Daily Briefs

Monday’s Brief: Halloween Events, Printing Press and Big Pumpkins

Plan your events with the Community Calendar: Tuesday, October 31: 2:00PM ROC Teen Saturday Haunted Halloween Carnival. The 12th Annual Recovery Outreach Community (ROC) will take place at the Nazzaro community center and will feature rides, a bounce house, super slides, food, drinks, pumpkins and more, view the full event listing here. 5:30PM NEMPAC’s 12th Read More…

Government

Charlestown’s Jack Kelly Endorses Lydia Edwards for Boston City Council

News from the campaign office of Lydia Edwards, candidate for District 1 City Council: Jack Kelly, lifelong Charlestown resident and former city councilor-at-large candidate, endorsed Lydia Edwards for district one Boston city councilor. “I am proud to endorse Lydia Edwards for Boston City Council to represent East Boston, the North End, and my beloved home Read More…

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Tuesday’s Brief: Langone/Puopolo Park Meeting, Hypodermic Needle Surges, Signs of Fall

Things to know for Tuesday Events for Tuesday, October 24: 6:30PM Meeting on Langone & Puopolo Park Improvements at Nazzaro Center. The community will come together for a meeting at 30 N. Bennet Street to discuss the proposed improvements for Langone & Puopolo Parks on Commercial Street in the North End, view additional details here. Read More…

Government

Margaret Farmer Endorses Lydia Edwards for City Council

News from the campaign office of District 1 City Council candidate, Lydia Edwards: East Boston resident and former candidate for Boston City Council Margaret Farmer endorsed Lydia Edwards for Boston city councilor. “The issues that face the City of Boston, District 1 are complex, intertwining and far-reaching,”  says Farmer. “With a $3.1 Billion dollar budget Read More…

Government

State Representative Adrian Madaro Endorses Lydia Edwards for City Council

News from the campaign office of District 1 City Council candidate, Lydia Edwards: State Representative Adrian Madaro of the 1st Suffolk district today endorsed Lydia Edwards for Boston city councilor. “Lydia Edwards is a strong voice and champion for working families,” says Rep. Madaro. “She has a proven track record of getting results, has a Read More…

Government

Lydia Edwards Challenges Opponent to Debates Across District

News from the campaign office of District 1 City Council candidate, Lydia Edwards: Lydia Edwards, Boston city council candidate to represent the North End/Waterfront, Charlestown, and East Boston today challenged Stephen Passacantilli to a series of debates throughout the district ahead of the November 7th general election. “I am thrilled with the response of voters,” Read More…

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Tuesday’s Guide: Passacantilli/Edwards Race, Addiction Inspired Mural, NBSS Veneering

What you should know for Tuesday Events for Tuesday, October 3rd: Milling of Atlantic Ave from Commercial St. to the Surface Road. There will be milling of Atlantic Avenue from Commercial Wharf to the Surface Road. During this time there will be traffic delays and parking restrictions. For more details, see the construction notice. 6:30pm Italian Heritage Month Read More…

Government

Reader Poll: Who’s Your Top Choice for District 1 City Councilor?

Boston’s preliminary municipal election will be next Tuesday, September 26. There are three candidates running to fill the seat being vacated by Sal LaMattina for District 1 (North End, Charlestown and East Boston) city councilor — Lydia Edwards, Margaret Farmer and Stephen Passacantilli. The top two candidates from that election will appear on the general municipal Read More…

Announcements Government

Lydia Edwards Holds Puppies and Politics in North End

From the office of District 1 City Council candidate, Lydia Edwards: Boston City Council candidate Lydia Edwards held her first Puppies and Politics meet and greet in the North End at the Richmond Street dog park on Monday night that was well attended by two and four legged North End residents alike. The event was Read More…

Announcements Government

Edwards Releases Housing and Development Policy

From the campaign office of District 1 City Council candidate, Lydia Edwards: Lydia Edwards, candidate for Boston City Council, released a comprehensive development and housing policy platform today outlining her plan to mitigate over development, protect the character of our neighborhoods, and ensure that city government fights to keep middle class families in Boston. “Our Read More…

Announcements Government

Assistant Majority Leader Rep. Mike Moran Endorses Edwards

Boston City Council candidate Lydia Edwards added Assistant Majority Leader State Representative Michael Moran to her list of supporters with less than two weeks ahead of the September 26th preliminary elections. “Lydia is prepared, qualified and ready to start on day one,” said State Representative Michael Moran. “I’ve seen her work first hand when she Read More…

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Weekend Brief: Baby Brady, Outdoor Movie, D1 Candidates, Bocce Tourney!

Things to know for Friday Events for Friday, September 8th: 6:00pm Michelle McPhee Book Talk and Signing on “Maximum Harm.” Emmy-nominated investigative reporter and award-winning journalist Michele McPhee examines the Boston Marathon bombers’ roots in Dagestan and Chechnya, their struggle to assimilate in America, and their growing hatred of the United States—a deepening antagonism that would prompt federal prosecutors Read More…