Monthly Archives: October 2012

District A-1 Reports Crime Statistics

October 16, 2012
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Crime is apparently down in the North End over the past year according to District A-1 Boston Police report that clearly lists a drop from 189 to 160 reported crimes. During the month of September 2012, there was a substantial decline in larceny from motor vehicles from 20 to 4. Auto theft was also...

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Physician Prescribed and Assisted Suicide

October 16, 2012
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North End residents voting on November 6 will have the option to vote for or against a ballot measure regarding physician prescribed and assisted suicide. It is, obviously, an important ballot question as it goes to the core of how we view life and what we are prepared to do to stop unnecessary suffering...

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Eliot School 300th Anniversary Kick-off Celebration

October 16, 2012
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A kick-off celebration for the Eliot School’s 300th Anniversary will be held in the Prado, Charter Street and in the school yard on Saturday, October 20 from 2 to 5pm (rain date Sunday, October 21). Hosted by the Eliot Family Council, the free event will include games, food, bake sale, crafts, raffle and a...

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Eliot School 300th a Reason to Celebrate

The Eliot School is the oldest public elementary school in the United States – and it is among the best with a strong commitment by many hundreds of parents of North Enders who have attended the school over the years or who are attending right now and who will attend in the years to...

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The Patriots

We are watching the undoing of the Patriots this year. With each loss comes the disbelief that this is happening as the Pats are not supposed to lose. Yet, despite the losses this year, they are tied with the Jets and playing the Jets next weekend for first place! In the end, it is...

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Obituaries 10-16-2012

Grace DeInnocentis Of Malden, formerly of the North End Grace C. (Damiano) (Savini) DeInnocentis of Malden, formerly a long-time resident of the North End, died on October 9. She was the devoted wife of the late Gaetano “Guy” Savini and Angelo DeInnocentis; mother of Sandra Robson of Revere, Stephanie Savini of Malden, and the...

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Blessing of the Animals

Blessing of the Animals

Two North End girls brought their pet gold fish to the Blessing of the Animals.

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Copps Hill Burial Ground Restoration

October 9, 2012
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Copps Hill Burial Ground Restoration

An update on the restoration of Copps Hill Burial Ground, that is flanked by three North End streets and a housing development, was presented at last week’s North End/Waterfront Residents’ Association Parks and Open Spaces Committee monthly meeting held at the Nazzaro Community Center. Kelly J. Thomas of the Historic Burial Grounds Initiative Design...

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Residents Express Concerns Regarding Community Disturbances

October 9, 2012
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Residents Express Concerns Regarding Community Disturbances

The September monthly North End Public Safety meeting with District A-1 Boston Police was cancelled due the primary election, the Nazzaro Community Center was the polling site. The cancellation left a sixty day gap in the reporting of crime statistics and an opportunity for residents to express their opinions, make suggestions and pick-up first...

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Trade School Relocation Moving Forward

October 9, 2012
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It appears that in eleven months or so, North Bennet Street School will have all the paperwork signed and its design prepared and should be able to move into its new place of business on North Street. The longtime North End Trade School, once it is said and done, will move into the old...

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