Monthly Archives: May 2011

Spazzare! Attracts Numerous Residents

Spazzare! Attracts Numerous Residents

-by Phil Orlandella The North End’s own neighborhood Street Cleaning Awareness Campaign Spazzare! kicked-off at the Paul Revere Mall (Prado) last weekend. The campaign is in part supported by North End/Waterfront Residents’ Association’s Clean Street Committee and the idea of the group’s chairperson General Dave Grant who took  the challenge head on. Grant thanked...

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Friends Raise $18,000 for St. Francis House

-by Phil Orlandella North End Friends of Saint Francis House have delivered $18,000 to help support their homeless shelter by conducting a Flea Market/Bake Sale and a generous donation by an anonymous donor. The event actually raised $8,257.37 but the donor rounded the figure to $9,000 and matched it with another $9,000. “The Friends...

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A Sunday to Remember

By all accounts, Sunday was a lovely spring day. A bit cool with a sea breeze all day – but a fabulous day to be alive and, it turns out, to be an American. Boston was resonant with colors bursting everywhere and gardens coming to life with the color green appearing extremely brilliant in...

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NEAA Majors Opening Day Draws a Large Crowd

-by Phil Orlandella A double-header was part of the North End Athletic Association’s 2011 Opening Day Baseball Program. This year’s season will be played in memory of Tony Iudiciani a life-long resident who passed away at the young age of 19. Representatives from the Iudiciani family tossed out the traditional first pitch. North Street...

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Obituaries 05-03-2011

Robert Colleameno Hair Stylist and North End community service volunteer Robert C. Colleameno of Boston’s North End died on April 26. He was 87 years old. A US Army veteran of World War II, he was a hairstylist at his own salon for more than 38 years. He was also committed to volunteer work...

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