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Halloween Parade

Halloween Parade

The Madonna Della Cava Society hosted North End families at its 66th Annual Outdoor Halloween Party on Saturday, October 28, 2017.

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Back to Back North End Halloween Parties Today

By Phil Orlandella If residents can time it correctly, they can take in two exciting Halloween events in the North End back to back, tonight, Tuesday, October 31. The Recovery Outreach Community (ROC) Teen Saturday program will host its 12th annual Haunted Halloween Carnival,...

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Mayor Walsh Wooing Amazon to Locate New Headquarters in Boston

By Phil Orlandella One of the sites that Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh and Revere Mayor Brian Arrigo are wooing Amazon to move their second corporate headquarters is to Suffolk Downs in East Boston and Revere, the same site that got shot down for...

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Paul Revere Mall (Prado) Project Riding Forward

By Phil Orlandella Members of the project team that have been assigned to the Paul Revere Mall (Prado) improvement project held their second and last community meeting before the...

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Suffolk University Student Captures National Italian American Foundation Photography Award

Suffolk University student Nicole Cacchiotti’s eagle eye for expressions of love led to her being chosen the grand prize winner of the fifth annual National Italian American Foundation photography...

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Greenway Conservancy Receives $1.4 Million Gift from the Lynch Foundation to Fund North End Gardens and Park Improvements

The Rose Kennedy Greenway Conservancy today announced a $1.4 million grant from The Lynch Foundation. In recognition of this support, a completely renovated garden space will honor Carolyn Lynch,...

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Boston Harbor Now/Arbella Insurance Host Free Military Cruise

By Phil Orlandella Boston Harbor Now, a non-profit partner of the Boston Harbor Islands National and State Park has once again coordinated their efforts to sponsor a Military Historic...

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Wharf District Council Hosts “A Conversation with Mayor Marty Walsh”

The Wharf District Council hosted Mayor Marty Walsh at their annual meeting held at the New England Aquarium.         The Wharf District Council (WDC) is a 501(C)4...

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$4.5 Million Renovation Project Planned for NE Recreational Area along Commercial Street

By Phil Orlandella Boston Parks and Recreation Department held the first of several meetings last week at the Nazzaro Community Center to solicit suggestions for a $4.5 million renovation...

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A Hard Day’s Knights

By Carl Ameno  Chess, the only board game that depends solely on skill and virtually no luck, has been in existence almost since civilization began. Having been around for...

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What’s Inside the Tomb?Old North Opens Crypt Vault After 105 Years

On Tuesday morning, October 24, Boston City Archeologist Joe Bagley and Funerary Archeologist Jane Rousseau examined one of the 37 tombs in the Old North Church Crypt. In preparation...

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Candidates Head Into the Final Stretch

By John Lynds With the municipal election set for next Tuesday, Nov. 7 candidates for District 1 City Council and Mayor of Boston are making final preperations for what...

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Nazzaro Center to Hold Bingo Benefit

A worthwhile bingo benefit has been organized by the Nazzaro Community Center, 30 North Bennet Street, to support the Hurricane Relief Fund. The special Bingo will feature many prizes...

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NEMPAC and Rep Michlewitz Award Four North End Youths the Geraldine Marshall Music Scholarship

The North End Music and Performing Arts Center (NEMPAC) congratulates the four recipients of this year’s Geraldine Marshall Music Scholarship! Due to the overwhelming support from the community and...

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In Brief

By Phil Orlandella City Releases RFP for Disparity Study A Request for Proposal (RFP) has been released by the City of Boston to provide technical and administrative support for...

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Passacantilli: On Tuesday, I Humbly Ask for Your Vote

Election Day is one week away.  These past seven months have been exciting, exhausting, and inspiring.  I grew up in the North End on Hanover Street, and to this...

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Opinion

By Phil Orlandella North End Girls reunion a smash The annual Girl Friends of the North End Reunion was a great night out for current and former North Enders....

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Be Sure to Vote Tuesday

Tuesday, November 7, marks municipal election day in cities and towns across Massachusetts. Although the turmoil and generally crazy state of affairs on the national level has distracted all...

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Let’s Do Everything Possible to Attract Amazon to Boston

Hopefully, Boston puts the metal to the pedal in its quest to attract Amazon to move its second headquarters to one of the areas the Mayor has pointed out...

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Sports 10-31-2017

Black Dog Realty Group sponsors NEAA soccer program By Phil Orlandella For the second consecutive year, Dhiren Thakker of the Black Dog Group, has generously donated $1,000 to sponsor...

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North End Columbus Day Parade

North End Columbus Day Parade

The bi-annual North End Columbus Day Parade was held Sunday October 8th, beginning at City Hall Plaza and making its way through downtown Boston, the waterfront and into the...

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Major North Square Repairs Announced by Mayor Walsh

By Phil Orlandella A short time after the city completed renovations in Rachel Revere Park in the historic North Square area of the North End, Boston Mayor Martin J....

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NEWNC Unofficially Supports Four Agenda Items

By Phil Orlandella While the North End/Waterfront Neighborhood Council (NEWNC) failed to generate a quorum, they unofficially supported four agenda items. Apparently, they will conduct another meeting or contact...

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Protesters March to Columbus Park

By Phil Orlandella Calling for the end of Columbus Day commemorations, dozens of protesters marched from Park Street to the North End ending their march at Christopher Columbus Park...

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