Real Estate

Lewis Wharf Hotel Opposition Group Pushes Mayor to Take Position

The “Save Our North End Waterfront” group of residents opposing the proposed Lewis Wharf hotel is pressing its case to Mayor Walsh, who has not formally met with the group nor taken a public position. A recent State ruling could severely cut the project footprint and ultimately kill the proposal. To date, however, the Boston Planning Read More…

Community Government

Protest Signs Greet Mayor at North End / Waterfront Coffee Hour

Citywide media were on the scene for the latest City Hall employee indictment, but North End / Waterfront residents tried to get the Mayor’s attention on several community issues at Wednesday’s coffee hour. Neighbors came out in force to protest the closing of the North End Nursing Home and to stop the proposed developments at Harbor Garage and Read More…

Government Kids & Families Schools

Eliot Students Present “Our Boston” Project to Mayor Walsh

The Kindergarten class at the Eliot School came to City Hall to present their “Our Boston” project to Mayor Walsh on Friday. The students were engaged in explaining their dream park and posed thoughtful questions to the Mayor. Photos by Isabel Leon of the Mayor’s Office.

Community Photos & Videos

Mayor’s Trolley Tour Stops in the North End [Photos]

In his second neighborhood trolley tour, Mayor Marty Walsh continued the tradition with a stop in the North End on Sunday afternoon. Kids of all ages came out to see Santa and the lighting of the Prado tree on the Paul Revere Mall. Joining the Mayor were local elected officials, City Councilor Sal LaMattina, State Read More…

Community

Mingling and Dancing at the North End Italian Heritage Seniors Luncheon

The annual Italian Heritage Luncheon for North End seniors was held last week, hosted by the Boston Elderly Commission at the U.S. Coast Guard’s All Hands Club on Commercial Street. Mayor Marty Walsh attended as the group enjoyed good food, mingling and dancing to DJ Allan LaBella. Many thanks to Michele Morgan for the party Read More…

Commentaries Government

Mayor’s Column: Honoring National Welcome Week

A regular column by Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh: National Welcoming Week takes place from September 12 – 20. It’s an opportunity to recognize immigrant communities, celebrate our city’s immigrant heritage, and recommit ourselves to creating welcoming environments for all of our newcomers. Boston has been a city of immigrants since its founding. Each wave Read More…

Community Government Real Estate

Mayor Walsh Fundraiser Brings Out Residents Concerned With Lewis Wharf Hotel Project

Mayor Martin J. Walsh spent some time on the North End waterfront Wednesday night speaking to neighborhood residents at a fundraiser hosted by John and Catherine McDonnell. Many in the crowd spoke to the Mayor about their concerns with the proposed Lewis Wharf Hotel project. In his remarks, Walsh was noncommittal about the development other than saying Read More…

Event Notices

Mayor Walsh and Rep. Michlewitz to Host North End Senior Pride Day

Please join City of Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh and State Representative Aaron Michlewitz on Friday, September 18th for a night of appreciation for our Seniors and all they do for our neighborhood.  The event will begin at 4:00 pm at Christopher Columbus Plaza and will include music by Street Magic, BINGO with prizes, barbecue, raffles Read More…

Event Notices

Mayor’s Column: Together, Let’s Keep Moving Boston Forward

Mayor’s Column by Martin J. Walsh: On January 8, 2015, Boston was given the incredible opportunity to explore bidding for the 2024 Olympic summer games. It was a historic moment that sparked a months-long discussion about our city’s future. And from the very beginning, we were thinking about a future for Boston much beyond the 2024 Read More…