Archive for March, 2018

North End Students Capture 1st and 2nd in Spelling Bee

March 30, 2018
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North End Students Capture 1st and 2nd in Spelling Bee

Two students from the North End finished first and second in the recent Boston Center for Youth and Families (BCYF) Citywide Spelling Bee, sponsored by the Boston Bruins Foundation. Mira Yu (12) a seventh grade Boston Latin School student took first place and will go on to the Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington,...
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MassDOT Approves $177 Million for North Washington Street Bridge Construction

March 30, 2018
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MassDOT Approves $177 Million for North Washington Street Bridge Construction

A $177 million construction contract to replace the North Washington Street Bridge between the North End and Charlestown has been approved by MassDOT. Work related activities including utility work are currently expected to begin this spring and construction operations will start in the fall of 2018 when traffic logistics like lane reductions will be...
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NEWNC Opposes Beer and Wine License

March 30, 2018
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Besides the usual committee reports, the North End/Waterfront Neighborhood Council (NEWNC) voted on two requests. Two guest speakers address the North Square Redesign project and the signage project along the Harbor Walk. Council members voted to deny a request by Scire Fruit, Go Bananas, 64 Salem Street for a new malt and wine package...
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NEWNC Annual Election Scheduled for Saturday, May 19

March 30, 2018
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On Saturday, May 19, the North End/Waterfront Neighborhood Council (NEWNC) will hold its annual election to select six members of the twelve-member Council. Candidates must be 18 years old, a resident and must secure 40 signatures on a nomination paper to be eligible to be placed on the ballot, which will be drawn by...
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Old North Holds Annual Lantern Ceremony

March 30, 2018
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Relive the Night that Launched the Revolution, the 243rd Lantern Ceremony will be hosted by the Old North Foundation at the historic Old North Church. Step into the past as the Old North honors and celebrates the night of April 18, 1775 on Sunday, April 5 the at 8 PM. Proceeds from the Lantern...
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North End Library Programs

EVENTS FOR ADULTS Friday Films: “And the Oscar Went to…” Friday    April   6     2 pm   Mrs. Miniver (1942 / 134 mins) Friday    April 13     2 pm    All the King’s Men (1949 / 110 mins) Friday    April 20     1 pm*   Sound of Music (1965 / 105 mins) Friday    April 27     2 pm   How Green Was...
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RUFF Holds Dog Registration/April 7

March 30, 2018
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Responsible Urbanites For Fido (RUFF) has announced that dog licensing will be held in the dog park located in the Gassy on the second level on Saturday, April 7 from 11 AM to 1 PM. It is required by the City of Boston and RUFF to have your dog licensed in order to use...
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North End Rehab and Help Care Center Addresses NSC

March 30, 2018
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Edmond Cormier of the North End Rehabilitation and Health Care Center visited the North End/West End Service Center (NSC) to meet and answer questions about the facilities and the programs and services they provide. Cormier gave a thorough overview of shots days versus long-term along with the activities and healthcare services at the facility....
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Friends of NE Library Hold Spring Fling

March 30, 2018
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This year’s Friends of the North End Library’s annual spring fling was held at the Living Room, 101 Atlantic Avenue on March 22 from 6:30 to 9 p.m. Attendees enjoyed appetizers and music with their friends and neighbors. The benefit event was well attended as usual and everyone enjoyed the special event.             Throughout...
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Unique Kitchens Showcased on Creative Kitchens Tour April 7

When her spouse suggested moving to a home with an elevator, a Beacon Hill lover of cooking and antiques replied in no uncertain terms that she was not moving anywhere unless she could bring her kitchen table with her. Which was no small thing because the table is a long and heavy 9-foot 3-inch...
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