Monthly Archives: October 2013

Turn the Sadistic Animal Abuser in

Anyone with information on the culprit that viciously abused the dog called “Puppy Doe” should ,pick-up the phone immediately and turn in the person(s) that conducted the totally uncalled for cowardly abuse that resulted in the canine being euthanized. The Quincy related incident of dog torture has thousands of people upset and rightly so,...

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Fill the Boot Stolen

Stealing the North End Fire Station Boot, with money in it for the Muscular Dystrophy Fund, is outrageous and hopefully the culprit is apprehended. The Regional Review would love to publish the person(s) name so the neighborhood knows who this idiot is. While some teen from the Nazzaro Community Center and an anonymous donor...

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NEWRA Elects Officers

Congratulations to the newly elected officers of the North End/Waterfront Residents’ Association (NEWRA). It’s important that residents step to the plate as leadership on the community volunteer organization that works for the betterment and preservation of the neighborhood. Being in a position to make decisions that directly impact the neighborhood is not an easy...

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Bike Markings Will Follow Salem Street Repaving

October 11, 2013
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Once the repaving of Salem Street, from Cross to Charter Streets is completed, the City of Boston will be installing bike pavement markers on the entire street. The repaving process will apparently begin the week of October 15 and a completion date has not been confirmed. Shared lane markings are pavement markings that designate...

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Connolly/LaMattina Chamber Speakers

October 11, 2013
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Connolly/LaMattina Chamber Speakers

Mayoral candidate John Connolly and Boston City Councilor Sal LaMattina were guest speakers at last week’s North End Chamber of Commerce (NECC) monthly meeting. Saint Leonard’s Hall on Prince Street was filled to capacity with North End residents and members of the business community to listen to the guest speakers and Chamber business. Connolly...

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Mangia Mangia Supports Neighborhood Endeavors

October 11, 2013
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Mangia Mangia Supports Neighborhood Endeavors

One of the oldest North End eateries is not located on Hanover Street or Salem Street it’s on Endicott Street. For almost 27 years, (this December) Mangia Mangia has been serving breakfast and lunch to local residents and other customers from 6am-3:30pm. Mangia Mangia, 147 Endicott Street is still being patronized by many local...

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North End Crime Rates Still down

October 11, 2013
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The first order of business at last week’s Boston Police Public Safety meeting was the announcement that District A-1 Commanding Officer Thomas Lee has left the Boston force to take the Chief of Police position in Portsmouth, Rhode Island. Residents commended Captain Lee for the outstanding job he did as the top cop in...

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The Columbus Day Parade Is on Sunday

The North End Columbus Day Celebration Parade  will begin at 1 PM on Sunday  at Boston City Hall and make its way through downtown Boston on its way to the North End. Held in the North End every other year, the parade includes several marching bands, antique vehicles, military personnel, Boston Police and Fire...

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Our Opinions

Voter Turnout Was Horrendous There were winners and losers in the City of Boston Primary Elections, however the turnout of registered voters was horrendous, especially with the large number of candidates running for political office. A mayoral, At-Large and District City Council seats were up for grabs, yet the turnout was dismal. For some...

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Downtown View: The Challenges of Housing

Mayor Menino has set a goal of building 30,000 more units of housing by 2020, even though he won’t be mayor for most of that time. Governor Patrick set a goal last year of building 10,000 new units of multi-family housing during the same time period. So Suffolk University’s Sawyer Business School and the...

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