Community Featured

Weekly Top Reads: Protests Call for Justice; Graduation Parade, Looters Arrested; Real Estate Sales, New Neighborhood Council Members, Pop-Up COVID Testing Site

This week’s top posts on featured protests, police reports, local celebrations, real estate, community groups, healthcare, and more. Read on below to see the most popular articles from this past week. Mostly Peaceful Weekend Protests Turn Ugly Sunday Night Thousands of protestors marched in mostly peaceful protests last weekend joining in the nationwide calls Read More…

Daily Briefs

Monday’s Brief: Protests End in Violence, Boston Offices Set to Reopen Today, Book Discussion “The Dutch House”

Today is Monday, June 1, and last night Boston protests sparked by the killing of George Floyd began peacefully, but ended in violence and arrests. Read more on The Boston Globe. Here’s what else you need to know for today… 6:45PM: Boston Public Library Book Discussion: The Dutch House Ages 18+. Join this virtual discussion Read More…

Community Featured

Weekly Top Reads: Dog Park Reopens, Police Blotter, St. Leonard’s Masses Resume, Liquor License Reform, Boston Parks Ranking, Memorial Day Photo Gallery

This week’s top posts on featured parks, pets, police reports, religion, businesses, and more! Read on below to see the most popular articles from this past week. North End Dog Parks Reopen RUFF North End announced the reopening of the Prince Street Dog Park at the Gassy (DeFilippo Flights area) and the Richmond Street Read More…

Business Featured Government Transportation

New “Healthy Streets” Program Will Expand Bus Stops, Create More Bike Lanes

As part of the City’s reopening process during the COVID-19 pandemic, Mayor Walsh has announced a new “healthy streets” program that will reimagine streets to support businesses and restaurants, provide additional space for residents using public transportation, and accelerate the installation of bike lanes. The series of changes to Boston’s streets builds on Mayor Walsh’s Read More…

Community Featured

Weekly Top Reads: Frustrated Restaurant Owners, Bilingual Ballots, NEW Health COVID-19 Testing Site, Wharf District Reports, MGH During the Pandemic, Langone Park Construction

This week’s top posts on featured local businesses, government, voting, health, construction, and more. Read on below to see the most popular articles from this past week. Frustrated North End Restaurant Owners Rally For Support [Video] North End restauranteurs listened closely to details of Gov. Baker’s four-phase reopening plan announced earlier this week and were frustrated Read More…

Featured Health & Environment

Reader Poll: Would You Feel Safe Going to the Beach on Memorial Day?

Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker presented details on the state’s four-step phased reopening in response to the COVID-19 pandemic earlier this week. Phase 1, titled “Start,” began Monday, May 18. On this date, manufacturing and construction businesses, as well as places of worship, could open with restrictions and capacity limitations. Also part of Phase 1, on Read More…

Community Featured

Weekly Top Reads: Expanding Space, New Neighborhood Council Members, Balcony Opera, Updates from Elected Officials, All Saints Fundraiser, Hanover St. Debate

This week’s top posts on featured planning for the future in the wake of COVID-19, businesses, government, local groups, music, and more. Read on below to see the most popular articles from this past week. City Considers Expanding Sidewalks; Opening Lanes To Pedestrians And Cyclists To Maintain Social Distancing The City has been looking Read More…

Featured Photos & Videos

Social Highlights This Week: Clouds Like a Painting; Tulips and Daffodils

Check out our weekly social media highlights from residents and visitors in the area. To be featured, tag us  @northend.waterfront on Instagram, @northendboston on Twitter, @northendwaterfront on Facebook. Use hashtags #northendboston or #bostonwaterfront. Clouds Like a Painting Tulips and Daffodils Furry Feature Reader Submissions

Featured Transportation

Reader Poll: What Do You Think of the Northern Avenue Bridge Design?

City officials recently presented design plans for the Northern Avenue Bridge project, tentatively set to begin in 2021. The design takes a “people-first” approach, with a center promenade and two “ribbons.” The side facing the Harbor and Rowes Wharf will be exclusively for pedestrians, and the side facing the Moakley Bridge will be for emergency Read More…