Monthly Archives: January 2014

Stephen’s Run Presents Donation to NE Center for Homeless Veterans

Stephen’s Run Presents Donation to NE Center for Homeless Veterans

Organizers from the first Stephen’s Run 5K Road Race presented a $5,000 donation check on Tuesday to the New England Center for Homeless Veterans. Accepting the check was NECHV President and CEO Andrew McCawley with Boston Commissioner of Veterans Services, Francisco Urena. Representing Stephen’s Run was State Representative Aaron Michlewitz, Matthew Imbergamo, Sandra Harcourt...

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Flaherty Hires North End Liaison

January 31, 2014
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Flaherty Hires North End Liaison

North End resident Maria Lanza has been hired by Boston City Councillor Michael Flaherty as a Community and Constituent Service Liaison. “I am excited to have a North End resident as part of my staff,” Councillor Flaherty said. “Maria’s work ethic and passion for helping people particularly her neighbors in the North End is...

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ROC Teen Saturday Supports NEAD

January 31, 2014
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ROC Teen Saturday Supports NEAD

At the last North End Against Drugs meeting, members were pleased to receive $5000 in donations from Steven Virgilio of ROC Teen Saturday. One of the donations ($3000) will be used for NEAD programs and events. The other ($2000) will be used for NEAD’s scholarship funds for local students.

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North End Brothers Receive NEWRA Award

January 31, 2014
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The North End/Waterfront Neighborhood Council’s January Good Neighbor Award was presented to two North End brothers, Bennett and Richard Molinari for their nine years of volunteer service making sure the street and sidewalk surrounding Sacred Heart Church is properly cleaned on a regular basis. “Bennett and Richard are totally deserving of this award for...

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Eliot School Spirit Skating Party at Steriti Rink

January 31, 2014
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An Eliot School Spirit Skating Party will be held at the DCR Steriti Memorial Rink, 561 Commercial Street on Saturday, February 1 from 2-4pm. Show school pride by attending and wearing your Eliot gear while gathering with family and friends for this free fun filled afternoon on the ice. This is a great opportunity...

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Major Developments Will Generate Traffic Problems

The Expressway (The Green Monster) was once a barrier separating the North End from numerous other Boston neighborhoods. While The Green Monster has met its doom, other barriers will eventually once again separate the North End from other parts of the city. Housing developments are already popping up adjacent to the neighborhood and there...

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NEWRA Good Neighbor Award Encourages a Cleaner Community

One of the better monthly events held in the neighborhood is the North End/Waterfront Residents’ Association’s Good Neighbor Award, that recognizes people and businesses for helping to keep the community clean on a continuous basis. NEWRA’s goal is to get as many people involved on a regular basis to help keep sidewalks and curbs...

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NEAA Baseball Registration Is Getting into Full Swing

Registration for our 2014 baseball season is underway. The NEAA is proud to sponsor baseball for boys and girls ages 4-21! Please go to neaabaseball.org to sign up. Here is a list of the programs: T-Ball (recommended ages 4 & 5 but will be flexible based on ability shown at the baseball field). This...

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Old North Church to Host “The Known Orchestra”

Old North Church to Host “The Known Orchestra”

The North End Music & Performing Arts Center & The Old North Church Foundation welcome “The Know Orchestra” this Friday, January 17th for a concert at 7:00p.m. as part of their January Winter Concert Series Event. The live concert will be held at the Old North Church. The Know Orchestra is a quartet of...

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Salem Street Vacant Lot Construction Supported by NEWRA/NEWNC

January 21, 2014
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Salem Street Vacant Lot Construction Supported by NEWRA/NEWNC

Now that the developer of the vacant lot at 124-126 Salem Street, Collin Yip has made most of the changes requested by residents at several public meetings, it appears that construction of a five-story building on the property will become a reality. The structure will contain residential units and retail space on the first...

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