North End

In the North End, somebody takes passive-aggressiveness to the next level with a printed sign offers up one resident's tale of a parking bully.

Bully Vandalizes and Defaces Car to Scare Resident Out of Parking Spot

A North End resident sends in this story and warning about a bully that vandalized their car and defaced it with a large orange sticker in an attempt to scare them out of a residential street parking spot. The victim has reported the incident […]

Old North Church 2015 Gala and “Italian Getaway” Raffle

Old North Church 2015 Gala Spring Forward The family and friends of the Old North Church invite you to join them for their 2015 fund raising Gala “SPRING FORWARD” on Thursday, March 19th, from 6 to 9pm, at Filippo’s Ristorante, […]
North End

City: Can't sweep streets with all that snow and ice out there

Boston's DPW announced today it's holding off on the annual re-start of street sweeping until after "streets are cleared to the curb and gutters are free of ice and snow." Fans of cleaner streets in the North End, the South End and Beacon Hill, where street sweeping normally starts in March, will have to wait for "a thaw and large scale melting," the department said, adding that also means daytime parking restrictions will not apply there, either. The DPW says it will send out notices when the streets are fit to sweep
North End Regional Review

Park Improvements

A community meeting regarding improvements to the North End parks will be held by the Greenway Conservancy on Wednesday, February 25 at 6:30pm in the Nazzaro Community Center, 30 North Bennet Street. Information will also be provided on programs being offered in the parks in 2015 and a briefing on six parcels of land that will come under the Greenway’s care this year.
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Roy Greene is a Boston Globe assistant metro editor and editor of this North End site.