Author: Phil Orlandella

In Brief

Faneuil Hall Costume Pet Parade A Faneuil Hall Pet Parade will be held on Saturday, October 20, starting at 12 p.m. with a parade and continuing right into a costume contest. RUFF has coordinated this early Halloween event that will…

Opinion

Governor Baker              should be re-elected Re-electing Governor Charlie Baker to another four-year term would be a good thing for Massachusetts. He has proven to be a solid leader and works extremely hard to make the state safe and the economy…

Boston Early Voting Website Launched

Ensuring all voters are able to vote conveniently and on their own schedule, election officials have launched the “Vote Early Boston” website (boston.gov/early-voting), which provides important information regarding the City of Boston early voting initiative. Starting on Monday, Oct. 22,…

‘Memorize Best’ at NBSS

Friends of the North End Library and North Bennet Street School will sponsor a free program entitled “Memorize Best” a presentation by the renowned Neil A. Kuten. In this two hour program, Kuten teaches people memory techniques that work with…

NEWRA Good Neighbor Peter Baldassari

North End/Waterfront Residents’ Association (NEWRA) Good Neighbor Award winner, Peter Baldassari frequently sweeps the sidewalk and curb on Hanover and Battery Streets. “Peter cleans and sweeps so thoroughly all the time,” NEWRA member and Good Neighbor Committee Chair Janet Gilardi…

In Brief

Christopher Columbus Park celebrates Fall Festival Oct. 13 Friends of Christopher Columbus Park’s annual Fall Festival is a free neighborhood event, which draws people of all ages from across the city and surrounding suburbs each year.  This year fun event…

Opinion

CARNIVAL OF DOGS A HOWLING SUCCESS This year’s TD Bank Carnival of Dogs, held in the North End side of The Greenway, was a howling success. Throughout the morning and afternoon, the park was filled with pets and their owners…