Monthly Archives: March 2014

AMORE Opera Concert by NEMPAC

AMORE Opera Concert by NEMPAC

Between the snow storms, a night of romantic opera music was the destination for the crowd at 3rd Annual AMORE Opera Concert, held on Valentine’s Day in Boston’s North End. Sponsored by NEMPAC and Old North Church, it was a romantic evening of arias, opera scenes and musical theatre celebrating the passions, delights and...

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Regina Pizzeria, a Local Hot Spot since 1926

Regina Pizzeria, a Local Hot Spot since 1926

An online food magazine has told America what North Enders have known for decades—the neighborhood has some of the best pizzas going in the U.S. In the Daily Meal’s annual ‘101 Best Pizzas in America’ list that was released last week named Pizzeria Regina #22 and Galleria Umberto #85 on their best pizza list....

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Historic Boston Project Includes North End

March 3, 2014
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A public hearing was held by the City of Boston Public Works Department to discuss the proposed Connect Historic Boston Project that is being funded through a Federal Highway Administration Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) grant. The purpose of this hearing was to provide the public with the opportunity to become acquainted with...

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Boston Police North End Public Meeting May 6

March 3, 2014
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The District A-1 Boston Police North End Public Safety monthly meeting is scheduled for this Thursday, March 6 at 6:30 PM in the Nazzaro Community Center, 30 North Bennet Street. These monthly meetings offer residents the opportunity to make suggestions, express opinions and relate concerns to police on a first hand basis. Police will...

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2 A.M. Closure on NEWNC Agenda

March 3, 2014
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One of the agenda items on this coming Monday’s North End/Waterfront Neighborhood Council monthly meeting is a request for a 2 AM closing hour and Goody Glover’s 48-50 Salem Street. The Council will discuss and possibly vote on three other requests including constructing a five-story building on Endicott Street, a retail wine and malt...

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Making It Easier to Carry Mace… That Is the Question

Channel 7 recently conducted a survey asking the question, “Should it be easier for Massachusetts residents to get licenses for mace?” The question was raised based on several alleged sexual assaults widely publicize by the media. Changing how to be able to carry mace, laws need to be dealt with by the state legislature...

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Casinos Will Bolster the Economy

Anti Casino groups have filed a request to place a referendum on the 2014 ballot prohibiting gambling in Massachusetts. The Secretary of State has approved the request that will pose the casino question on a statewide level. Opponents have managed to get several religious organizations on their bandwagon preaching no casinos. Unless we’ve missed...

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