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Weekly Top Reads: Outdoor Dining Inspections, Free Parking for Some Residents, North End COVID Testing, Multiple 311 Reports for Fireworks, Unarmed Community Response System, Mask Commentary

This week’s top posts on NorthEndWaterfront.com featured businesses, health, parking, government, fireworks, and more! Read on below to see the most popular articles from this past week. City To Do Random Inspections Of North End’s Outdoor Dining North End restaurants will now be subjected to random inspections after the licensing board received dozens of complaints Read More…

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Social Highlights This Week: North End Art, Greenway Carousel, & Rows of Boats

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. North End Art Greenway Carousel Reopens The Rose Kennedy Greenway Carousel reopens on Friday, June 26 on a limited weekend schedule! It will be open Friday–Sunday, 11 a.m. Read More…

Community Featured Transportation

Reader Poll: How is Neighborhood Parking Going?

Resident parking has always been a challenge in the North End / Waterfront neighborhood. When the statewide shutdown due the Coronavirus pandemic began back in March, tickets and towing for street sweeping was paused, allowing residents who were no longer commuting to work daily to leave their cars in their parking spots. Many other individuals Read More…

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Weekly Top Reads: Outdoor Dining, Mayor Walsh & Rep. Michlewitz Talk Community Issues with Residents, Captain Fong Retires, Short Film Features Copp’s Hill, Downtown Journal, Socially Distant St. Anthony’s Feast Day Photos

This week’s top posts on NorthEndWaterfront.com featured restaurants, neighborhood meetings, historic locations, cultural events, and more! Read on below to see the most popular articles from this past week. Outdoor Dining Transforms The North End Overnight [Photos & Videos] Even longtime North Enders who have “seen it all” have been watching in wonderment the overnight Read More…

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Social Highlights This Week: Parks & Playgrounds and Night Lights

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. Parks & Playgrounds As part of Phase 2 of Massachusetts’ gradual reopening plan, playgrounds, spray decks, and outdoor fitness areas were allowed to reopen earlier this week. Local Read More…

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Weekly Top Reads: Columbus Statue Beheaded, Outdoor Dining Begins, Dolce Cafe Liquor License, Peaceful Protests, 311 Reports, Opera in the Streets

This week’s top posts on NorthEndWaterfront.com featured vandalism, restaurants and businesses, continued protests, arts, and more! Read on below to see the most popular articles from this past week. Christopher Columbus Statue Beheaded In Boston’s North End The head of Christopher Columbus was torn off overnight Tuesday from the statue in the namesake park on Read More…

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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 NorthEndWaterfront.com 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…