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Arts Ambassadors

Arts Ambassadors

Several Greenway staff and an army of our amazing arts ambassadors gather together under Janet Echelman’s As If It Were Already Here.

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Waterfront Residents Crowd Meeting to Fight Lewis Wharf Hotel

Waterfront Residents Crowd Meeting to Fight Lewis Wharf Hotel

Waterfront residents packed into the Pilot House for a standing-room only meeting with State Representative Aaron Michlewitz to express their concerns about the proposed Lewis Wharf Hotel plan filed earlier this month by JW Capital Partners. Several North End / Waterfront buildings were represented...

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Stabbing on Hanover Street

A male victim was stabbed, with a knife at Hanover and Prince Streets, after words were exchanged in traffic and a fight ensued. The suspects fled in their motor vehicle but were arrested on Commercial Street for assault and battery with a dangerous weapon...

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The More Things Change . . .

Larry DiCara remembers his first encounter with Mayor Kevin White. It was 1971. DiCara was newly elected to the Boston City Council. The mayor phoned. Would DiCara meet with...

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ABCD’s Grandparent Program Celebrates Half a Century of Service

The Regional Review recognizes the effects of Action for Boston Community Development (ABCD) on its half a century of caring through its Foster Grandparent Program and the hundreds of...

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Mayor/Council Take Action on Fuel Emission

The Regional Review applauds Mayor Martin J. Walsh and the Boston City Council, including North End Councilor Sal LaMattina, for putting together and passing an ordinance to protect air...

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Lanza Named North End Liaison

June 23, 2015
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Lanza Named North End Liaison

Lifelong North End resident Maria Lanza has been named by Mayor Martin J. Walsh as the community’s Neighborhood Services Liaison, replacing Nicole Leo who took another position at City...

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NEWRA Good Neighbor Award Presented to Salumeria Italiana

June 23, 2015
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NEWRA Good Neighbor Award Presented to Salumeria Italiana

Salumeria Italiana on Richmond Street has been presented the Good Neighbor Award by the North End/Waterfront Residents’ Association (NEWRA) for helping to keep the community clean by sweeping and...

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No New News on Commercial Street Accident

June 23, 2015
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No additional information has been provided for the major car accident that occurred on Commercial Street, at the bottom of Charter Street near the Steriti Memorial Skating Rink at...

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Opinion

June 23, 2015
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Neighborhood Walks produce positive results Neighborhood engagement walks with the Mayor’s Office of Neighborhood Services and other city departments turned out to be positive events, based on a report...

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World Labyrinth Day

World Labyrinth Day

All ages walked as one at the 2015 World Labyrinth Day on the Greenway

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Lewis Wharf Developer Launches New Plan

Lewis Wharf Developer Launches New Plan

Developer JW Capital Partners has filed a letter of intent for a new 300-room hotel project at Lewis Wharf on Boston’s North End waterfront. The proposal would include two...

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Grand Opening:Nick Varano’s New Rina’s Pizzeria & Cafe

Grand Opening:Nick Varano’s New Rina’s Pizzeria & Cafe

 It’s time to fire up the pizza oven for this week’s grand opening of Rina’s Pizzeria & Cafe. Located next to the original Strega North End, Rina’s is the...

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When We Get Behind Closed Doors

June 18, 2015
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Behind closed doors, the North End/Waterfront Association Neighborhood Council (NEWNC) elected its officers. Philip Frattaroli was reelected President, Ryan Kenny Vice President, John Pregmon Secretary and Marie Simboli Sergeant...

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Opinion

June 18, 2015
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NEWNC totally disregards abutters’ concerns The North End/Waterfront Neighborhood Council (NEWNC) was elected by residents to represent their interests and concerns, not their personal opinion on each issue that...

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Love in the Lab

Kerfuffle. Brouhaha, contretemps, a wrangle, rumpus, melee, a ruckus, a to-do. It is curious that some of the best words in the English language describe a commotion, a disturbance,...

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Head Start Celebrates 50 of Service

Head Start, a program of Action of Boston Community recently celebrated fifty years (1965-2015) of providing low-income children and their families on the path to success in school and...

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St. John School Celebrates 120 Years of Service

Saint John Parochial School in the North End has celebrated 120 years of quality teaching and neighborhood commitment. For well over a century St. John School has provided education...

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Columbus High School Graduates Celebrate 70th Anniversary

Columbus High School Graduates Celebrate 70th Anniversary

   The Christopher Columbus High School Class of 1957 sponsored a Commemorative Mass at St. Leonard Church in the North End on Sunday, May 31st. The Mass was followed...

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District A-1Boston Police Praised at Community Meeting

June 11, 2015
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District A-1Boston Police Praised at Community Meeting

District A-1 Boston Police Commanding Officer Ken Fong updated residents on the 77 Endicott Street home invasion where a white male from Somerville accidentally shot himself in the foot...

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NEMPAC Opera Project To Be Held at Two Venues

June 11, 2015
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North End Music and Performing Arts Center (NEMPAC) 2015 Opera Project will be held at two venues during the month of June. The performances allows NEMPAC to fund their...

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North End Neighborhood Engagement Walks Findings Released

June 11, 2015
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North End Neighborhood Engagement Walks Findings Released

A comprehensive report conducted by the City of Boston Neighborhood Service Department of the possible needs of every neighborhood has been released, including North End results. Neighborhood Engagement Walks...

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Briefs

Casino Traffic Flow/Tax Money Still Not Clearly Defined Plans to open a $1.7 billion Wynn Casino in Everett is still pending on the need for a state sign-off to...

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Opinion

June 11, 2015
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Boston 2024 Olympic Report will answer tax question Having the 2024 Summer Olympics with Boston as a host city without using taxpayer’s money is the real question on just...

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