Monthly Archives: April 2011

Residents Generally Support Plans for DeFilippo Playground

Residents Generally Support Plans for DeFilippo Playground

Future development of the DeFilippo playground on Prince Street was once again the topic of discussion at a community meeting coordinated by the City of Boston Parks and Recreation Department. About 30 residents turned out for the third meeting and presented their points of view on what should be done in the well used...

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Little League Opening Day in Memory of Tony Iudiciani

Little League Opening Day in Memory of Tony Iudiciani

by Phil Orlandella Tony Iudiciani who lost his life at a very early age will be remembered by the North End Athletic Association (NEAA) at Opening Day of the Major (Little League) Youth Baseball program scheduled for Saturday, April 30 at 1pm.   “Iudiciani who was tragically taken away from us 40 years ago...

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Warmer Weather

Now comes the real spring. Our neighborhood blooms like the flowers, attracting more and more visitors each day as the summer months heavy tourism begins to rise. Not much has been done to compensate for the huge crush of visitors and traffic about to descend on the North End, and especially on Hanover Street....

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Senator Petruccelli’s Gambit

Senator Anthony Petruccelli, who represents the North End, has recently submitted legislation for an expanded gambling bill which would allow for 3 casinos and 1 racino – everything granted by on merit bidding and approved by a racing commission to be formed. It is the type of bill the governor will sign. Senator Petruccelli...

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Little League Opening Day in Memory of Tony Iudiciani

-by Phil Orlandella Tony Iudiciani who lost his life at a very early age will be remembered by the North End Athletic Association (NEAA) at Opening Day of the Major (Little League) Youth Baseball program scheduled for Saturday, April 30 at 1pm. “Iudiciani who was tragically taken away from us 40 years ago was...

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Obituaries 04-12-2011

Patrick DeSimone Of Revere, formerly of the North End Patrick M. DeSimone of Revere, formerly of Boston’s North End, died on April 3. A former employee of the Revere DPW, he was also a former member of Orioles Nest 123. He was the beloved son of the late Pasquale “Patsy” and Carmella (Zaccaria) DeSimone;...

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North End Head Start: A Unique Learning Place for Children

North End Head Start: A Unique Learning Place for Children

Special to the Regional Review Action For Boston Community Development (ABCD) Head Start and Children’s Services is an award winning early childhood and education program.  It is the largest childhood provider in Boston, and is among the top three early childhood providers in the State.  It has been established as national experts in the...

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Local Elected Officials Support North End Head Start

by Phil Orlandella Senator Anthony Petruccelli and Representative Aaron Michlewitz took time out from their busy schedules to participate in a reading program with the children at ABCD’s North End Head Start Program on Moon Street. Both elected officials have supported the local Head Start Program throughout the years and are currently attempting to...

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Representative Michlewitz Reachable on New Website

by Phil Orlandella In order to keep the Third Suffolk District informed on news and events involving himself, future volunteer and campaign activities State Rep. Aaron Michlewitz has launched a new updated website, www.aaronforrep.com. “Interaction with constituents on a more active and in-depth level is my goal,” Michlewitz said. “Although personal interactions will always...

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Boston Shines schedules North End Clean-Up

-by Phil Orlandella Boston Shines along with Mayor Thomas M. Menino will conduct a major North End neighborhood clean-up, its ninth annual event to keep communities clear of debris and other objects. The Mayor is encouraging North End residents to participate and bring out friends, family members, neighbors and colleagues for some old fashion...

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