Monthly Archives: June 2010

If the oil spill was here

June 22, 2010
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New Englanders, and especially Bostonians, tend to believe that our way of life, our traditions, our geography, our coastline and natural beauty and the changing of the seasons combine to make living one’s life in this area better and more preferable to anywhere else in the nation. New Englanders watching the tragedy unfolding down...

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NEWRA Clean Streets Committee Talks Trash

June 22, 2010
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Once again the NEWRA Clean Streets Committee continues to attract many residents to its monthly meetings held in the Nazzaro Community Center. Several members had numerous questions regarding Code Enforcement activities in the area. Some resident said to a City official at the meeting that there has not been enough ticketing of trash violations...

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The World Cup

If you’re a real North End resident of the Italian kind, then you are tending to live or die by the exploits of the Italian team and its best player, Andrea Pirlo. It is not looking good so far for Italy this time around in the World Cup. The Italian team is playing their...

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Keep Bunker Hill Day

North End residents aware of our connection to the Revolutionary War should contact the state senators on Beacon Hill who want to do away with Bunker Hill Day as a Suffolk County holiday. Let State Senate President Therese Murray know where you stand. Call her office. The effort by the legislature to do away...

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Our web site

The North End has a new place to read the news and to respond to the opinions expressed in the Regional Review. Our web-site, www.northendregionalreview.com, is up and running. We urge you to visit the site and express yourselves.

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Obituaries 06-22-2010

Christine Caruso Of Somerville, formerly of the North End Christine A. Caruso of Somerville, formerly of the North End of Boston, died on June 14. A former angel of the Madonna del Soccorso Society, she was the cherished daughter of Sal "Sonny" Caruso of Somerville and the late Rita (Marino); loving sister of Roseanne...

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Christopher Columbus Park is Well Used

June 17, 2010
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Christopher Columbus Park is Well Used

One of the most popular and beautiful areas to go to any day of the week, is the Christopher Columbus Park on Atlantic Avenue in the North End. Visitors and local residents can always be found taking photos, viewing the harbor, sun bathing, jogging, relaxing, participating in park entertainment and activities or visiting the...

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His Best Foot Forward – Dr. Campo celebrates his 20th anniversary at North End Foot Center

His Best Foot Forward – Dr. Campo celebrates his 20th anniversary at North End Foot Center

By Cary Shuman Dr. Frank Campo is a great role model for young people everywhere. If you work hard each day and do well in school, you can attain your dream. After excelling as a student at Christopher Columbus High School in the North End and Northeastern University, Campo left the area to attend...

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NEWRA group discusses movie production

June 17, 2010
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Discussion on the return of the production crew for the movie "What’s Your Number?" to re-shoot a scene on Cooper Street was one of the agenda items for last week’s NEWRA monthly meeting held in the Nazzaro Community Center. Filming will take place on Saturday, June 19 from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. using...

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The contract is signed; now what will follow?

The signing of the Boston firefighters’ contract is not the beginning of the end. It is, as Sir Winston Churchill once said, the end of the beginning. Negotiating downward the 19% pay raise in order to assuage an angry public and a reticent but nervous Boston City Council, has galvanized the belief that every...

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