Monthly Archives: September 2012

Hennigan Victorious over Dello Russo

September 11, 2012
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The North End’s Robert Dello Russo did well locally but overall didn’t score as well as hoped and ended up losing the political race for the Criminal Clerk of the Suffolk Superior Court to incumbent Maura Hennigan. Dello Russo was again attempting to unseat Hennigan, The Jamaica Plain Democrat got 63 percent of the...

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Campatelli upsets LaMattina for Register of Probate

September 11, 2012
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North End City Councillor Sal LaMattina lost a very close race to East Boston’s Patty Campatelli last Thursday. When all the ballots were counted, LaMattina’s supporters were stunned by the results, which showed Campatelli winning by a more than 500 vote margin out of a near 30,000 votes that were cast. LaMattina received 879...

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Commercial trash pick-up bill foiled

September 11, 2012
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An ordinance, filed in the Boston City Council several months ago that would give the City of Boston the authority to regulate the times that commercial trash can be picked up in the City, is in limbo and appears it will not find its way out of the Council’s Government Committee. The home rule...

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Waterfront Neighborhood Association’s Summer Party

Waterfront Neighborhood Association’s Summer Party

The North End/Waterfront Neighborhood Association’s Summer Party was held last week at the Pilot House. Pictured at the event are, NEWRA ZLC Co-Chair and Past President Victor Brogna, State Senator Anthony Petruccelli, Dorothy Keville, Sue Beneviste, NEWRA Sergeant-at-Arms James Salini, State Rep. Aaron Michlewitz and City Councilor Felix Arroyo.

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Sweet Reveals Freedom Trail Cupcake to Benefit the Freedom Trail Foundation

Sweet Reveals Freedom Trail Cupcake to Benefit the Freedom Trail Foundation

Boston’s upcoming Charter Day, which marks Boston’s 382nd birthday, will also serve as the launch date for Sweet’s first ever Freedom Trail cupcake! Boston’s premier cupcake shop, Sweet, and the Freedom Trail Foundation have partnered to create a custom designed edible topper that can be a decorative add-on to a variety of freshly baked...

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LaMattina Versus Campatelli for Suffolk County Register of Probate

North End residents going to the polls next Thursday have two options when voting for Suffolk County Register of Probate. City Councillor Sal LaMattina is one possible choice. Patricia Campatelli is the other. The Register position race is one of Suffolk County’s best kept secrets. The expectation when all is said and done is...

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Noise Ordinance Public Hearing to Be Set

It appears that the Boston City Council Government Committee is planning to hold a public hearing in late September or early October regarding the public nuisance ordinance filed by Councilor Sal LaMattina at the request of his North End/Waterfront constituents. The bill targets loud noise parties and late night/early morning disturbances stemming from people...

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Clerk of Courts Race Draws Interest in Hennigan/Dello Russo

Voters in the North End participating in the September 6 primary have two choices in the contest for the position of Criminal Clerk of the Suffolk County Superior Court. Two Democrats are running for the post, present clerk Maura Hennigan and former Assistant Clerk Magistrate of the Superior Court Robert Dello Russo. This is...

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The Labor Day Weekend

The symbolic end of summer – the Labor Day weekend -  has come and gone, again. The holiday has its origins in the 1880’s and was intended at first to celebrate the contributions and achievements of American workers. Celebrating the achievements of American workers is a bit dated these days – and what’s more...

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Obituaries 09-04-2012

Sandra DeLuca North End Resident Sandra C. DeLuca of the North End of Boston died on August 27. She was the beloved daughter of the late Nick and Viola (Luisi) DeLuca and loving sister of Anthony N. DeLuca of the North End of Boston. Her Funeral Mass was celebrated at St. Leonard’s Church, Boston...

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