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NEAA T-BALL

NEAA T-BALL

Shown are coaches and players of the 2016 North End Athletic association (NEAA) T-Ball League for 5 year old. About 40 kids participated. Each player was awarded medals on the final day of the season.

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Neighborhood Residents Join Mayor at Columbus Park for Coffee Hour

Neighborhood Residents Join Mayor at Columbus Park for Coffee Hour

By Phil Orlandella Christopher Columbus Park was crowded with North End/Waterfront residents for Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh’s annual coffee hour. The Mayor along with several city departments answered questions and listened to recommendations relating to community issues and needs. Families were presented with...

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Mayor Announces Archaeological Survey Held at Old North Church

Mayor Announces Archaeological Survey Held at Old North Church

Mayor Martin J. Walsh today launched an archaeological survey that will began within the Washington Garden at Boston’s Old North Church. The dig was led by the City of Boston’s Archaeology Program, and City Archaeologist Joseph Bagley. The survey is organized by the City...

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Cardinals Wear NEAA Baseball Crown

The regular season champs (9-2) became the playoff champs when the St Agrippina Cardinals swept through the playoffs to pick up the trophy. The Cardinals, as the #1 seed...

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FOCCP Schedules Many Summer Events at Columbus Park

By Phil Orlandella Friends of Christopher Columbus Park (FOCCP) have put together a summer movie in the park series and several other events for North End/Waterfront residents and visitors...

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Friends of Christopher Columbus Park Host Free Six-Week Restorative Yoga Series

The Friends of Christopher Columbus Park (FOCCP) will host six restorative yoga classes on Thursday evenings at 6:00 p.m. from July 7 through August 11.  The free classes are...

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Boston by Foot July Schedule of City Tours

Currently celebrating its 40th season, Boston By Foot  announced a schedule of special tours during the month of July, including four tours in conjunction with Harborfest. In addition to...

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DePasquale’s Bricco & Mare Restaurants Receive Boston’s Five Star Diamond Award

By Matt Conti The Five Star Diamond Award was presented on June 23rd to Frank DePasquale for excellence in hospitality at his Bricco and Mare restaurants in Boston’s North End. The award comes from...

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From Our Readers

A New Garbage Dump in the North End While it has been several months and more since I have put pen to paper I have seen some rather disturbing...

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Opinion

By Phil Orlandella Senator Boncore makes a wise choice Newly elected State Senator Joseph Boncore has named North End resident Luigi Natale to his staff as a neighborhood liaison....

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Greenway/Columbus Park The Place to Be

It’s always a treat to pass through the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway and the Christopher Columbus Park. The view of the harbor, plants, trees and grassy areas are beautiful...

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More Residents Need to Participate in North End Public Safety Meetings

Attendance at the monthly North End Public Safety meetings with Boston Police is dwindling. Possibly, the low attendance is due to the decrease in Part-One crimes in the community...

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Save the North End Nursing Home Still the Battle Cry

Led by State Representative Aaron Michlewitz, the campaign to stop residents from being relocated from the North End Nursing Home to other facilities continues to be in full bloom....

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Sports 07-05-2016

North/South End square off in Baseball Classic By Phil Orlandella In the spirit of baseball competition and friendship between two neighborhoods the North2South Baseball Classic was played for the...

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Hundreds Protest Partners Plan to Relocate North End Senior Home Residents

Hundreds Protest Partners Plan to Relocate North End Senior Home Residents

By Matt Conti The 140-bed North End Nursing Home and Rehabilitation Center owned by Partners Healthcare is planning to close in about a year, according to people familiar with...

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NEWRA Defers Salem Street Occupancy Change

NEWRA Defers Salem Street Occupancy Change

By Phil Orlandella A change of occupancy, an update on dog recreation space, and large projects in and adjacent to the North End were discussed at the latest North...

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NEWRA Presents Good Neighbor Award

NEWRA Presents Good Neighbor Award

By Phil Orlandella The most recent North End/Waterfront Residents’ Association (NEWRA) Good Neighbor Award was presented to North End Timothy Wenrich, Sexton of the Old North Church. NEWRA member...

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NEWNC Approves License Transfer to Hanover Street Business

By Phil Orlandella The North End/Waterfront Neighborhood Council (NEWNC) had a busy agenda  in addition to  hosting the public meeting of North End residents opposing the relocation of elderly...

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NEWNC Elects New Officers

By Phil Orlandella The North End/Waterfront Neighborhood Council (NEWNC) has elected its new officers for the advisory group to City Hall. NEWNC members are elected by residents to serve...

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Men’s Health Awareness Month

By Maria Stella Gulla In this month’s letter I would like to highlight the importance of men’s health, as June is Men’s Health Awareness month.  This is a special...

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NEWRA Opposes 88 North Washington Street Hotel

By Phil Orlandella The hotel will be built on a private parking lot bound by North Washington Street, Valenti Way and Beverly Street and will be 15 stories high...

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North End Resident Stephen Borelli Announces for Governor’s Council

Former Police Sergeant Stephen Borelli a life-long resident of the North End announced his candidacy for Governor’s Council for the 6th District. With over 30 years of experience as...

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Levend Bagelry Opens at the Boston Public Market

Levend Bagelry, a maker of organic hand shaped sourdough bagels, has opened at the Boston Public Market. The bakery will sell a variety of bagels, bagel sandwiches, and pizza bagels baked...

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June Happenings at the Boston Public Market

It’s the season of picnics, sunny beach days, and celebrating our graduates. Pack a picnic basket with fresh, new summer produce like berries and radishes, pop some locally-made bubbly, and start...

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