June 2024 NEWNC Meeting

The Neighborhood Council will hold its monthly meeting Monday, June 10th at 7pm at the Nazzaro Center.

Voting items on the agenda:

  • 211-213 Hanover StreetMother Annas seeks new beer and wine license to replace transferred liquor license.
  • 358-364 Hanover Street – New Restaurant, Pappare, seeks a zoning variance to expand existing footprint of prior restaurant into office space.

Full agenda:

Patrick Mendoza released on bail

Patrick Mendoza, who has been held on charges stemming from a shooting on Hanover Street last July, was released on bail last week.

Mendoza turned himself in to police from a treatment facility on the Cape on 21 July after a nine day search for him following the shooting. At a dangerousness hearing in October, a Suffolk County Superior Court Judge ruled that he should remain behind bars until at least 1 May because he remained potential threat to society.

Big Day Boston - Downtown birding competition - returning to North End May 4th

Big Day Boston, the friendly downtown birding competition, is returning to Copp's Hill Terrace in Boston's North End, Saturday May 4th 2024.

Participants will compete to spot the most species of birds over a six hour period starting at 10am. All will receive a checklist to keep track of their sightings.

You can thank the Residents Association for blocking late-night falafel in the North End

Whether or not your 'thanks' is ironic probably depends...

The owners of Mood restaurant (Fatima and Mahmood Ibrahim - 115 Salem St) bowed to pressure from the Residents Association at a Tuesday night meeting and changed the closing time of their proposed Mediterranean takeout/dine-in place from 3am to midnight Thursday-Saturday. At the licensing hearing Wednesday, Mr Ibrahims explained that they were no longer seeking the 3am closing time after meeting with the Residents Association the night before.

NEW Health North End Honors Founder Elaine Wilson

On Thursday, March 21, NEW Health held a ceremony at its North End site to honor its founder and first CEO, Elaine Wilson. In 1971, Elaine and a small group of North End residents established the neighborhood’s first health center with the mission of delivering equitable, high-quality care to the community. Over the past 53 years, this mission has guided NEW Health’s growth in services, locations, and staff.