Monthly Archives: June 2014

Best Ever Baseball Event

It was the biggest and best one day baseball program ever held in the North End, coupled with a family day barbecue. Members of the North End Athletic Association (NEAA) coordinated a great and fun filled day for players, families, friends and neighbors at Langone Field on Commercial Street. An estimated 400 people participated...

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NEAA T-ball Program a Hit For 4 and 5 Year Olds

NEAA T-ball Program a Hit For 4 and 5 Year Olds

Pictured are some of the North End children participating in the North End Athletic Association T-Ball program for 4 and 5 year old boys and girls that is underway at Langone Field. The program, sponsored by the NEAA and is coordinated each week by Jim Carey and several volunteer Dads who coach with him....

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Vendors/Public Market Talking Apples and Oranges

June 3, 2014
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Based on several community and other public meetings, most people have the understanding the 184 year-old Haymarket Pushcart vendors and the nonprofit Boston Market Place have already worked out a formal memorandum of understanding outlining what each will see, where they’ll purchase the products and set up areas. Reportedly, the Boston Public Market will...

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North End Chamber Meeting, Today, June 3

June 3, 2014
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The North End Chamber of Commerce has some new changes in the making and information on new programs for its members that will be presented at today’s Tuesday, June 3 meeting being held at Saint Leonard’s Church Hall, 35 Prince Street at 3:30pm according to Vice-President Toni Gilardi who will chair the business related...

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Sidewalk Repairs Now a City Priority

Apparently, Mayor Walsh’s administration has launched a massive survey of the condition of approximately 1,700 miles of sidewalks throughout the city. It took a Herald review to point out the problem of heaving sloping, cracked concrete, brick and cobblestone responsible for dozens of payouts to people who have fallen to get the ball rolling....

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North End Public Safety Meeting June 5

June 3, 2014
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The District A-1 Boston Police North End Public Safety monthly meeting will be held this Thursday evening, June 5 at 6:30pm in the Nazzaro Community Center, 30 North Bennet Street. Police will report on crime statistics that have taken place over the past thirty days and compare them to the same time period from...

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NE Chamber Makes Structural Changes

June 3, 2014
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Some changes to the structure of the North End Chamber of Commerce have been made, according to an email issued by the business group. NECC has moved to a virtual Chamber that will focus on the use of social media and email as a communication method for its members. Entering the busy season the...

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Petrucelli Spearheads Bill to Strengthen Labor and Workforce Development

Senator Anthony Petrucelli, whose district includes the North End/Waterfront, championed passage of legislation intended to strengthen the laws related to labor and workforce development in the Commonwealth. The legislation amends Massachusetts law providing basic workplace protection for domestic workers through a transparent and inclusive set of laws necessary to protect this valuable workforce from...

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NEBC Deserved Newra Recognition

Keeping the North End clean and beautiful has been an ongoing process by the North End Beautification Committee (NEBC) for several years now. The all volunteer community organization has managed to provide many related programs and projects geared toward a pleasing look to the neighborhood. NEBC was recently presented the North End/Waterfront Residents’ Association...

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Cardinals Beat the Cubs 6 to 2

Nico Lacolla pitched three strong innings a couple that were one, two three. He gave up one run  had 4 strike outs.  Fran Rubino pitched the last three giving up only one run  recording 4 strike outs. Teto Santaniello went 3 for 4.  John D’amico, Fran Rubino, Nico Lacolla, all had at least one...

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