Editorials

How We’re Investing in Our Boston Public Schools

By Mayor Martin J. Walsh Education provides a solid foundation for a growing and thriving city. An investment in our children’s education is an investment in Boston’s future. We want the best future possible for our kids, and their school days filled with opportunity, growth, and promise. That’s why we’re going to invest a...

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From Our Readers

Dear Patients and Community Members, It is very important for all in this community to know they should not be afraid to seek medical services at EBNHC. Since we opened our doors in 1970, our mission has been to provide easily accessible, affordable, high-quality care, for ALL who live and work in our surrounding...

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Opinion

By Phil Orlandella Bruins Alumni raise funds for NEAA The North End Athletic Association (NEAA), along with Boston Children’s Hospital were the beneficiaries of a hockey game between the Boston Bruins Alumni and the Boston Strong All Stars Team game held at Steriti Skating Rink in the North End. It was a great event...

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Find Some Time for Neighborhood Clean-Up

North End/Waterfront residents should be gearing up to participate in the City of Boston’s “Love Your Block” clean-up of the community next week starting at the Paul Revere Mall (Prado) on April 29. This is a great opportunity to help make the neighborhood clean and beautiful, while giving something back to the community in...

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Volunteers Can Make A Difference

Not too often do volunteers, that help out with the numerous organizations, receive the recognition they truly deserve for giving some of their precious time to create a better community for North End residents. Whether it’s working with youth, teens, adults, seniors or the general public, volunteers make a huge difference in the neighborhood’s...

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Our Transportation Plan: Go Boston 2030

By Mayor Martin J. Walsh On any given day at any given time, I can look outside my window at City Hall and see our streets alive and bustling. From tourists crossing the street to Faneuil Hall to the cars waiting at the intersection, the Government Center T-stop in City Hall Plaza and the...

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Opinion

By Phil Orlandella Making exemptions for one developer could present problems Changing a law to provide an exemption for one project has the potential of establishing an adverse and dangerous precedent that could haunt Boston neighborhoods in the future. That’s exactly what Mayor Martin J. Walsh is attempting to accomplish with lawmakers for the...

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Boston Ranked National Leader in Public Health

Boston has received the highest ranking in a two-year analysis of US cities, compiled by the Boston Public Health Commission, an independent public agency. The country’s oldest department, looked at health policies in place to help communities thrive and residents live healthier lives. Boston was among five cities to receive the overall gold medal,...

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The Greenway Should be Supported in Every Way Possible

Once upon-a-time, the North End had its own ugly Green Monster (Central Artery) that separated the neighborhood from the rest of the city. Then, the Big Dig came along and removed the metal structure and the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway was born creating much-needed open spaces for several communities and thousands of visitors. Under...

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Opinion

By Phil Orlandella   Boston Barber Company celebrate its 10th anniversary Boston Barber and Tattoo Company, a popular business located on Salem Street recently celebrated its 10th anniversary of doing business on Salem Street. Owned and operated by local resident Bob Dello Russo, the business has professional staff located in a modern atmosphere. Boston...

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