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Get Ready for Duckling Day,Sunday May 8

Get Ready for Duckling Day,Sunday May 8

A photo of the participants of last year’s Duckling Day marching through the Boston Common.

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NEWRA Supports License Transfer and Occupancy Change

NEWRA Supports License Transfer and Occupancy Change

by Phil Orlandella Boston City Counselor Sal LaMattina was the guest speaker at the North End/Waterfront Residents’ Association monthly meeting held in the Nazzaro Community Center. Counselor LaMattina, who has served on the Boston City Council since 2006, provided updates on city affairs and...

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Burroughs Wharf and NEMPAC Board Member Honored

Burroughs Wharf and NEMPAC Board Member Honored

North End Music and Performing Arts Center (NEMPAC) Board member Andrea Waldstein was recently honored by Project Kesher (PK). The Burroughs Wharf resident is one of the earliest supporters an d founding PK Board member. She has recruited for and traveled on PK trips...

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Cooper Street Resident Receives NEWRA Good Neighbor Award

Cooper Street Resident Receives NEWRA Good Neighbor Award

by Phil Orlandella Lorraine Renda LaColla of Cooper Street was recently named recipient of the North End/Waterfront Residents’ Association (NEWRA) Good Neighbor Award for her efforts in helping to...

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NEWNC Supports 3 Agenda Requests

by Phil Orlandella Two occupancy changes and a transfer of an existing North End CV-7 Day malt and wine with cordials license were supported by the North End/Waterfront Neighborhood...

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Boncore Captures Senate Seat

By Phil Orlandella Showing strength across the First Suffolk and Middlesex District which includes the North End/Waterfront community, attorney Joseph Boncore was elected State Senator in the April 12...

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Mayor Walsh Set to begin Boston Shines

As part of an annual effort to beautify the streets of Boston in time for the spring season, Mayor Martin J. Walsh has asked for Boston residents’ to participate...

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North End Resident Crosses the Boston Marathon Finish Line

by Phil Orlandella Running in the Boston Marathon for the first time and finishing the international race that attracts thousands of participants is really something to brag about. While...

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Design Revealed for Eliot School Renovation

By Conor Finley The City of Boston Planning and Facilities Department hosted a meeting to cover the design concept and plans for the rebuild set to take place at...

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Boston Marathon Creates Millions in Revenue

By Phil Orlandella An estimated $188.8 million dollars was generated by the 120th Boston Marathon-related events throughout the Greater Boston region according to Greater Boston Convention and Visitors Bureau...

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NEAA Baseball Opening Day

By Ralph Martignetti Boys and girls ages 4-21 have broken out the gloves, bats and cleats and begun practicing as they eagerly await the NEAA Baseball Opening Day of...

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The Boston Foundation Funds Gun Violence Pilot Program

A new gun violence program, a multi-city pilot in New England to develop customized law enforcement-led projects to focus on preventing the flow and use of illegal guns through...

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Boston is Going Fiber

By Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh This week I announced something that will change Boston’s future: working closely with the City over the next six years, Verizon will rewire...

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We Need A Transportation Transformation

by Michelle Wu,                         Boston City Council President As a new mom, I think often about the world that my one-year-old son will grow up in. Twenty years from now,...

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Opinion

By Phil Orlandella Taste of the North End benefits many neighborhood programs Many of the neighborhood’s best restaurants will get together at the 23rd annual Taste of the North...

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Redevelopment Authority Mission Overhaul on Target

In response and feedback from the community over the past two-years Mayor Martin J Walsh has embarked on a mission to overhaul the organizational identity of the Boston Redevelopment...

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MBTA Completes Government Station Reconstruction on Time and Under Budget

The MBTA recently opened the new Government Center Station after two-years of reconstruction for a fully accessible, safer, modern and a more comfortable facility. Completed on time and under...

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Old North Church Secures Community Support for Garden Renovations

Old North Church Secures Community Support for Garden Renovations

By Phil Orlandella Old North Church’s Reverend Stephen Ryres has gained support from community groups and local elected officials for the church to reconfigure the Washington Garden and the...

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241st Lantern Ceremony at Old North Church Set for April 17

241st Lantern Ceremony at  Old North Church Set for April 17

On April 18, 1775, two lanterns were hung from the steeple of the Old North Church, launching what would become the American Revolutionary War. Signaling the departure of British...

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Voters Head to Polls on Tuesday, April 12

North End voters will head to the polls Tuesday, April 12 (today) for the First Suffolk and Middlesex District State Senate Special Election. Seven Democratic candidates, Joseph Boncore, a...

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Councillor LaMattina Files Street Performers Permitting Ordinance

By Phil Orlandella Currently, the City of Boston does not regulate or require permits for street performers, but that could change if the City Council passes an ordinance filed...

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Police Make Nine Arrests in North End

By Phil Orlandella During the month of March, District A-1 Boston Police made nine arrests relating to several crimes including larceny, robbery, breaking and entering, drugs, domestic violence, assault...

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Mayor’s Urban Renewal Proposal Supported by City Council

By Phil Orlandella A six-year extension for the Boston Redevelopment Authority (BRA) Urban Renewal plan proposed by Mayor Martin J. Walsh has been approved by the Boston City Council....

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Opinion

By Phil Orlandella   City’s small business plan a positive economic move The City of Boston’s first small business plan appears to be a solid guide towards supporting these...

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