BPDNews: Suspect arrested in keying cars on Paris Street


State Police arrest woman for erratic behavior near Maverick Sq.

For its Covid19 Efforts, Salesian Boys & Girls Club Receives Funding from Grubhub

Edwards to speak on her charter amendment proposal on Thursday

Cannabis process inquitable

Eastie goes to pot! Second city cannabis retailer

Latest: Boston to Fund More Coronavirus Outreach to Hard-Hit Latinx Community

Gated Herald: Boston Latinos seeing more coronavirus infections: Walsh

WAPO: A great war bride story; From Japan to East Boston


It's great to have Nina back home!

Nina's COVID story: Worth a read

In East Boston. Trouble paying the rent

News from the Library: You can pick up books at the branch library.

Deal Done: EBNHC South End merger complete

Universal Hub: Shots fired Friday afternoon on Lexington Street

WGBH: East Boston residents fear evictions

Random Eastie: Front Window of The Quiet Few

quiet few

Howard Husock: A defense of Columbus; Let the statues stand

Boston Foundation: "Blue Line ridership has declined less than any other subway line during the pandemic, likely due in part to the high number of frontline workers living in East Boston and Revere who are dependent on the line."

Just asking: Is the Columbus Day Parade History?


WBZ: Beheaded Columbus Statue To Be Removed From North End

RIP: Michael Laurano, East Boston's self-styled historian

Obituary for Michael Laurano

Mutual Aid Eastie: Helping to feed the neighborhood

Anyone can now get a COVID-19 test at the East Boston Neighborhood Health Center

EBNHC is now able to test anyone who wants to be tested for COVID-19. Even if you do not have symptoms, or if you are not an EBNHC patient, you can still get tested. Call 617-569-5800 to schedule.

Latest on COVID-19 from CBS-Boston

State tax filing delayed: July 15

Resources: Boston Resiliency Fund

What's up Eastie: EB Coronavirus Information




From the history archives: "The Battle of Chelsea Creek and Noddles Island" by Michael Laurano


From the archives: Who remembers Delma's Donuts?