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Chase Bank Ribbon Cutting Celebrates Salem Street Branch

The new Chase Bank located at 48 Salem Street celebrated its official ribbon cutting on Tuesday, February 25, finalizing their position as an addition to the North End community. Branch members and executives from throughout the Northeast came to witness what has been part of J.P Morgan’s initiative to expand its breadth into the Boston Read More…

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Dedicating and Ribbon Cutting at Carolyn Lynch Garden on the Greenway

The Greenway Conservancy and The Lynch Foundation celebrated the new Carolyn Lynch Garden with a dedication and ribbon-cutting ceremony in late August 2018. “There are only a few gardens like these in Boston. It’s beautiful: now light has come to The Greenway,” said Peter Lynch, president of The Lynch Foundation. “Being here with my family today Read More…

Real Estate

Affordable Housing Development “The Beverly” Unseals Its Doors

The official opening of “The Beverly” brought out a crowd on Tuesday to the new housing development in the Bulfinch Triangle near North Station. The project is unique because its 239 units are all considered affordable or workforce priced.  Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker and Boston Mayor Marty Walsh, along with Related Beal’s President Kimberly Stamler, attended the Read More…

Kids & Families Sports

South End Wins First Game in the 8th Annual North 2 South All-Star Series

North End and South End community members each jollied to their stands on a murky Sunday afternoon to watch the South End defeat the North End 19-5 in the first of two games in the 8th annual North 2 South All-Star Series. The North End team, adorned in a passionate maroon and grey uniform, consisted Read More…

Arts & Culture Featured

Boston Pride Week Comes to Faneuil Hall [Photos]

With a colorful flourish, LGBTQ+ community members and New England natives waltzed their way into Faneuil Hall Marketplace over the weekend to celebrate Boston Pride Week’s 18th anniversary. They came with an idea to celebrate the LGBTQ+’s identity and culture. The celebration was no disappointment. Smiles, applause, tears and fainting: all this was expected. A Read More…

Featured Meetings Real Estate

Boston City Council Debates Short-Term Rental Regulations

No obvious compromises were made when Boston’s City Council held a working session on Monday regarding the Mayor’s revised ordinance that regulates short-term rentals in the City of Boston. A vote could come in the coming weeks, yet the Council remains split in opinion with councilors representing downtown largely in favor while those from outlying districts opposed. Read More…

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200th Anniversary of Paul Revere’s Death Commemorated at Granary Burying Ground

Boston locals and curious bystanders alike corralled into the elm tree enclosed Granary Burying Ground in Downtown Boston on May 10th to commemorate Massachusetts hero and industrialist Paul Revere, 200 years after his death on May 10, 1818. Born in the North End and renowned for his midnight ride to signal to the American militia Read More…