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People Photos & Videos

North End Stories: Frank Imbergamo Talks About His North End Childhood

Frank Imbergamo was born and raised in the North End of Boston. In this video, Frank talks about the North End of his childhood and participating with the North End Athletic Association. View more at, a digital narrative project.

Community Photos & Videos Sports

Photos: NEAA T-Ball, Minor League and Soccer Banquet

Over 175 people filled the Nazzaro Center Gym to celebrate the NEAA’s Youth Baseball and Soccer Programs. Awards were given to T-Ball, Minor League Baseball, 4/5 Year Old Soccer, 6 to 8 year old soccer and 9/10 year old soccer. Over 150 awards in all. Special Thanks to Minor League Baseball Commissioner Steven Siciliano, T-Ball Read More…

Community Police & Fire

Extensive Vandalism on the North End’s Harborwalk

A concerned resident sends in this disturbing account of extensive vandalism on Monday night, Presidents’ Day at the North End’s Puopolo and Langone parks by a large group of young individuals drinking on the Harborwalk. After the photos, the same resident provides an update on the response by City officials. Approximately 8:45 PM last night Read More…


North End Election Officers Needed

ELECTION DAY OFFICERS NEEDED THROUGHOUT BOSTON FOR 2012 ELECTION CYCLE Have you ever gone to vote and thought that you might enjoy being an Election Officer “someday,” or have you thought that the poll workers at your precinct are a great group, and you would love to have the opportunity to work with them?  The Read More…

Government Police & Fire

Shredder Truck Complaint at Romney Headquarters, 585 Commercial St.

A Citizens Connect user complains to the city today about a shredder truck, illegally parked outside Romney headquarters at 585 Commercial St. Mitt Romney’s giant Shredder Truck illegally parked outside his office on Commercial Street. This giant shredder truck often parked in tow zone in front of Romney National HQ, yet never towed or ticketed. Read More…

Community Event Notices

NEWRA Zoning, Licensing and Construction Committee Agenda for January 24, 2012

The North End/Waterfront Residents’ Association’s Zoning, Licensing and Construction (ZLC) Committee will meet this Tuesday evening, January 24.  NEWRA meetings are open, and all North End/Waterfront residents are invited to participate in these important neighborhood discussions.     NORTH END/WATERFRONT RESIDENTS’ ASSOCIATION Zoning, Licensing and Construction Committee Meeting Agenda     Tuesday, January 24, 2012, 7:00 PM Mariners Read More…

Event Notices

February School Vacation Programs at the Paul Revere House

February School Vacation Programs at the Paul Revere House Fun and Games in the 1700’s Wednesday, Feb. 22, 10:30-12:00 and Thursday, Feb. 23, 2:00-3:30, 2012 In colonial Boston did men, women, and children work from sunrise to sunset? The answer is a resounding NO! During a tour of the Revere House, children (and accompanying adults) Read More…

Arts & Culture Event Notices Schools

“Riffs & Raps” Jazz at the North End Library

On Wednesday evening, October 26th, the North End Branch Library presented a tutorial/jazz concert entitled “Riffs & Raps: Jazzin’ the Generations.” It featured a veteran trio of jazzmen: Arni Cheatham on saxophones, Bill Lowe on trombone and tuba, and Kevin Harris on keyboards. They gave the audience a history of the blues, jazz and even Read More…

Business People

Julie Wormser Named Executive Director of The Boston Harbor Association

News from The Boston Harbor Association: Julie Wormser Named Executive Director of The Boston Harbor Association, Joins Vivien Li in expansion of senior management team The Boston Harbor Association (TBHA) announced today the hire of Julie Wormser as Executive Director of the organization.  Wormser joins President Vivien Li, who was promoted to President in March Read More…

Police & Fire Sports

Boston Police Visit Bruin Milan Lucic After Argument With Girlfriend on North End Streets

Neighbors report hearing the commotion outside Starbucks and the Boston Herald fills in the details of the public argument that Boston Bruin Milan Lucic had yesterday with his girlfriend. “According to the police report, patrons outside the Four Winds bar told them that a female wearing a silver-sequined dress ran up Fleet Street crying while Read More…