Monthly Archives: November 2011

Household Trash/Dirty Streets Topic at Community Meeting

November 22, 2011
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Household Trash/Dirty Streets Topic at Community Meeting

It was one of the largest crowds ever to attend a NEWRA Clean Street Committee monthly meeting at the Nazzaro Community Center. The main topics centered around household trash removal and dirty streets. Boston City Councilor Sal LaMattina attended the neighborhood meeting presenting an item involving a one colored City of Boston trash bag...

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City Hosts Tree Lighting at Prado

November 22, 2011
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Join Boston Mayor Thomas Menino for the 2011 Christmas Trolley Tour and Tree Lighting on Sunday, December 4 at 2:15pm in the Paul Revere Mall (Prado) on Hanover Street across from St. Stephen Church. There will be an appearance by Santa Claus and his Reindeer, Snowmen, Gingerbread men and a host of other holiday...

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No Supermarket on Parcel 2A, B and C

November 22, 2011
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Construction has started on the second of four development parcels in the Bulfinch Triangle between Haymarket Station and North Station. The development reportedly will include retail on the first floor with apartments on several floors above. The first development project “Avenir” adjacent to Canal and Causeway Streets, along with portions of the MBTA’s North...

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Supporting Ricky

Supporting Ricky

Members of the Nazzaro Community Center Youth Program are shown dropping off 100 pounds of food and items and many letters which were sent to local North End soldier Ricky Scimeca who is currently serving his country in Afghanistan. “We’re all Proud of you Ricky” was the message

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Thanksgiving 2011

The Thanksgiving holiday is upon us and we begin to wonder – where has the year gone and my, isn’t it flying by? What has it brought us and do we have anything to give thanks for? For those of you reading this, you should be grateful for having been given another year of...

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Obituaries 11-22-2011

John Tomasino Of Revere, formerly of the North End John M. Tomasino of Revere, formerly of Boston’s North End, died on November 13. A US Army veteran of the Korean War, he was the beloved husband of Rose Marie Marie (Terrazano) Tomasino with whom he shared 63 years of marriage; loving father of John...

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BRA Denies Community Group’s IAG Nominee

November 22, 2011
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So far after several attempts to nominate a person to represent them on the Impact Advisory Group (IAG), the North End/Waterfront Residents’ Association has failed to do so because the Boston Redevelopment Authority has refused to accept the community group’s nominee for reasons of potential conflict of interest. Reportedly, the NEWRA nominees suggested to...

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North End/South End Soccer Event

North End/South End Soccer Event

On Sunday November 6th over 65 children ages 6 to 10 years old from both the NEAA and South End soccer programs got to gether to play 3 fun game sof soccer at Langone Park.  In an effort to get both of these great, growing programs together on the field, John Romano & Caroline...

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Take-out/Beer and Wine Licenses Supported by NEWRA

November 15, 2011
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Take-out/Beer and Wine Licenses Supported by NEWRA

Pouring rain didn’t stop numerous residents and others from turning out for the North End/Waterfront Residents’ Association (NEWRA) November monthly meeting at the Nazzaro Community Center. While there was a lot of discussion on local issues including committee reports, the Association voted to support two agenda items. By a vote of 22-1 the members...

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North End Beautification Committee Formed

November 15, 2011
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North End Beautification Committee Formed

Hoping to decorate the neighborhood throughout the holiday season, the newly formed North End Beautification Committee is currently soliciting funding and volunteers to join in a mission to preserve and enhance the aesthetic integrity of the historic neighborhood. “We hope to enrich the community through creative and innovative beautification enhancements,” Stephen Passacantilli, a committee...

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