Monthly Archives: April 2014

Walsh at North End Chamber

Walsh at North End Chamber

Boston Mayor Marty Walsh speaks to the North End Chamber of Commerce and local officials

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Natural Gas Mains on Commercial St. Receiving Upgrade

National Grid has started upgrading natural gas mains along Commercial Street in the North End. The project, which began last year on Hanover Street, will now move to a second phase, as the energy company replaces 575 feet of natural gas main spanning from Greenough Lane to Battery Street. National Grid is upgrading the...

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Old North Foundation Needs Groups to Get Program Feedback

The Old North Foundation is looking for groups to participate in a 90-minute activity and discussion to get feedback on their new program. Sacred Seats. The foundation is embracing the untold stories of congregants to create an educational program for high school students that will go beyond the average lesson plan to highlight the...

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Running for a Cause: Danielle Russell to Cross Boston Marathon® Finish Line with Tedy’s Team April 21

Danielle Russell of the North End will be running the 118th Boston Marathon® on Tedy’s Team, led by former New England Patriots linebacker and stroke survivor, Tedy Bruschi. Russell will be running in honor of her father who is a stroke survivor. In 2010, Russell’s father suffered a severe stroke completely out of the...

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West End Museum Features a Trip Back in Time

Visiting the West End Museum is a trip back in time that examines the history and culture of the old neighborhood. The Museum is dedicated to the collection, preservation and interpretation of the once diverse community that simply went away during Urban Renewal in 1959. A permanent exhibit “The Last Tenement” highlights the immigration...

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two quick fixs needed

Once the weather finally warms up, the City of Boston needs to re-paint the North End crosswalks which are in horrendous condition. The many wires that are attracted to Hanover Street trees need to be taken off. The wires are destroying the trees and the power for the lighting is coming from city electrical...

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NEAA Soccer Awards Night Held

North End Athletic Association held awards night in the Nazzaro Community Center for its’ 2013 Youth Soccer Program. There were over 120 children who participated in the program this year. The soccer league was composed of boys and girls age 4 to 12.  They played on Saturday mornings from September to November. The league...

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