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Boston Strong Hockey

Boston Strong Hockey

Former Bruin Ken Linesman backs into Boston Strong goalie Adam Comeau during a charity game at Steriti Rink on Saturday, March 11. The Bruins Alumni presented a $20,000 check to benefit Childrens’ Hospital and the North End Athletic Association.

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NEWRA Votes Not to Support 173 Endicott Street Proposal

NEWRA Votes Not to Support 173 Endicott Street Proposal

By Phil Orlandella Despite making significant change to the proposed development at 173 Endicott Street based on abutters suggestions, Urban Core Development did not receive support from members of the North End/Waterfront Neighborhood Council (NEWRA) at the March 9 monthly public meeting that was...

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BPDA Board Approves Municipal Harbor Plan

By Phil Orlandella Boston Planning and Development Agency (BPDA) Board of Directors has approved the Downtown Waterfront District Municipal Harbor Plan (MHP) which they claim will enhance public access and use of the waterfront. Many local residents and neighborhood organizations have expressed concerns about...

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North End Resident to Run the Boston Marathon in Special Celebration of Women:Alongside Iconic Athlete Kathrine Switzer

North End Resident to Run the Boston Marathon in Special Celebration of Women:Alongside Iconic Athlete Kathrine Switzer

Katie Harty, 29, a Prince St. resident, will be lacing up her sneakers on April 17, 2017 for the run of her life. Harty, as well as 100 other...

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Tales from Digging at the Old North Crypt

By Matt Conti It is a real-life “Tales from the Crypt” as a new archeological dig is ongoing underneath Old North Church surrounding its colonial era tombs. Boston archeologist...

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Public Safety Report:Bank and Two Pedestrian Robberies, Letter Opener Assault

By David Marx Boston Police District A-1 provided an update on recent neighborhood crime incidents, summarized below, at the March 2017 North End Public Safety Meeting. The figures below...

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Go Boston 2030 Aims to Transform the Way People Move Around Boston

By Beth Treffeisen There is no question that Boston is booming with both increased development and with an influx of residents. Between the years 2000 and 2010, Boston’s population...

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NEAD Scholarship Program for 2017-2018

North End Against Drugs (NEAD) announced the 2017-2018 Raymond & Michelina Costa Scholarship Program for North End residents in both public and private (Tuition based) schools. The deadline to...

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BCC News and Notes

Boston Community Collaborative’s upcoming happenings and events Ongoing: Weekly Drama, Dance, Fitness and Engineering for Kids classes for SJS students during the SJS afterschool program. Weekly Dance classes for...

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R.U.F.F. News and Notes

Winter is still upon us so please be sure to be responsible with cleaning up and properly disposing of dog waste. It is super cold and the weather is...

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West End Museum News

National Poetry Month   Film Series – Wednesdays at 3 pm. Join us for our April  Film Series celebrating poets and poetry.  Sponsored by the Friends of the West End...

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Paul Revere Mall Improvement Meeting

By Phil Orlandella The Boston Parks and Recreation Department and the Mayor’s Office of Neighborhood Services will hold the first in a series of meetings to discuss upcoming improvements...

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North End Spring Cleaning Scheduled for April

By Phil Orlandella North End spring cleaning scheduled for April Love Your Block (formally Boston Shines) a high impacted spring cleaning program in Boston that encourages residents to improve...

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Hanover,Cross and Salem Streets Article 85 Demolition Delay Application Discussed

By Phil Orlandella Only twelve North End residents turned out for a community meeting calling for Charter Realty and Development to discuss an Article 85 Demolition Delay application to...

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Neighborhood PACE Helps Older Adults Stay Independent

Theresa grew up in the North End during the Great Depression. She one was of eight children. Her mother was an avid reader and worked as a bookkeeper, despite...

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Opinion

By Phil Orlandella   Boston Barber Company celebrate its 10th anniversary Boston Barber and Tattoo Company, a popular business located on Salem Street recently celebrated its 10th anniversary of...

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Maneuvering Fire Equipment Through North End Streets Can be Difficult

North End streets pose some problems with fire apparatus to maneuver, not only because of weather, cars jumping sidewalks on one lane streets, double parking on main streets and...

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Veterans Should Not Be Ignored for Any Reason

Veterans Assisting Veterans, an advocacy group, have slammed Massachusetts Democrats on National TV for supporting illegal immigrants while veterans are still in dire need of critical services. An open...

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Frank DePasquale Honored

Frank DePasquale Honored

On February 27, 2017, the Massachusetts Restaurant Association held its annual Awards Dinner celebrating five leaders in the industry, including Frank DePasquale of DePasquale Ventures as Restauranteur of the...

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Greenway May Lose 40 Percent of State Funding

Greenway May Lose 40 Percent of State Funding

The Rose Kennedy Greenway Conservancy is in danger of losing a substantial portion of its state funding but officials are meeting with the hope of maintaining the current funding...

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A Celebration in Style:Robert Dello Russo Marks His 10th Anniversary at Boston Barber & Tattoo

A Celebration in Style:Robert Dello Russo Marks His 10th Anniversary at Boston Barber & Tattoo

By Cary Shuman Robert Dello Russo is the owner, operator, and master barber at Boston Barber & Tattoo Co. at 113 Salem St. in the North End. He is...

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Greenway Celebrates 8th Successful Year

By Phil Orlandella On February 23, 2009, the Greenway Conservancy began maintaining and programming. The well-used and very popular open space celebrated its eighth anniversary with staff, friends and...

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North End Eateries Participating in Dine Out Boston

By Phil Orlandella A total of nineteen eateries from the North End, Waterfront and Beacon Hill are participating in this year’s Dine Out Boston sponsored by the Greater Boston...

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North End Demolition Community Meeting

A community meeting will be held tonight, March 7 at 7 PM in the Nazzaro Community Center as part of an Article 85 Demolition Delay application to demolish the...

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