Blog Archives

Dr. Snider Retires From Health Center

March 12, 2014
By

Dr. Joel Snider, an internal medicine physician, who has served with EBNHC for over 35 years, has retired. I finally retired after 36.5 enjoyable years at EBNHC to pursue many mostly non-medical interests,  said Dr. Snider. Dr. Snider, a Cambridge resident began his career teaching primary care medicine at Boston City Hospital, now Boston...

Read more »

On the Cutting Edge: Latest Technology Available at EBNHC

March 5, 2014
By
On the Cutting Edge: Latest Technology Available at EBNHC

It has been a little over a year since Manny Lopes has taken over the reins from Jack Cradock as the East Boston Neighborhood Health Center’s (EBNHC) CEO. Over the past year Lopes has been focusing his efforts on getting the newest and best technology at the Health Center to streamline patient experience. In...

Read more »

BRA Say’s Boston’s Part of Greenway Connector Project May See a Delay

March 5, 2014
By
BRA Say’s Boston’s Part of Greenway Connector Project May See a Delay

While the Massport section of the East Boston Greenway Connector is moving along rapidly there may be some delay on the Boston section. At a Friends of the East Boston Greenway meeting last Thursday night, Boston Natural Areas Network Valerie Burns told members that they received word from the Boston Redevelopment Authority that there...

Read more »

Two Start Campaigning for Probate Post

March 5, 2014
By
Two Start Campaigning for Probate Post

Longtime East Boston resident John Sepulvada, as well as former At-Large City Councilor Felix Arroyo Sr. will be tossing their hats into the ring for the Suffolk County’s Register of Probate and Family Court seat. Sepulvada, who came to Eastie in 1982 from Colombia, has been hitting the pavement for the past couple of...

Read more »

DD Drive-thru Not Fully Supported: Draws Those Favoring and Opposing Plan for Bennington St. Location at OHNC Meeting

February 26, 2014
By
DD Drive-thru Not Fully Supported: Draws Those Favoring and Opposing Plan for Bennington St. Location at OHNC Meeting

Owners of the Dunkin Donuts on Bennington Street are planning a $550,000 renovation to the interior and exterior of the current 13,000 sq. ft. building and want to add a drive thru as an added amenity. Attorney for Dunkin Donuts, Jeff Drago, said the building would receive a new façade, stonework, new attractive lighting,...

Read more »

The Word Is Now out: Santarpio’s Pizza Receives High Award for Its Pizza

February 26, 2014
By
The Word Is Now out: Santarpio’s Pizza Receives High Award for Its Pizza

An online food magazine has told America what East Bostonians have known for decades—Santarpio’s Pizza has one of the best pies going in the U.S. In the Daily Meal’s annual ‘101 Best Pizzas in America’ list that was released last week named Santarpio’s #29 on their best pizza list. The Daily Meal named Santarpio’s...

Read more »

Police Beef up Patrols as Sexual Assaults Rise

February 26, 2014
By
Police Beef up Patrols as Sexual Assaults Rise

After three attacks on women last Monday that were sexual in nature, one Tuesday in Maverick Square and one on Friday Boston Police have beefed up patrols in the neighborhood. Police made an arrest on the assault that took place Tuesday in Maverick but are still investigating the incidents on Monday and Friday. District...

Read more »

Massports Donates $25K to Y’s Annual Campaign

February 18, 2014
By
Massports Donates $25K to Y’s Annual Campaign

Massport has kicked off the East Boston YMCA’s annual capital campaign efforts with a donation of $25,000. Massport’s CEO Thomas Glynn presented the check last Wednesday at the Y’s Ashley Street program. Last year, the YMCA raised well above their $140,000 goal during the annual ‘Reach Out for Youth’ campaign and breakfast. The campaign...

Read more »

Police Search for Suspect in Attacks

February 18, 2014
By

Three attacks on women in less than a four-hour time span Monday night in East Boston may be related according to police based on the description of the suspect by the victims, timing of the attacks and how the attacks took place. Boston Police detectives and Officers at District 7 police station in Eastie...

Read more »

Dr. Peter Ferrino, Community Leader, Dead at 99

February 13, 2014
By
Dr. Peter Ferrino, Community Leader, Dead at 99

Dr. Peter Ferrino, who practiced medicine in East Boston for nearly seven decades and was part of the fabric of the community has died. Dr. Ferrino died suddenly at his home in Winthrop three months shy of 100 birthday. Dr, Ferrino was born and raised in East Boston, the son of the late Josephine...

Read more »

Real Time Web Analytics - Buzz Stat