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Life is Good

Life is Good

In partnership with Life Is Good, Greg Grady Sr. and his son sculpted a giant Adirondack chair and beach ball out of snow in the middle of Dewey Square.

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North End Attorney Selected: To Serve on ONE in 3 Council

March 25, 2015
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North End Attorney Selected: To Serve on ONE in 3 Council

Harris Street resident Jessica Lucia Frattaroli, a graduate of Boston College and Boston College Law School, has been named to serve on Mayor Martin J. Walsh’s ONEin3 Council. Frattaroli, a member of the Massachusetts Bar will be working with other members on city projects aimed at maximizing the talents of Boston’s 20-34-year-old demographic, which...

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Representative Aaron Michlewitz Addresses NEWRA on Legislation

March 25, 2015
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State Representative Aaron Michlewitz was one of three guest speakers at the North End/Waterfront Residents’ Association (NEWRA) monthly meeting held in the Nazzaro Community Center. Michlewitz the newly appointed, chairman of the Joint Committee on Financial Services, discussed his upcoming legislation agenda, which includes regulation and tax issue concerns with short-term residential rentals, a...

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NEWRA Supports Banning Parking Savers

At its last monthly meeting, the North End/Waterfront Residents’ Association (NEWRA) supported a proposal banning winter parking space savers presented by the Alliance of the Downtown Civic Association (ADCA). The plan to stop this way of saving parking spaces during winter ice and snow conditions, has already made its way to City Hall, where...

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DPW Outlines Bridge Project at NEWRA Meeting

March 25, 2015
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Department of Public Works (DPW) reviewed plans to renovate the North Washington Bridge at the North End/Waterfront Residents’ Association (NEWRA) monthly meeting held in the Nazzaro Community Center.  Commonly known as the Charlestown Bridge is slated for major repairs and renovations in the near future. DPW representative said, “The key aspect of the new...

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NEWRA Votes to Ban Parking Space Savers

NEWRA Votes to Ban Parking Space Savers

The North End / Waterfront Residents’ Association (NEWRA) voted 25-7 to sign on to the list of neighborhood groups supporting a ban on parking space savers in downtown Boston. The resolution extends the ban currently effective in the South End that prohibits putting out chairs, cones and other objects to reserve spaces after shoveling...

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Old North Church 240th Annual Lantern Ceremony

Old North Church 240th Annual Lantern Ceremony

The 240th Annual Lantern Ceremony on Sunday, April 19, 2015 at the Old North Church. On April 18, 1775, two lanterns were hung from the steeple of the Old North Church, launching what would become the American Revolutionary War. Signaling the departure of British regulars “by sea,” the two lanterns have come to represent...

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State’s Snow and Ice Removal Cost Almost $130 million

March 17, 2015
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The long winter snowfall cost the state to run $22 million over budget. Nearly $130 million was spent by the state on snow and ice cost during record accumulation. Cost reportedly was at $129.3 million. The state used 6000,000 tons of salt this winter, twice the state’s storage capacity. House lawmakers, last week included...

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Boston Public Market Set to Open This Summer

March 17, 2015
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Boston Public Market Set to Open This Summer

This summer, the Boston Public Market will open its doors to the long awaited year-round service with over 40 local venders. Staff are busy finalizing design details, developing hands on cooking classes and the marketplace cement floor has been laid. Vendors are preparing for the market, seeds have been ordered, new green houses being...

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Abstract Art

Abstract Art

The 2014 abstract sculpture, located on the Greenway, will be reconfigured this year.

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