Condo sold on July 31, for $1,920,000.00. Boston City Group, Inc.’s Caroline Ligotti, Emily McGranaghan, and Linda Redeker, represented the Seller and procured the buyer, a Capital Investment Company that will use the space for their new Boston corporate headquarters. 33A is located Read More…

Transportation

Get Parking Ticket Alerts for Street Sweeping and Moving Permits

Street sweeping schedules are in effect. Ticketing enforcement will resume on Monday, August 10th. Enforcement will not include towing vehicles until further notice during the COVID-19 pandemic. With moving season here, many streets will have temporary parking permits posted over the next few weeks.  Avoid getting parking tickets for street sweeping and temporary parking permit Read More…

Community Event Notices Photos & Videos

Girl Friends of the North End Cancel September Reunion

by Francine Capodilupo Gannon Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, the annual Girl Friends of the North End get together will NOT be held this September 2020. Instead, we look forward to seeing everyone in September, 2021 when we shall celebrate our Tenth Annual Girl Friends of the North End gathering. In the interim, please Read More…

Announcements Arts & Culture

USS Constitution & Museum to Reopen Aug. 7

The USS Constitution, USS Constitution Museum, and Boston National Historical Park attractions in the Charlestown Navy Yard are all reopening to the public on Friday, August 7, following a nearly five-month shutdown due to COVID-19. National Parks of Boston Superintendent Michael Creasey, USS Constitution’s Commanding Officer John Benda, and USS Constitution Museum President & CEO Read More…