Notable News: North Ender Heals After Marathon, Jumpstarting the Waterfront, Townhouse Sells and Easter’s Pizza Chiena

Haven’t had much time to surf the web for the North End / Waterfront news this past week? Not to worry – we have...

Easter Egg Hunt at Christophehr Columbus Park on Friday, April 18th

Easter Egg Hunt in the Park Friday, April 18th at 10:00am A Free Easter Egg Hunt for kids will be held at Christopher...
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See it larger. The BPL's main library in Copley Square currently has an exhibit (in the old, McKim wing) of memorials left...
North End Regional Review

Library Garden Committee Receives Newra Award

Friends of the North End Library Garden Committee has been selected as the winner of the North and/Waterfront Residents’...
North End Regional Review

NEWRA Votes down 2 A.M. Closure

As expected, based on their policy not to support any business hour expansion after 12am, the North End/Waterfront Residents’...
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Obituary: Joseph C. Cataldo

CATALDO, Joseph C. Of Bostons North End, April 12th. Beloved husband of Annette (Manzo). Devoted father of Joseph A. Cataldo...
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City looks to re-open Northern Avenue Bridge to cars

The bridge in 1930. See it larger. The Globe reports the city is looking to ramp up the waterfront from the North End to...
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North End assault charges dropped

Sexual assault charges stemming from a February incident were dropped today after officials determined that a North End man...
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Prosecutors drop North End sex assault charge, citing new evidence

Citing new evidence, Suffolk County prosecutors have dropped charges against a North End man arrested last month for a February...
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Top 5 Restaurants for New Romance

Here's where to sate and date.
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Police release footage of 'person of interest' in North End indecent assault

Police on Tuesday released video footage of a man sought in connection with an indecent assault on March 16 in the North...
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John Larkin, 98; former FBI agent played key role in cracking Brink's case

Wearing his trench coat and fedora, Boston FBI agent John Larkin helped crack the biggest robbery in American history days...
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Roy Greene is a Boston Globe assistant metro editor and editor of this North End site.