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Arts & Culture

Vote North Square for Fan Favorite! One of Nine Boston Preservation Award Projects

The North Square reconstruction project was awarded one of nine 2020 Preservation Achievement Awards by the Boston Preservation Alliance. The award recognizes the resilience of individuals, the versatility of historic buildings, and the importance of storytelling in keeping our histories alive. Now, members of the public can cast your vote for the 2020 Preservation Awards Read More…

Arts & Culture Featured Photos & Videos

Flag Raising at Boston City Hall for Italian Heritage Month [Video Presentations]

The annual flag-raising at Boston City Hall for Italian Heritage Month was a quiet affair this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The reading of the State proclamation was made to an empty plaza. Video commentary was instead submitted by Governor Charlie Baker, Lt. Governor Karyn Polito, Mayor Marty Walsh, Dr. Anthony Fauci, Speaker Robert Read More…

Business

The Pet’s Vet: New Veterinary Clinic Near Boston’s North End

The Pet’s Vet, a veterinary clinic offering general medicine and tailored care, has opened at 225 Friend Street in the Bulfinch Triangle. The clinic offers services in identifying and treating illnesses, behavioral medicine, and senior care. They can assist with international health certificates for your pet, medication and prescriptions, dentistry, surgery, and end of life Read More…

Photos & Videos Sports

Neighborhood Photo: Turf Installation at Puopolo Field

The renovation project at Langone and Puopolo Parks has been full-steam ahead since construction projects were allowed to resume in May with new COVID-19 restrictions in place. In this photo, turf is being putting down on the Puopolo Field, which will be a multi-use field able to host baseball, softball, and soccer. The artificial turf Read More…

Featured Police & Fire

Police Blotter: Stolen Scooter and CVS Theft

The following are recent incidents reported by Boston Police District A-1 for the North End / Waterfront area. Larceny / Scooter09/23 – 09/24/20    9:00 p.m. – 9:00 a.m.Victim reports an unknown person stole his Piaggio/Vespa scooter overnight from Salem Street. Larceny / Shoplifting09/27 – 09/30/20            8:30 a.m.Hanover Street pharmacy Read More…

Announcements Transportation

Overnight Work on Cross St. Between Fulton St. & North St.

Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) will be conducting overnight work to trench across the I-93 northbound off-ramp at exit 23 and across Cross St. between Fulton St. and North St. in Boston. The work is scheduled to take place from Monday, October 5, through Thursday, October 8, during the overnight hours of 9:00 p.m. to Read More…

Arts & Culture Featured

Dr. Fauci Provides Remarks for Italian Heritage Month

The October Italian-American Heritage Committee is pleased to share Dr. Anthony Fauci’s videotaped remarks thanking Governor Baker for honoring him in this year’s Proclamation of October as Italian Heritage Month. The Proclamation, celebrating the 21st anniversary of October as Italian Heritage Month, recognizes five Italian-Americans. In his thanks, Dr. Fauci discusses his Italian heritage and Read More…

Arts & Culture Government Health & Environment

Next Round of Community Preservation Act (CPA) Funding; Eligibility Forms Due Oct. 16

For Fiscal Year 2021, the City of Boston has made $25 million available for Community Preservation Act (CPA) projects under three categories consistent with statewide guidelines: affordable housing, historic preservation, and open space or recreation. Interested applicants must complete an eligibility form by October 16, 2020 that will be reviewed by the Community Preservation Act Read More…