Author: Phil Orlandella

Cutillo Park Finally Opened

Without any formal ceremony the long-awaited opening of Cutillo Park on Stillman Street, North End has finally opened for the public to enjoy. Reportedly, weather conditions and contractor problems delayed Boston Parks and Recreation Department from opening the park gates.…

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Old North Designated Site of Conscience Last year, the Old North Church and Historic Site was designated as a Site of Conscience by the International Coalition of Sites and Conscience (ICSC). Founded in 1991, the ICSC is the only global…

Six Residents Win Seats on NEWNC

Like many past North End/Waterfront Neighborhood Council (NEWNC) elections, history repeated itself with not enough candidates filing nomination papers to qualify for a spot on the ballot to conduct a competitive race for the six seats open in 2024.              …

NEWNC Upcoming Election

This Saturday, May 18 the North End/Waterfront Neighborhood Council (NEWNC) will conduct its annual election for six seats on the Council. The Nazzaro Community Center, 30 North Bennet Street is the voting site, open from 10am to 2pm. Community residents…

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Outdoor Street Dining Still Not on the Menu Still upset about not being able to provide outdoor street dining in the North End, restaurant owners staged another rally to gather support for their endeavor to have Mayor Michelle Wu reverse…