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Investor Units Eliminated in Mayor’s New Guidelines for Short-Term Rentals (Airbnb)

After receiving harsh criticism at the Boston City Council and from neighborhood activists of the “investor unit category” in his proposed regulation of short-term rentals, Mayor Walsh filed an amended ordinance on Wednesday that would completely ban AirBnb rentals in non-owner occupied buildings. Allowance is provided for owners living in a multi-unit building for short-term rentals, up to 120 Read More…

Daily Briefs

Wednesday’s Brief: Mike the Bubbleman, Airbnb Targets City Councilor, Post Marathon Eats

Things to know for Wednesday Today is Wednesday, April 18 and 243 years ago today, the famous signal lanterns were hung in Old North Church, signifying the British invasion. It wasn’t until Henry W. Longfellow published “Paul Revere’s Ride” in 1860 that people started paying attention to who actually hung those lanterns, read more on Read More…

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Tuesday’s Brief: Film Screening, Community Meetings, Celebrity Sightings, Concerns About Short Term Housing Regs

Things to know for Tuesday It’s Tuesday, January 23rd and while the rest of us are already back into the swing of the work week, our government employee friends are just starting to play catch up. That’s right, after three long days the federal government shutdown is officially over….or so we thought. Here is everything Read More…

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Ward 3 Democrats Candidates Night for Mayor and At-Large City Council; Committee Endorses Incumbents

The Ward 3 Democratic Committee held a candidates night in Boston’s North End on October 25th, inviting those running for Boston Mayor and City Council At-Large to speak to constituents and answer questions from residents. After the candidate presentations members of the Ward committee held a vote, endorsing incumbent Martin J. Walsh for Mayor in the Read More…

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Thursday’s Brief: NEWRA Meeting, Inktober, Best Pizza in America

Things to know for Thursday Events for Thursday, October 12: 5:30pm City Council President Michelle Wu Meet & Greet at Crudo. Join the North End Friends of Michelle along with State Rep. Aaron Michlewitz, State Sen. Joe Boncore and City Councilor Sal LaMattina for a Neighborhood Meet & Greet with City Council President Michelle Wu on Read More…

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City Council President Michelle Wu Meet & Greet in North End on Thursday, October 12

*Sponsored Post* Please join with the North End Friends of Michelle, including State Rep. Aaron Michlewitz, State Sen. Joe Boncore and City Councilor Sal LaMattina in a Neighborhood Meet & Greet with City Council President Michelle Wu on Thursday, October 12, 2017, 5:30pm-7:30pm at Crudo, 78 Salem Street. To RSVP and with questions, email Robert@MichelleForBoston.com. Read More…

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Wednesday’s Brief: North Square Groundbreaking, Bike Share Workshop, New Restaurants, Boston Ladder

Things to know for Wednesday Events for Wednesday, October 11: 10:30am Groundbreaking on North Square Reconstruction. Join Mayor Martin J. Walsh, the Boston Public Works Department, The Boston Arts Commission, elected officials and other guests for the groundbreaking ceremony of the North Square Reconstruction project. View more. 3:00pm Italian Heritage Month Movie at West End Read More…

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Tuesday’s Brief: Columbus Debate, North Square Groundbreaking, NEWNC / FOCCP Meetings

Things to know for Tuesday Events for Tuesday, October 10th: 5:30pm Reducing & Managing Stress: Walking the Labyrinth at Armenian Heritage Park. Learn new ways to reduce and manage stress, and enhance productivity and a unified work culture, while building community. 6:30pm FOCCP Meeting. The Friends of Christopher Columbus Park will be holding a meeting Read More…