Health & Environment Real Estate

Problem Property Task Force Sends Move-In Letter to Landlords

In preparation for the September 1st rental apartment turnover, the following letter from the Problem Properties Task Force was sent to all landlords in the North End and Beacon Hill. Mailing costs were paid by Suffolk University. The City offers Ten Moving Tips for new students living in Boston. We would also take this opportunity Read More…

Community Health & Environment Photos & Videos

Large Turnout for the 2012 North End Boston Shines Neighborhood Cleanup (Photos)

Saturday, April 28th was the annual Boston Shines citywide neighborhood cleanup. In the North End, residents joined together at the Prado with staff from City Hall and the Boston Redevelopment Authority, including BRA Chief Peter Meade. Representatives from City Councilor Sal LaMattina’s office also took part, along with State Rep. Aaron Michlewitz and a large Read More…

Police & Fire Schools

Suffolk Journal Covers North End Noise Complaints

  Jenn Orr and Gianna Carchia, journalism students at Suffolk University, published a front page story on the loud noise issue in the Suffolk Journal. It’s Friday night in the North End, and somewhere amidst this charming landscape of brick buildings, a party is getting busted. In clown car fashion, people shuffle out of a Read More…

Police & Fire

Residents Vent Late-Night Concerns at Public Safety Meeting

With record high attendance, Thursday’s October 1st NEWNC Public Safety meeting became a forum for residents to discuss the late night noise issues raised in the recent Boston Globe article, “A Culture Clash in the North End.” It also brought out an all-star cast from various leaders and participants in our neighborhood life. Residents can Read More…