North End

By - 7/28/15 - 12:09 pm
Wanted for ATM skimming in Boston's North End

Boston Police have released photos of a man they think is using a "skimmer" to harvest ATM information in the North End, which he then uses to make cash withdrawals from his victim's accounts.

Police say he made off with $10,000 in withdrawals from one account last month.

Skimmers are devices that are fitted over ATM card readers that can scan magnetic-strip information.

By - 7/22/15 - 12:12 pm

Historic New England has release the final documentary in Justin Goodstein's series about the long-running market as part of its Haymarket Project.

By - 7/18/15 - 10:31 am

Before he died last year, Thomas Lang, former director of photographic services at the MFA, posted several hundred photos of North End religious processions in the mid1970s.

Via NorthEndWaterfront.com.

By - 7/14/15 - 11:38 am

Charlene McBride asks:

Any decent kid-friendly restaurants near Back Bay, Downtown or the North End?

By - 7/9/15 - 10:55 am

The Supreme Judicial Court ruled today that Louis Costa deserves the chance to convince a judge he should have a chance at parole for the 1986 execution-style murder of two men in a North End park because he was only 16 at the time. Read more.

By - 7/3/15 - 11:26 pm
Sinkhole in the North End

A concerned citizen notes this cone-swallowing sinkhole on Parmenter Street in the North End. Maybe somebody in Dorchester could help.

By - 6/30/15 - 2:52 pm
Defaced Christopher Columbus statue in the North End

Matt Conti at NorthEndWaterfront.com forwarded this photo of the defacement of the Christopher Columbus statue in Columbus Park some time last night.

By noon today, the paint and message were completely gone after a thorough power washing by a city crew.

Over the years, the statue has been marked up by people with a point to make - once, the statue was even decapitated.

By - 6/24/15 - 8:36 pm
Bird on a light in Boston Harbor

Spotted this small seabird today on the harbor side of the North Washington Street bridge. Anybody know what kind of bird it is?

By - 6/14/15 - 6:52 pm

The Swellesley Report reports on an on-field tribute to Connor Darcey, one of the two men who died in a rollover at Commercial and Charter streets.

By - 6/12/15 - 5:31 am

Stanley Staco reports it happened around 3 a.m. at Commercial and Charter streets. A third person was taken to the hospital in bad shape. WCVB reports a BMW convertible rolled over. Read more.

By - 5/31/15 - 5:42 pm
Pouring rain in South Boston

Eileen Murphy shows us the pouring rain in South Boston this afternoon.

Around 5:30 p.m., Dana Worby-Robinson reported: Read more.

By - 5/27/15 - 5:22 pm

The Boston Licensing Board decides tomorrow whether to grant permission for a new pizza place on Hanover Street that would replace the flower store that replaced an old pizza place. Read more.

By - 5/24/15 - 3:32 pm

Boston Police report arresting a Somerville man in connection with last night's home invasion at 77 Endicott St. Three other men remain at large. Read more.

By - 5/24/15 - 12:20 am

UPDATE: One suspect arrested. Also changed some of the details in this post based on the police report.

Shortly before midnight, four men - one armed with a shotgun and one with a knife - broke into an apartment on Endicott Street near Cooper. The gunman fired his shotgun; the occupant was not hit.

Three of the men were described as black, wearing dark clothes. One was white, in his 20s, wearing a dark gray hoodie.

By - 5/21/15 - 3:44 pm

The Globe reports the chain, which started in the North End, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.

By - 5/16/15 - 7:39 am

The Boston Fire Department responded around 7 a.m. to a roof fire at 22 Hull St. for a roof fire.

The cause of the fire, quickly doused, is under investigation.

By - 5/15/15 - 10:12 am
Charlestown

JB Parrett shows us the color change at the normally black Charlestown Bridge at sunset.

By - 5/6/15 - 5:07 pm
Cottone, LaMattina and Pressley

LaMattina pats Cottone on the back as Pressley reads proclamation.

The City Council today formally honored Officer Shana Cottone who stopped her car while driving home through the North End on April 14 to rush through an occupied building next to one that had erupted in flames to get residents out. Read more.

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