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Conti Honored at National Night Out at Prado

Conti Honored at National Night Out at Prado

Matt Conti, a North End resident and founder of NorthEndWaterfront.com, was honored by District A-1 Boston Police for his outstanding community service, at National Night Out, held in Paul Revere Mall (Prado).

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Keeping the Streets Clean

Keeping the Streets Clean

The North End neighborhood hokey team from Public Works Department, Ted Williams & Patrick Kelly are making sure the community streets are clean and attractive. Be sure to say hello to these city employees who are providing a necessary service to the community.

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ADCO Calls for AirBnB Measures that Protect Neighborhoods

By Phil Orlandella The North End/Waterfront Residents’ Association (NEWRA) is a member of the Alliance of Downtown Civic Organizations (ADCO) that was formed in 2014 to represent the interests of residents in matters of urban planning and protection of residential quality and to unify the collective voices of the neighborhood associations representing the area....

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North End Family Pride Day Set for Sept 16

By Phil Orlandella The extremely popular and well attended North End Against Drugs (NEAD) Family Pride Day held at Langone Park on Commercial Street is scheduled for Saturday, September 16 from 12 noon to 4:30 p.m. NEAD has set up numerous events and activities for both young and older participants to do and/or enjoy....

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Fake Monks Soliciting in the North End Not Well Received by Residents

by Phil Orlandella Action taken to remove the apparently fake monks from soliciting money from visitors to the North End and residents is currently underway and some say it’s working. Spearheaded by North End/Waterfront Neighborhood Council (NEWNC) Tania Green, posters have been placed throughout the neighborhood wanting people of the harassment and continuous pursuit...

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12 North End Restaurants Participating in Dine Out Boston

By Phil Orlandella Twelve North End eateries are participating in the 2017 Dine Out Boston program that is celebrating its 16th year of providing diners an opportunity to enjoy the North End’s unique historic atmosphere and restauranteurs a chance to bring in new customers. Formally, Restaurant Week, over 150 restaurants are taking part in...

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In Brief

By Phil Orlandella Farm Press Boston Campaign City officials kicked off “Farm Fresh Boston” an annual campaign by the Boston Public Health Commission and the Mayor’s Office of Food Access aimed at raising awareness that affordable locally-grown produce is available at 24 farmers markets located all around the city. Now in its second year,...

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Upcoming Events Along the Greenway

Along the length of The Greenway, there are 400+ free events each year, from fitness classes to markets to concerts to film series. The Greenway’s busy season continues in August and September, with many events in the North End parks. Major upcoming events include Boston Cares Block Party (8/24) and the Carnival of Dogs...

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BPL Wins the Boston Preservation Alliance Preservation Award

Boston Public Library and a conservation team led by Gianfranco Pocobene have won the Preservation Achievement Award for its restoration of Pierre Puvis de Chavannes’ Philosophy mural panel from the Boston Preservation Alliance, Boston’s primary nonprofit advocacy organization that protects and promotes the use of historic buildings and landscapes. The Library’s McKim building at...

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News from the August Public Safety Meeting

By David Marx Boston Police District A-1 provided an update on recent neighborhood crime incidents, summarized below, at the August 2017 North End Public Safety Meeting. The overall number of reported crime incidents in Boston District A-1 was up 2% year-to-date. Here is a rundown of July 2017 crimes relevant to the North End...

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